Indoor Soccer Rules .pdf
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Indoor Soccer Rules
Start of Game
A) Play will begin with a 5 v 5 format. A team can start the game with as little as 3
B) Possession will be determined by a coin toss. The winner can either accept or defer
possession to the opposing team to gain possession for the second half.
C) The game will consist of two 20-minute halves of running time with a 2-minute half
time. There will be no overtime play during the regular season.
D) There will be five players on the floor for each team (1 keeper and four field players).
E) There will be no time outs allowed during the games.
A) Substitutions will be allowed to take place on the fly. However, if the player coming
on the field comes on prior to the player leaving the field a free kick will be awarded.
Players can not come on to gain advantage.
B) There will no offsides!
C) The ball must be completely over the goal line for it to be a goal.
D) The goalkeeper will not be allowed to throw the ball over the half court line on the
fly. This will result in an indirect free kick for the other team at half court line.
E) Overtime- All games with a tie score at the end of regulation will result in a tie in the
regular season. A 5-minute overtime period will decide all ties in the post season.
The period will be sudden death. If the score remains tied, a five shot shoot out will
decide a winner.
F) Crease – The taped line will be the marked crease. All shots must be struck outside
the crease in order to score a goal. Balls initially shot inside the crease will be
A) Out of Bounds: Basketball Ball Court will determine O.B – the ceiling
or any other objects off the court.
B) When a ball is played out of bounds the opposite team will “kick in” the ball at
the spot where the ball went O.B.
C) Direct Kicks: Direct free kicks will be given on all handballs, tripping, pushing, (all
contact fouls), and unsportsmanlike conduct.
D) Indirect Kicks: Indirect free kicks will be awarded on out of bounds plays,
obstruction, delay of game, goalkeeper throwing the ball over center line, and
dangerous plays (high kicks).
E) Goal Kick: Awarded when the ball goes out of bounds over the end lines.
F) A penalty shot will be awarded to a team when a defensive penalty takes place in the
G) On all direct and indirect kicks the opposing team should be five yards off the ball.
A) The referee has the right to hand out yellow and red cards when they feel it is
necessary. A yellow card will be a warning to a player if given. If that player should
receive another yellow card they will be unable to play in the rest of the game. If
anyone should receive a red card they will also be unable to play in the rest of the
game. A team will play short if one of their players receives two yellow cards or a
B) Playing Conduct: The referee is in complete charge of the game. Abusive language
and or conduct will not be tolerated. Officials are instructed to eject players if
language or conduct gets out of order. Players ejected from a game will be suspended
from the team’s next contest. A second ejection warrants termination from the
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