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Grassroots Rules & Specs by Age Group

 

 

US Soccer / AYSA Rule Change:  U11 and below age brackets - Banning Heading of the Ball 
US Soccer: US Youth Soccer statement on U.S. Soccer’s birth-year registration mandate - Effective August 1st, 2016
US Soccer: Age Brackets
US Soccer:  Small Sided Games Mandate

GRP Rules
Small Sided Game Format

All Rules REVISED as of 8/25/17


U4 RULES
U5 RULES 
U6 RULES 
U7 RULES 
U8 RULES 

U9/10 RULES  
U11/12 RULES 
U13/14 RULES

Revisions to Rule highlighted in yellow


Penalty Cards:
 
 

Yellow Cards - Represents a visual warning to the player, coach and spectators, as a form of a caution for a players/coach’s conduct on or off the field.  The player who has received the yellow card may continue playing in the game.  If player who receives a second yellow card in a game, they are shown the yellow card again, and then a red card, meaning that the player must leave the field immediately and take no further part in the game. 

Red Cards – Represents a serious offence and often results in a player or coach being permanently suspended from the remainder of the game.  Each red card will be taken under review and the penalty laid down each time at the GRP level.  Possibly consequences may include:

·         The player or coach will also miss the first all or half of their next game. 

·         If there was violent conduct (fighting etc.) there may be more of a suspension.  

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