Send The Infobutton.You will then be presented with your invoice.If the game is full you can go on the subs list and you will be texted if a place become available.
Send The Infobutton.You will then be presented with your invoice.
All soccer teams must be on the pitch and ready to play at the time the fixture has been scheduled for. All soccer teams must bring along a pumped up ball. If either of these criteria are not met the offending team can be deducted one goal at the discretion of the referee. If a team is not ready to play after 10 minutes, then that team can be deducted two goals and if a team is not ready to play after 15 minutes then a walkover can be claimed by the other team.
Each soccer team is allowed seven(7) players on the pitch at any time. Substitutions can be made on a roll on - roll off manner where the players can come on and off as many times as they like. Substitutions must be made while the ball is out of play and may not be used to waste time. If any team is found to be abusing the substitution system intentionally (i.e. having more than seven players on the pitch), in the referees opinion, then the offending team can be reduced by one player for the remainder of the match.
Football teams cannot play players who have already played for another team in the same league. If this happens they will forfeit the match.
The primary purpose of the footy.ie cork soccer leagues is for everybody to enjoy them selves as much as possible. Even though these are competitive leagues, we would also like to keep them as sporting as possible. For this reason we have introduced a cap on the number of goals one team can defeat another by. Once one team goes ten goals ahead, the remaining goals scored by both teams will no longer be counted.
Sliding tackles are not allowed.
All players on each team must wear the same colour jerseys, failure to do this will result in the opposition being awarded a goal at the start of the match. Each soccer team is also required to have a set of bibs in case of colour clashes.
In the event of a tie at the end of a league, positions will be decided on the following criteria:
A yellow card offence means five minutes in the
sin bin. This
means that the player in question must leave the pitch without being
substituted and that his team will be reduced by one player for
five minutes. Two yellow cards constitute a red card. The player in
question will then have to leave the pitch for the remainder of the
match. A straight red card means the player must leave the pitch and not return.
If a player receives a red card they will receive a suspension, the length
of which will be appropriate to the severity of the offence. This shall be determined by
the league committee.
If a match is abandoned because the referee feels threatened or decides that it is unsafe to continue because of the actions of one of the teams then that team shall forfeit the match and their opponents awarded a 5-0 win.
If a match is abandoned due to adverse weather, facilities failure or any reason not caused by the participating teams, then if there is more than 10 minutes remaining or there is three or less goals separating the teams, the entire match will be replayed but the goals scored in the abandoned match shall count. Otherwise the score at the time the match was abandoned shall count.
If a team drops out of a league or is removed then its scores will stand for any round it has completed, but for any uncompleted round its opponents will be awarded a Walk Over(a 5-0 win).
FIFA rules shall be applied as much as is possible in all matters not addressed above.
Footy Sports Leagues Ltd. does not take any responsibility for injuries incurred to players while playing in its competitions.
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Footy Sports Leagues Ltd accepts no responsibility for injury or death to participants or spectators at its competitions, howsoever caused.
Footy Sports Leagues Ltd reserves the right to exclude any player or team from its competitions, without having to give a reason.
By entering a Footy Sports Leagues competition, individuals and teams agree to read the rules on the Footy Sports Leagues Ltd website and to abide by them.
Individuals and teams accept that by agreeing to take part in a Footy Sports League competition they enter into a contractual agreement to pay the subscription for the competition and a separate subscription to the Referees for their services.
Teams contacts are singly and jointly responsible for the behaviour of their team and for payment of the full subscriptions for the Footy Sports Leagues competition and for the refereeing services.