(Soccer specific information starts on page 82) K. All soccer matches between schools from the same classification must be played to completion. Matches that are interrupted by weather or mechanical difficulties will be replayed from the point of interruption unless the team that is behind chooses not to complete the match.
If the teams are in different classifications, I guess the decision is similar, but I don't see a written rule about that one.
It happened when he had to stop the game to give a yellow card to the coach of the other team, the clock person stopped it a few seconds too late.
Btw, what is the rule for yellow cards in HS? I heard that players have to come out immediately, but I couldn't find any information on it. How long does the player have to sit out?
If a player is given a yellow in a high school match, the player has to leave the field but may re-enter the game. How long that player has to sit out depends on the coach - some will keep them out for the duration - some will immediately sub back in. We had a yellow in a game last week and the player went back in pretty quickly - no balking from the opposing team's coach or referee so it must not be a big deal. Haven't seen a red card in a high school game but I imagine it's immediately leave but no subbing back in - don't know if they have to sit out a game or if they can play the next one.
Here is the rule on suspension:
(d) The period of suspension resulting from an ejection will expire as follows:
(a) One-Game Sit-out:
1. Two yellow cards in the same game
2. Deliberate handball to prevent a goal
3. Red card for a foul on a player moving toward his goal in a scoring situation
(b) Two-Game Sit-out with Red Card for any of the following: taunting, violent conduct, serious foul
play, spitting on another person, foul or abusive language, leaving the bench area for a fight
I thought we had compiled some totals for different clubs but can't find the thread.
What does the $950 at Lanier include? - how many nights of training - finishing/keeper clinics? - uniforms - any tournaments included - coaches fees for tournaments? - any team camps included etc?
It is $950 for Academy, $975 for U13-U14, $525 for U15 and up (fall only) - Includes 2 nights training, 1.5 hours each. Top level teams, usually have a 3rd night of training. - Includes keeper training. - Uniforms are extra. Those are about $175 for the kit every 2 years - Tournament fees are extra - that's divided between the players and the coaches fees for tournaments are added to that cost - Team camp at the beginning of the fall season is included.
With a school of about 900, I think that would be approximately a AA or AAA school. Then I'd try to find the athletic director at those schools (usually available on school website) and contact them about the possibility of scheduling something.
In order to move the conversation forward, here are a few questions about how your school typically handles tryouts.
How many days are scheduled?
Do you have two a days?
Did you start on MLK day?
Do they make cuts everyday or do they wait till the end?
Once the team is posted, do you immediately go into practice the following day?
Do they conduct fitness testing?
How much do they scrimmage?
Are boys and girls separate, meaning different fields or times?
Official tryout days listed as Mon-Wed I think. But, doubtful there are enough girls to have cuts. Only yesterday, otherwise 3:45 - 6 each day Yes, girls were there from 9 - 4 yesterday, sort of a mini "camp" No cuts made that I know of. Last year girls were told if the coaches didn't expect them to get much playing time. They can then choose or not to participate knowing they won't get field time. They are encouraged to stay and practice to get better. We will have a JV team this year though for any that don't get much Varsity playing time. Practice starts as soon as the teams are set. Fitness testing done last week during conditioning - 3 tests: run 4 miles < 36 minutes, run predetermined route on bleachers for 30 minutes without stopping, 100 yard sprints (25 secs down, 35 secs back) for 12 repetitions Not sure? Separate but at the same time. One uses playing field, other uses practice field, they alternate week to week.
I can't see it in affinity. I only got an email from our AGC on July 28 with the "preliminary" brackets (also U16 Athena). The email said not to publish to team members. There was also no date as to when it would be public.
My daughter was at UGA with decent weather but thought there was too much downtime in the dorms last summer. She and her friends had fun, but they were there to play and learn soccer. Instead, they hung out in the dorms for a lot of the day.
She really enjoyed the camp at Furman University, but unfortunately the dates don't line up for us this year.
Has anyone had any experience with the Clemson or Berry College camps?
My daughter is an '01 trying out for the first time. She started playing club soccer a couple of years ago, but didn't really know about ODP. At the end of last season, her coach suggested that she try out.
She realizes she may have a tough time making it, but wanted to go to the tryout to see the level of play and see what she needs to work on to get better so she can play with the best one day.
I think she's decided to try for keeper. She thinks she may have a better shot there. She needs to work on speed for defending against the highest level forwards (her words, not mine).
My daughter is going to tryout for ODP for the first time this year. I've tried to find as much information for her to know what to expect as I can.
A couple of questions we have that I can't find the answer to:
1. Is there anything in particular that she should or shouldn't wear? I thought we should probably stay away from club affiliation clothing, or should we?
2. She plays both keeper and center defender for her team (usually half a game at each position). Will she need to pick one of those positions at tryouts or will she be able to say she can play either?
I think my daughter could hang with the age group up and would be more challenged. But, she loves her current team and friends - like you said. This season she has started expressing her desire to perhaps play in college and asking for more training, etc. So, that is what prompted me to ask.
We've talked about all the options that we could manage and I've left it up to her to decide. lovethegame, thank you especially for sharing your daughter's experience. I'll share this with mine as well.
This isn't really in the same league with the parent described above, but I thought it might be worth noting.
On Saturday, at Allen Creek, a couple of U12 GSA Parents were loudly objecting to the center refs request that their camera and tripod be moved farther away from the sideline. This was before the game even started. They didn't move it after being asked twice. The ref had to walk over and move it himself.
The parents weren't yelling any more than normal. I thought the crowd was fairly tame. The game was very physical and his foul calls were very inconsistent. It was so bad that at one point he called a foul (that seemed obvious to all of us) and our player had to ask him who it was on. It would have been nice to have someone experienced there watching.
I understand that Academy doesn't "count" officially. But to the kids it counts. I was simply asking a question.
How old does one have to be to be a referee? Is there a rule here?
For the last couple of weekends, our academy teams (U12 Girls) have had what seems to be very young crews. Sunday, the center ref looked like he was at most 14 and the line refs may have been younger. I realize looks can be deceiving, but the boys seemed very "green" and timid. It didn't help that about half the girls playing were taller than they were.
This would normally be ok, but the calls were very inconsistent. It seems the younger refs seem to cave more to the parents that are yelling the loudest at the time (from my point of view anyway).
Maybe we've just had some new guys out there - just curious if there is an age requirement.
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Jun 19, 2017 10:32:25 GMT -5
soccerdad11: if we have committed to a club and has been accepted to another club will they let us transfer?
Jun 27, 2017 10:46:37 GMT -5
prekiwasnogood: Have you signed and paid registration soccerdad11?
Jun 27, 2017 13:05:25 GMT -5
soccerdad11: yes signed and paid
Jun 28, 2017 10:49:17 GMT -5
SoccerMom: you can transfer but you won't get a refund
Jun 28, 2017 14:54:14 GMT -5
soccerdad11: thanks - i am ok with no refund i just dont want to be told they will not let us transfer
Jun 29, 2017 10:37:14 GMT -5
SoccerMom: as long as you are paid in full, they have to let you transfer. If they don't you go to Georgia Soccer and they will do transfer
Jul 5, 2017 8:53:19 GMT -5
reinalocura: Most clubs will let you transfer if you pay in full. Some are not willing to do so. It depends upon the club. Alas.
Jul 6, 2017 23:20:53 GMT -5
m22: Can teams play on both NPL and SRPL during the same season?
Sept 19, 2017 12:06:37 GMT -5
Soccerhouse: to post a tweet in a post -- its as simple as over, just cut n paste the twitter link in the body of the post
Oct 3, 2017 12:36:21 GMT -5
zizou: US Men's program has done following since 2011: Missed 2 Olympics, missed U17 World Cup, missed U20 World Cup, missed 2018 Senior World Cup. Is this trajectory USSF is looking for? Don't worry, DA only been going 10 yrs. Just give it more time.
Oct 10, 2017 23:22:01 GMT -5
Soccerhouse: Mens program is in great shape, right where we want to be. Nothing needs to change. Missing world cups, and olympics etc.......
Oct 13, 2017 8:53:03 GMT -5
teenie: I think its become an elitist sport in the USA not for kids with one parent there are so many potentially young under 12 great players at the rec level with no money or parents to take them on these expensive and time consuming club trips
Oct 30, 2017 11:17:43 GMT -5
GAME OVER @ 14 yrs old. : US values: arrogance, showy skills no game sense,height. Favorites in small national pool(picked young) Every kid is finished at 14. Developers die on vine, brains,hustle,game sense and grit need not apply. You must leave US, or game over at 14.
Nov 8, 2017 10:43:33 GMT -5