Fair Play Soccer Day - Indoor

All You Need to Know!

DATE: Saturday March 2, 2024

LOCATION: Nipawin Bible College Gymnasium


9:30 - 11:30

1:30 - 4:30



9:00 - 9:40 [U9] NIPAWIN @ TISDALE

9:40 - 10:20 [U9] TISDALE @ NIPAWIN

10:30 - 11:10 [U11] NIPAWIN @ TISDALE

11:10 - 11:50 [U11] MELFORT @ NIPAWIN

11:50 - 12:30 [U11] TISDALE @ MELFORT

12:30 - 1:10 [U11] TISDALE @ NIPAWIN

1:10 - 1:50 [U11] NIPAWIN @ MELFORT

1:50 - 2:30 [U11] MELFORT @ TISDALE

2:40 - 3:30 [U13/15] NIPAWIN GREEN* @ TISDALE

3:30 - 4:20 [U13/15] NIPAWIN BLUE* @ MELFORT

4:20 - 5:10 [U13/15] TISDALE @ NIPAWIN BLUE*

5:10 - 6:00 [U13/15] NIPAWIN GREEN* @ MELFORT

6:00 - 6:50 [U13/15] MELFORT @ TISDALE

6:50 - 7:40 [U13/15] NIPAWIN BLUE* @ NIPAWIN GREEN*

* See Below for Roster


Simpson Tobias
Evelyn Adrik
Madalyn Xavier
Rowan Melanie
Zach Jenae
Bentley Sophia
Connor Maddison
Scotty Liam
Joseph Levi

Playing Format

U9 Format U11 Format U13/15 Format
6V6 6V6 5V5
11 minute warm up 15 minute warm up 15 minute warm up
12 minute half 10 minute half 15 minute half
5 minute break 5 minute break 5 minute break
12 minute half 10 minute half 15 minute half


U9 Additional Fair Play Rules

Kick-ins: Players choice- either Dribble in on Kick in

No Corner Kicks: every corner kick will be a keeper placed kick. (to speed up the game and reduce pressure on the defending team)



Governing Rules: The playing rules are regular FIFA soccer rules, unless specifically expressed below;

Equipment: Goalkeeper jersey must be different color to team jersey or a different colored bib. Shin guards must be worn and socks must cover shin guards. No watches, jewelry, rings, hard hair bands, etc. allowed with the exception of medic alert bracelets/tags. Only water in plastic or metal containers (no glass) is permitted on the field. No hot drinks, Juices, Gatorade (or similar product).

Start of the Game: Coin toss - winner chooses kick off or end

Substitutions: Substitutions are permitted on the fly, at a place within 5 yards of the halfway line and players should be fully off the field before the substitute is allowed to enter. The exception is the goal keeper who can only be substituted at any stoppage of play with the permission of the referee

Ball in and out of play. The ball is out of play: a) when the whole of the ball has crossed the goal-line, or side-line, whether on the ground or in the air. b) when the ball touches ceiling structures. c) when the game has been stopped by the referee. NOTE: The ball is in play at all other times.

Restarts. When the ball goes out of play, the game is re-started by one of the following methods: a) Over the sidelines, with a kick in. b) Over the goal line or end line, with a goal kick if the attacking team last touched the ball; or a corner kick if the defending team last touched the ball. Goal kicks can be taken from anywhere inside the goal area. Corner kicks are taken from the corner arc. Goal kicks (and free kicks in the penalty area) no longer needs to leave the penalty area to be in play. c) Hitting ceiling structures, with an indirect free kick to the team that did not touch the ball last at a place below where the ball touched the ceiling.* d) An opponent must be a minimum of 5 yards from the place where indirect and direct free kicks take place. *Note: An indirect free kick awarded to the attacking team in its opponent's goal area is taken from the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred.

After a goal is scored, re-start the game with a kick-off at center mark.

Goals cannot be scored directly from a kick-off at center mark.

No Offside.

Slide tackling is not allowed.

Safety is of primary importance. Coaches are expected to stop reckless or dangerous play. Coaches should discuss fair play practices and what player actions would constitute a foul and encourage appropriate behavior.



What is Fair Play?

Fair play in sports refers to a set of principles that guide athletes, coaches, and spectators toward ethical behavior and honorable conduct. It encompasses integrity, respect, and sportsmanship, emphasizing that the ultimate goal transcends mere victory.


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