U12-U14 Soccer Tournament 2017
  • Host
  • Dates
  • Venue
  • Participants
  • Schedule
  • Rules and regulations
  • Awards
  • Accommodation
  • Food and drinks

U12 Host


Copenhagen International School
Levantkaj 4-14
2150 Nordhavn Denmark
Tel: +45 3946 3300

Tournament Director: Gil Grant
Tel: +45 3946 3300 ext 330
Mobile: +45 2724 4805
Email: gilbert.grant@cis.dk



U14 Host


International School of Luxemburg
Tournament director: Ben Smith
Tel: +352 26 04 45 06 or Mobile: +352 621 577 746


Dear Athletes, Coaches, Parents and friends On behalf of the entire ISL community, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all athletes, coaches, parents and spectators. We are honoured to host this NECIS Tournament and look greatly forward to the exhibition of sportsmanship, teamwork and exciting tournament. Good luck all athletes.

Dates


Wednesday, November 8th - arrival
Thursday, November 9th – Day 1 of the tournament
Friday, November 10th – Day 2 of the tournament
Saturday, November 11th – Day 3 of the tournament

U12 Venue


Ryparkens Idrætsanlæg Sports Complex
Lyngbyvej 110
2100 København Ø
Tlf. +45 3920 1363




U14 Venue


Terrain de Sport Boy Konen
5, rue des Sports
Luxemburg, Cessange

U12


American School of The Hague
International School of Hamburg
Antwerp International School
Bonn International School
Copenhagen International School
International School of Düsseldorf
International School of Luxembourg
International School of Amsterdam
American International School of Rotterdam





U14


American School of The Hague
International School of Hamburg
Antwerp International School
Bonn International School
Copenhagen International School
International School of Düsseldorf
International School of Luxembourg
International School of Amsterdam
American International School of Rotterdam
Sigtunaskolan Humanistika Läroverket
International School of Stavanger

U12


Please click on the link for the schedule.



U14


Please click on the link for the schedule.

U12 Soccer rules


1. Every game is divided into 4 x 10 minute quarters. The quarter breaks will last only as long as it takes to substitute players. The half-time breaks will last 3 minutes.

2. By the end of the game, every player MUST have played for one complete quarter from beginning to end.

3. During the first two quarters, substitutions can only be made at the end of the quarter, i.e. no substitutions can be made during a quarter, unless the referee deems that an injured player needs to be taken of the pitch. Substitutions may be made during the third and fourth quarters by using the running substitution rule.

4. A player who has been previously substituted may re-enter the game at one of the prescribed substitution intervals.

5. If a school enters a mixed team, there must always be at least nine boys on the pitch at any point in the game.

6. Short corners are taken from the edge of the penalty area.

7. Goal kicks are taken from the edge of the penalty area.

8. During the initial league stage 3 points will be awarded for a win, 1 point for a tie and 0 points for a loss.

In the event of a TWO-TEAM tie the following steps will be taken:

a) Results of the mutual game
b) Goals for minus goals against from all games (see ** below)
c) Most goals scored from all games (see ** below)
d) Least goals conceded from all games
e) 5 penalties per team
f) sudden-death penalties

In the event of a THREE-TEAM tie the following steps will be taken:

a) Points total from the mutual games involving the 3 teams
b) Goals for minus goals against from mutual games (see** below)
c) Most goals scored from mutual games (see ** below)
d) Least goals conceded from mutual games
e) Goals for minus goals against from ALL games (see** below)
f) Most goals scored for all games (see ** below)
g) Least goals conceded from all games
h) Three-way penalty shoot-out with every team taking 5 penalties against the 2 other teams. i.e. total of 10 penalties.

As soon as one team is awarded First placing using the above three-team tie procedure (i.e. leaving 2 teams tied for position) the procedure reverts to the two-team tie procedure to decide places two and three.

** Goals for minus goals against
At all age levels, a maximum of +5 goals will per game will count towards a team’s goal difference.

In the event of a TWO-TEAM tie in the knock-out stage the following steps will be taken:

a) 2 x 5 minutes extra time
b) 5 penalties per team
c Sudden-death penalties




U14 Soccer rules


1. Every game is divided into 4 x 12.5 minute quarters. The quarter breaks will last only as long as it takes to substitute players. The half-time breaks will last for 5 minutes.

2. By the end of the game, every player MUST have played for one complete quarter from beginning to end. The Tournament Director will disqualify a team, which does not follow the substitution and playing time guidelines. The game will then be scored at 5-0 for the ‘winning’ team and 3 points awarded in the league table.

3. Coaches may use the running substitution rule whereby players may enter and leave the game at the coach’s discretion at any point during the game (but see point 2). The substitution must occur at the halfway line and the incoming player may not enter the field until the outgoing player has left the field. Previously substituted players may re-enter the game.

4. A player who is given a red card in a soccer game will automatically be suspended from playing in the next game. Similarly with a player receiving two yellow cards (equals red card) in the same game. The Grievance Committee has the authority to increase the length of the suspension in cases of violent conduct or verbal abuse after due consideration of the referee’s report and any witness statements.

5. Goals For Minus Goals Against: A maximum of +5 goals per game will count towards a team’s goal difference. This is done to discourage teams from inflicting too heavy a defeat on another team during the initial (league) stages of a tournament.

Age group: U14 boys Size of pitch: full size Size of goal: full size # players on the pitch: 11 Max # squad: 15 Offside: yes Size of ball: 5 Length of game: 4 x 12 1/2 Min. Players Time: Min. one complete quarter TIE-BREAK During the initial league stage 3 points shall be awarded for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for a loss.

In the event of a TWO-TEAM tie the following steps will be taken:

a) Results of the mutual game
b) Goal difference: goals for minus goals against from all group games to a maximum of 5 goals per game.
c) Most goals scored from all group games to a maximum of 5 goals per game.
d) Least goals conceded from all group games.
e) 5 penalties per team
f) sudden-death penalties

In the event of a THREE-TEAM tie the following steps will be taken:

a) Points total from the mutual games involving the 3 teams.
b) Goal difference: goals for minus goals against from mutual games to a maximum of 5 goals per game.
c) Most goals scored from mutual games to a maximum of +5 goals per game.
d) Least goals conceded from mutual games.
e) Goal difference: goals for minus goals against from all group games to a maximum of +5 goals per game.
f) Most goals scored from all group games to a maximum of +5 goals per game.
g) Least goals conceded from all group games.
h) Three-way penalty shoot-out with every team taking 5 penalties against the other 2 teams (total 10 penalties per team).

KNOCKOUT PHASE (steps to be followed in order): a) 2 x 7½ minutes extra time (all age groups). b) 5 penalties per team. c) Sudden-death penalties.



Awards


Please see the relevant section in the by-laws.

Accommodation for students


Participating athletes will be informed by their coach/AD as to where they will be staying.



Hotels for parents in Luxemburg


Some Suggestions:

Central Molitor Hotel
28, avenue de la Liberté
1930 Luxembourg,
Tel: 352 48 99 11,
www.hotelmolitor.lu

Parc Belle Vue
5, avenue Marie Thérèse,
L-2132 Luxembourg
Tel: +352 45 61 41 1,
www.hpb.lu

Hotel Parc Belair
109, avenue du X Septembre,
2551 Luxembourg,
Tel: +352 44 53 53,
www.hpb.lu

There are lots of cafés/restaurants in the historic centre around ”Place d’ Armes” and the picturesque ”Grund” (old town), all within a short walking distance from the main bus station ”Centre Hamilius” (all busses stop here). For more information see: www.luxembourg-city.lu.

U12 Venue


Lunches will be provided for players, coaches and officials at the venues. Food and drink will also be available from CIS parents.



U14 Venue


A hot lunch will be provided at ISL cafeteria by Eurest. Additional snacks will be on sale during the tournament.