LAWS OF SOCCER

The game of soccer is played according to the rules that are known internationally to be the Laws of Soccer.  These rules are enforced for safety and fair play by the Referee and the Assistance Referees.  For Elgin Youth Soccer Association modified rules for categories of U10 or under, see below

 

LAWS OF SOCCER LINK

 

 

EYSA Modifications for Youth Soccer U10 and Under

Here is a link for ages 4U-19U for field size and other guidelines.

Other Modified Rules

 

A.       Parents and spectators must occupy the opposite side of the field from the players.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  Both teams should

occupy one side.

 

B.      During games coaches are restricted to the sideline area and must remain on only half of the playing field.  Coaches are not             to be on the end line.

 

C.      Common Sense:  Soccer is a game of constant motion with no time for instant replay.  Good judgment must be used to allow

the game to flow, which will sometimes result in “no calls” for fouls that would contravene the spirit of the game or take an attacking advantage away from a team.

 

 

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