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  • MENAI INDOOR SPORTS CENTRE

    FUTSAL HANDBOOK

    By entering the competition all players agree to abide by all competition rules. All rules not outlined in this booklet will be referred to FIFA / Futsal laws of the game.

  • INDEX

    Teams and players…………………………….….…...Page 1

    Player requirements…………………………..…...…..Page 1

    Player equipment…………………………….….…….Page 2

    The duration of the match………………….…....….…Page 3

    Starting time…………………………….…….….……Page 3

    Forfeits………………..……………………...….…….Page 3

    Penalties…………………………………….…….…...Page 3

    Competition points……………………………….…....Page 3

    Age chart………………………………….….…..…....Page 3

    Hot weather policy……………………….……..….….Page 4

    Risk warning………………………….…..…….……..Page 5

    Coaches code of ethics….………….…….……..…......Page 6

    Spectator code of behaviour …….….…….……...…..Page 7

    General Code of behaviour ………….…….…...….....Page 8

    Code of conduct summery………….….…….……... ..Page 9

    Player code of conduct signatures form….……….….. Page 10 This form must be completed and returned to competition staff before round one.

  • TEAMS AND PLAYERS

    A team must consist of a minimum of five ( 5 ) registered players. A match is played by two teams, each consisting of no more than five ( 5 ) players on the court, one of whom is the goalkeeper.

    At the start of a match, a team must have a minimum of three ( 3 ) players registered on the team nomination form on the court of which one must be the goalkeeper. Teams are allowed to borrow maximum one ( 1 ) registered player under the following circumstances: If a team can only field three ( 3 ) players on the court, then one ( 1 ) registered player maximum can be borrowed making a total of four (4) players on the court. Teams cannot borrow other registered players if there are already four ( 4 ) or more registered players on the court.

    Teams are allowed to borrow players from the same division or lower. No borrowing players for finals games. If, in the event of players being sent off, if fewer than three ( 3 ) players (including the goalkeeper) are left in either of the teams, the match must be abandoned and a win awarded to the opposition team. If a team has to withdraw from the competition for any reason including expulsion due to misconduct the competition fee in full is surrendered. Competition fees not paid by due date may result in matches being a forfeit. (Competition staff must be consulted if teams have issues paying the fee’s in full before due date).

    PLAYER REQUIREMENTS Any player participating unregistered is playing at their own risk and the game will be registered as a forfeit loss . All players must be registered and financial before playing through Futsal NSW for insurance purposes.

    In the case of a player starting late in the season, he/she must register before entering the playing court.

    No player is allowed to play for two ( 2 ) teams in the same division.

    A player must play at least 50% of games to be eligible to play in any finals games.

    Any player deemed to be under the influence of alcohol or any other substance that may impair their judgement, will be directed to leave the court immediately and take no further part in the game.

    Swearing on court will not be tolerated (be it at another player, referee or at oneself). Any coach, player or spectator behaving antisocially will be asked to leave (refer to code of behaviour). This could have a penalising affect on their team or team they are associated with. All players will abide fully with this document (MENAI INDOOR SPORTS CENTRE FUTSAL HANDBOOK) and all codes of behaviour in full. These rules and regulations are applied by competition management and staff. Referees facilitate game play and report incidents. All disputes must be conveyed to competition staff via team manager or team captain.

    Competition management decisions are final!

    Page 1

  • PLAYER EQUIPMENT

    Safety A player must not use equipment or wear anything which is dangerous to themselves or another player, including any kind of jewellery. The referee’s decision on players in violation of safety concerns is final.

    Basic Equipment The basic compulsory equipment of a player is:

     All players are to be in identical tops with numbers. (no singlets)  All tops must be individually numbered and must not have the same numbers.  Numbers are to be ironed, sewn, printed or glued on. Pins, pen, texta or tape numbers will not be

    accepted.  The numbers must be placed in the same place on all shirts (keeper excluded)  All numbers are to be of the same size and can not be smaller then 5 cm.  Each player must have his/her own top. (no singlets)  Long or short sleeves will be accepted only if the top is of identical colour and design.

    By the third ( 3rd ) round of the competition, all players are to be in correct uniform. Tops with individual names on the back will be permitted, providing they are a part of a team set.

    Foot wear  Any type of non marking runners, sneakers, or indoor soccer shoes may be worn.  Sandals, thongs, shoes, socks or bare feet will not be permitted.  No headwear is to be worn on court by any player.

    Eye wear Contact lenses are preferred or approved sport glasses are permitted.

    Shin guards Shin guards must be worn by all players for the duration of the game. Any player not wearing shin guards will not be permitted to play.

     Shin guards must be covered entirely by the socks.  Must be made of a suitable material (rubber, plastic or similar substances)  Provide a reasonable degree of protection.

    Infringements

    The player at fault is instructed by the referee to leave the pitch to correct his/her equipment or to obtain any missing items of equipment. The player may not return to the pitch without first reporting to the referee, who then checks that the player’s equipment is now correct. The player is only allowed to re-enter the match when the ball is out of play.

    Page 2

  • The duration of the match The Match lasts two equal periods of seventeen ( 17 ) minutes (adults) and thirteen ( 13 ) minutes (juniors). Subject to change. The duration of either half may be prolonged to enable a penalty kick to be taken. The half time interval must not exceed five ( 5 ) minutes. (Penalty kick time to be taken from interval). In the case of a finals game ending in a draw, there will be an extra ten ( 10 ) minutes (five minutes each way) added to the game. In the event scores are still tied at the end of extra time, a penalty shoot out will take place until a winner is determined. Unlimited substitutions.

    Starting time

    Each game will begin on designated time as per draw. Teams must be ready (team sheet filled in) and minimum three ( 3 ) players must take the court at the commencement of the game.

    Players being late for the game , must be ready to take the court no later than the beginning of the second half.

    Forfeits

    You as a team have committed to playing the whole season and therefore are not expected to forfeit any games. A team being more than five minutes late will be given a forfeit loss. Forfeiting without 24 hours notice will result in the lose of a point Forfeit win (3 points) will be given to the team present.

    Registration fee must be paid by each player in each team. Any players introduced to a team late in the season must pay their registration fee before they enter the court. Registration Fees can not be transferred from player to player. Registrations are made on line at “Myfootballclub”

    Competition team fees must be paid in full before the due date. Non compliance may result in forfeits until the outstanding fees are finalised. Competition staff must be consulted if teams have issues paying the fees in full before due date.

    Penalties

     One ( 1 ) Red card = two ( 2 ) weeks suspension. ( Pending referee report , more weeks may apply ).  Two ( 2 ) Yellow cards in a game = one ( 1 ) week suspension  Five ( 5 ) Yellow cards in a season = one ( 1 ) week suspension

    Competition points

     Win = Three ( 3 ) points  Draw = Two ( 2 ) points  Loss = One ( 1 ) point  Forfeit = Nil ( 0 ) point

    Standings are placed by points, goal differential then

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