Rules


7v7 Coed Division

General Fifa rules apply with exceptions:


  • 7 players per team including goal keeper
  • 2 girl minimum on field, goal keeper doesn't count
  • 46 minute games, two 23 minute halves
  • No offsides
  • No slide tackling
  • Unlimited subs "on-the-fly"
  • 6 yard radius around dead balls.

7v7 Men's Division

General Fifa rules apply with exceptions:


  • 7 players per team including goal keeper
  • 46 minute games, two 23 minute halves
  • No offsides
  • No slide tackling
  • Unlimited subs "on-the-fly"
  • 6 yard radius around dead balls.

11v11 Men's Division

We follow FIFA rules with only a few exceptions and distinctions:



  • Unlimited substitutions are allowed on dead balls. Substituted players are allowed to sub back into the game.


  • The league will reserve all fields, handle all scheduling, and acquire all necessary field permits.


  • The league strives to build competitive, evenly-matched divisions in which no team has an unfair advantage over another. In order to achieve this, we will promote champions from Division 2 to Division 1, and when the number of teams allows it, we will relegate last place teams from Division 1 to Division 2.


  • The league will provide each game with one certified referee (+ two linesmen for championship games).


  • Games are 90 minutes long plus stoppage time.


  • Shin guards are mandatory.


  • All teams must supply their own league approved uniforms. If teams have the same primary uniform, the away team is responsible for bringing an alternate color.


  • We require each captain to bring two game balls to each game.


  • In the event of known weather issues, league commissioners will notify team captains of game cancellations by two hours before game time. If word has not been received by that time, the decision is left in the hands of the referee on the field. Non-attendance without word of cancellation is a forfeit.


  • In the event a game unexpectedly ends early (due to weather, problems with the field, problem with the lights, etc), the result will be official if 60 minutes of the game have been played. If 60 minutes have not been played, the league will schedule a time to finish the remaining minutes of the game.


  • It is up to the league to decide when a game is or is not official. We do everything possible to stick to the schedule, and only dangerous or unreasonable conditions prevent a game from going forward as scheduled.


  • For uniform purposes, the team listed first on the website is considered the “home” team.