Fall 2020 Outdoor Soccer League

 

WSA Grassroots Fall 2020 Season

Ages & Divisions

  • Registration will be made by birth year of the player (View USYS Age Matrix)
  • Registration will be open in early June to girls and boys born between 2011 and 2016
  • Those interested in U12 Boys, U14 Boys, and U18 boys and girls divisions, please contact WSA at washmosoccer@gmail.com


Schedule

  • Practice and games once per week designed to enhance player development
  • 10 total games played on either Saturday or Sunday at Lakeview Soccer Complex, August 22, 2020, through October 31, 2020
  • Any games postponed due to weather to be rescheduled on weekdays.
  • Schedules will be available on the WSA website and Next Play app by August 10, 2020

Uniform

  • Jerseys are provided for each player and coach, which they keep. 

Cost per Individual: $95 per player

Payment is due at registration. Registrations with 2020 Spring Credit will register here manually through WSA.


WSA League Game Models, Rules and Laws of the Game

U6 & U8 game model will be 4v4, 2 x 20-minute halves and use either size 3 or 4 balls, a max roster of 8 players

U10 game model will be 7v7, 2 x 25-minute halves and use size 4 ball, a max roster of 12 players

U12 game model will be 9v9, 2 x 30-minute halves and use size 4 ball, a max roster of 16 players

U14 game model will be 11v11, 2 x 35-minute halves and use size 5 ball, a max roster of 18 players

The WSA will abide by FIFA Laws of the Game unless otherwise noted herein:

  1. League matches can end in ties
  2. A game is considered final if it is canceled for any reason after one half has been completed

U6 & U8: 4v4 Game Model

  1. No offsides will be called
  2. No penalty kicks will be awarded
  3. No goalies, only field players
  4. All out of bounds restarts will be kicks (corner kicks, goals kicks, kick-ins or dribble-ins) There will be no throw-ins, which encourages players to not bunch up and coaches being able to teach spacing. It will be up to the player/coach if a sideline out of bounds is restarted with a kick-in or dribble-in

U10: 7v7 Game Model

  1. No offsides will be called
  2. Penalty kicks can be awarded
  3. A build-out line will be used to promote the goalkeeper to play the ball out of the back in an unpressured setting
  4. After the goalkeeper secures the ball with their hands, the opposing team should establish their tactical formation behind the build out line, then the goalkeeper can pass from the ground, throw or roll the ball back into play (punts and drop kicks are not allowed)
  5. After the goalkeeper puts the ball into the play, the opposing team can cross the build-out line, and play resumes as normal
  6. Ideally, the goalkeeper will wait until the opposing teams get established behind the build-out line, however, the goalkeeper can pass from the ground, throw or roll the ball into play at any time after securing the ball with their hands, but the goalkeeper does this accepting where the opponents are on the field and the consequence of how play resumes

U12: 9v9 Game Model

  1. Offsides will be called
  2. A 9v9 game may not start, or continue to be played if either team has less than 6 players

U14: 11v11 Game Model

  1. All 11v11 games will be governed by FIFA Laws of The Game
  2. A 11v11 game may not start, or continue to be played if either team has less than 8 players