Tournament information

  • Name

    Jurisdictions Cup VIII
  • Web address
  • Description

    The Jurisdictions Cup, with 5 jurisdictions participating, encourages all those involved to achieve a healthier and more active lifestyle. The Cup provides the opportunity for all, regardless of their ability, to build camaraderie and strong relationships through sport.

  • Poster

  • Period

    Start: 13/4/2019
    End: 13/4/2019
  • Venues

    Futsal Oz Thomastown
    391 Settlement Road, Thomastown

    10 AM - 1 PM

  • Rules

    1. The game will consist of 5 minute games. The first team to score 3 goals or at the end of the 5 minutes, the team with the most goals wins.
    2. There is no off-side in general play, however at kick off, all defensive players must start in their defensive Third whilst all attacking players must start behind the halfway line.
    3. If a team cannot field at least one female, the team will be disadvantaged one player on the field.
    1. A team consists of five on court players including a goalkeeper, with a female on court at all times.
    2. Unlimited interchange applies.
    1. At the commencement of the match, half time and after a goal is scored, the ball is brought to the centre circle and kicked backwards to a team mate in the defending half of the court
    2. Opponents are not allowed into the middle third of the court until after the ball has been played
    3. A goal may be scored direct from the kick off.
    Any player may enter the goalkeeper area (semi-circle around the goal) at any time and any player can score within the semi-circle
    1. Once the goalkeeper has control of the ball within their area, they have 5 seconds to
    release the ball before an indirect free kick is awarded.
    2. Once the goalkeeper has taken clean possession of the ball in their hands, the
    goalkeeper can only release the ball via a throw or place kick.
    3. Goalkeeper substitutions apply as per field players.
    4. If the goalkeeper is holding the ball and the ball is outside of the goal area (View the
    circle as an imaginary wall going to the roof), it is to be judged as a hand-ball and will
    result in a direct free kick from the point of infringement (minimum of 3m back from the
    FREE KICKS (All outdoor rules apply with the following additions.)
    1. Direct free kicks will be awarded for:
    a. Slide tackles or tackling whilst on the ground.
    b. High feet, only if considered dangerous play at the referee’s discretion.
    2. Indirect free kicks will be awarded for:
    a. The ball making contact with the roof of the net, with the free kick awarded from the
    point of contact with the roof. The only exception to this is when a goalkeeper saves
    an attempted shot on goal from an opposing player and the ball unintentionally hits
    the roof.
    3. Opposition players must be at least two metres from the ball on all free kicks.
    Penalty shot at goal will be awarded when;
    1. A foul is committed and the referee feels there is a direct chance on goal with only
    the goalkeeper to beat whilst in the final third of the court
    2. When taking a penalty players can only take a 2 step run up (one step, kick)
    3. Only the goalkeeper can defend a penalty kick – goalkeeper stands on the goal line
    and cannot move until the player taking the penalty kick has made contact with the
    4. Other players must stand behind, and not within, 3 metres of the penalty taker.
    1. Players must be on their feet to tackle or play the ball
    2. Slide tackles are not permitted at any stage
    1. A goal is scored when the referee determines the whole of the ball has passed over the goal line through the face of the goal.
    2. Any field player may score from any field position as long as the goal area rules are not infringed. (Refer to ‘Indirect free kicks’.) Goalkeepers are permitted to score.
    A Yellow and Red card system is used to monitor player misconduct. Any time a yellow or red card is awarded, a free kick or penalty will be awarded.
    Yellow Card - The yellow card is a warning that the player may be sent off if they continue displaying the unwanted behaviour. It Indicates a formal "caution" for any of the following offenses;
    1. "Unsporting behaviour" - this includes hard fouls; holding an opponent or deliberately handling the ball for the purpose of preventing an opponent from gaining possession of the ball; faking an injury; worrying the goalkeeper or trying to prevent him from putting the ball into play, blatant cases of holding and pulling an opposing player or his uniform; any action designed to deceive the Referee
    2. Dissent by word or actions, including arguing with the referee and harassing opponents
    3. Persistently breaking the rules.
    Red Card – The Red card is given to any player who receives two yellow cards in the same game or is deemed to be not playing in the spirit of the game. When a red is issued the player is ordered off the court and cannot be replaced or substituted during the game. This player is also required to miss the next match.
    The offenses for which a player must be shown a Red Card and sent off are:
    1. Serious foul play (includes any use of excessive force or brutality against an opponent when challenging for the ball. A tackle, which endangers the safety of an opponent, must be sanctioned as serious foul play.
    2. Violent conduct
    3. Spitting
    4. Receiving a second yellow card in one game.

  • Administrator

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  • City

    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia