OFFICIAL HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER RULES TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL LEAGUE POLICIES 1.1 Eligibility of Players 1.2 Uniform 1.3 Jewelry Rule 1.4 Rosters 1.5 Scheduling 1.6 1.8 Play off Tournament and Tiebreaker 2 . GAME DAY POLICIES 2.1 Game Duration 2.2 Forfeits 2.3 Sportsmanship 2.4 Protest 2.5 Box Score
Basic High School Soccer Rules The Goalie Is the Only Player Permitted to Use Their Hands. The first and perhaps most well-known rule in soccer is – a... Play Restarts With a Corner Kick, Goal Kick, or Throw-In. When the ball leaves the field across the end line of the... The Referee Will Award a ...
Eight Rules Changes Approved in High School Soccer. Rules related to improperly equipped players and procedures for dropping the ball are among eight rules changes in high school soccer for the 2019-20 season. The rules changes were recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Soccer Rules Committee at its January 28-30 meeting and subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.
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High School Soccer Rules & Regulations Field Size. The field of play needs to be a rectangle 100 to 120 yards long and 55 to 80 yards wide. NFHS recommends a... No. 5 Ball. A size 5 adult ball bearing the NFHS authenticating mark must be used, inflated to the manufacturer’s... 11 Players. The game ...
Dropped Ball Procedure Amended in High School Soccer; NATA: Club Sports Coaches May be Less Prepared for a Medical Emerge... Jason Pendleton: National Boys Soccer Coach of the Year (2017-18)
The object of soccer is for a player to get the ball into the other team’s goal by using any part of the body except the player’s hands and arms. The goalie is the only player allowed to touch the ball with the hands and arms and then only while he is located in his own penalty area. A referee is in charge of the soccer game. A referee’s main objective should be the
GOAL: In the basic soccer rules the point of the game is to get the ball in the opposing teams goal and the team with the most goals after the specified time is the winner. The ball must cross the goal line to be a goal.
A. During the school year, students may participate in Soccer ID camps which generally involve instruction and the demonstration of skills. In many cases, these camps also involve scrimmages. If the scrimmages only involve players officially attending the ID camp and the scrimmages are confined to the published timeframe of the ID camp, the scrimmages are considered part of the camp and are allowable under the provisions of IHSA By-law 3.111.