Indoor Soccer Rules & Regulations


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Indoor Soccer Rules


USSF Outdoor Rules will be played but with the following exceptions:

  • No Offsides.
  • No slide tackling. (This is not applicable to a keeper sliding in his own box.  Sliding to stop, trap, kick, or pass the ball when there is clearly no danger to an opponent is not slide tacking and is permitted.  All other slide tackles (including ones in the box) will result in an indirect free kick.
  • Indirect Kick-ins will be used instead of throw-ins when the ball is out of play on the sidelines. 
  • The defenders must be at least 5 yards from the ball on ALL kicks.
  • If the ball hits any of the nets above the field, it will be an indirect kick for the opposing team, closest to the spot where it hit but outside of the goal box.
  • U-13 age bracket and older will play 7 versus 7 (6 field players plus a GK).
  • U-12 age bracket and younger will play 8 versus 8 (7 field players plus a GK).
  • Co-ed teams must have a minimum of 3 females on the field (not including the GK) at all times.
  • Goalkeepers are not allowed to punt from their hands or drop kick the ball.
  • The penalty kick spot for hand balls or direct fouls in the box will be placed at the top of the goal box.
  • Must be at least 18 to be manager/coach of a team.
  • No gum, food, or drink will be allowed on the field.  Any player who is caught will be asked to leave the fields immediately. 
  • No spitting on the field. 
  • No substituting on the fly.  There must be a stoppage of play and you must have the referees permission per USSF rules
  • No outdoor cleats allowed. Shin guards are mandatory
  • After the 6th game each team's roster/waiver form is LOCKED for the adult leagues. No new players can be added. Only players who are on your team's roster/waiver form can play in the 7th and 8th game (playoffs).
  • Yellow cards & red cards will be issued at the referees’ discretion.  A yellow card given to a player is at least two minutes off the field.  Two yellow cards during the same game will result in an immediate ejection from the game. Three yellow cards accumulated during the season will result in a one game suspension. A red card at any time will result in an immediate ejection from the facility along with a minimum of a one game suspension.  Red cards given for fighting or verbal abuse of a referee can carry at least a 2 game suspension.  Anyone involved in a fight will receive at least a 3 game suspension. 
  • At game start time if a team has 3 or less players, it is a forfeit.  There is a $50 forfeit fee due by the start of the next game.
  • Please note, adult games have a max goal cap of 10.  Youth games have a goal cap of 6.  Once a goal difference of 10 (or 6 for youth) has been met, the winning team must play a man down.  Every 2 more goals after that, another player is to be removed.  Once the GD is back to 10 (or 6 for youth), all players can return to play.

Modified 5/21/18


Tiebreaker sequence is as follows:

·      1) Head to Head (tournaments only) 2) Goal differential (Goals for – goals against) 3) Goals for 4) Goals against 5) Penalty kicks (1 for 1)

·      If more than 2 teams are tied then coaches will choose numbers to see the order in which they will shoot. Once a team shoots their goalkeeper will go in goal. The rotation will continue for all of the rounds until a winter is decided

·      If time is allotted for the final, a 5 minute golden goal overtime will be played and then a penalty kick shootout (5 players) to determine the winner of the final game.