All players must:
All players should be aware that:
The consequences for a player or coach receiving a Blue, Yellow or Red Card are as set forth in the Rules. Nonetheless, the Facility reserves the right to impose additional disciplinary sanctions in the event of a Red Card. In such case, the Facility shall evaluate the incident in the manner it deems to be in the best interests of the Facility and as the facts may dictate. Subject to such conditions and objectivity, the Facility may impose sanctions, including but not limited to one or more of the following:
Disciplinary cards a player or coach receives throughout the season will accumulate. When a player or coach accumulates a total of four cards, regardless of color, that player or coach shall receive an automatic one-game suspension.
The Facility shall bear full and sole responsibility for determining, communicating and enforcing any sanction as it sees fit. There shall be no protests or appeals of the Facility's decision, once final.
Examples of surrounding circumstances that the Facility may choose to consider include:
Barney Indoor Sports House Rules
All games will be played in accordance with the United States Indoor Soccer Association(USIndoor) Rules for Indoor Play, with the exception of the below stated House Rules. Any Rules referenced are listed in The Official Rules of Indoor Soccer, as certified by USIndoor.
There is no three-line violation rule in this Facility.
All goals are worth 1 point regardless of the scorer or distance. The ball must completely cross over the goal-line in order for a goal to be scored.
The clock does not stop except in the case of serious injury or excessive delay of game tactics. If the clock is stopped due to injury, the injured player must come off the field for a minimum of 2 minutes.
There are no timeouts.
At the moment the horn sounds, the ball is immediately considered dead.
The Overtime Period only applies to playoff games – both teams shall play “down”one player for the duration of the period (ie. if 6-on-6, overtime shall be 5-on-5).
If the goalkeeper is female, all free kicks between the Defensive Restart Line and the goal, including on the Defensive Restart Line, must be taken by a female.
Disciplinary Cards / Penalties:
Kickoffs / Free Kicks / Restarts:
Distribution Rule – Rule 7.8 applies, except that goalkeepers may throw, drop-kick, or punt the ball to distribute. Goalkeepers may not distribute the ball to their own team member(s) situated within the defensive arch. Opposing players may not attempt to block or otherwise prevent the Goalkeeper from attempting a distribution. Once the goalkeeper has possession of the ball, opposing players must attempt to leave the defensive arch immediately and may not play any distribution attempts while within the arch unless the distribution passes within the player’s own “space” (directly at or reasonably near the player).
Sliding – Goalkeepers may slide within their defensive arch, as long as the slide begins and ends within the arch. In doing so, a goalkeeper may make contact with offensive players provided that the goalkeeper ALSO makes contact with the ball. Intentional slides to injure will result in a “straight” Red card.
Control of Ball – Goalkeepers may not bounce or dribble the ball basketball-style with his/her hands. A ball control violation results in an opponents’ free kick fromthe top of the arch.
Players may not use two hands on the boards, or grab or hold the wall in the area of the player benches or penalty boxes, while shielding the ball from an opposing player. Players may not attempt to play the ball while one or both hands are in contact with the ground, except for the goalkeeper within his/her arch. A leverage violation results in a free kick for the opposing team from the spot of the violation.
Substitutions are unlimited. (Rule 3.2) Players must first be within five (5) yards of their own bench before the substitute will be allowed to enter.
Players may not exit the field via the opponents’ bench area except due to injury. The official will delay restart of play to allow completion of substitutions(“guaranteed substitutions”) for the following reasons:
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