Playing Regs - Soccer

 

1. AWARDS

Senior Boys AAA

Pake Sport Shop Trophy and Plaque

Senior Boys AA

Plaque

Senior Boys A

Plaque

Senior Girls AAA

Plaque

Senior Girls AA

Plaque

Senior Girls A

Plaque

Junior Boys

CKSS Booster Club Trophy and Plaque

Junioe Girls

Plaque


In addition to the above, each member of the winning team will receive a medal. (max 20/team)

2. PLAY-OFFS

The LKSSAA representative will play the WECSSAA representative in a one game playoff. In even numbered years , LKSSAA will host the girls championships and WECSSAA will host the boys championships.  In odd numbered years, LKSSAA will host the boys championships and WECSSAA will host the girls championships.

3. OFFICIALS

One referee and two official linesmen shall be used in all play-off games and shall be appointed by the convenor.

4. PLAYING RULES

The O.S.A. rule book shall govern play with the following exceptions:
a) Length of Game
The game shall consist of two (2) forty (40) minute halves in all divisions.
b) Number of Players
Sr. Boys: A team may dress a maximum of 20 players.
Sr. Girls: A team may dress a maximum of 20 players.
Jr. Boys: There is no limit to the number of players that may be dressed.
Jr. Girls: There is no limit to the number of players that may be dressed.
c) Substitution
Unlimited substitution shall be allowed. It may occur at: goal kicks, goals scored, half-time AND on throw-ins, BUT only by the team in control of the ball and in the case of injuries at the discretion of the referee.
Substitution for a yellow-carded player is compulsory. The yellow-carded player is the only player who may be replaced at that time and he/she may re-enter the game at a regular substitution period. A player who receives a yellow card and has not re-entered the game may not replace another player who receives a yellow card.
If a player receives a red card, he/she must leave the field for the remainder of the game (no substitution allowed). If his/her team wins the game and continues on the SWOSSAA final or OFSAA play, he/she may not play in his/her team's next game. All red-carded players must be reported to the Secretary-treasurer.

5. TIED GAMES

If the two teams are tied at the end of regulation time, the following procedures shall be used:
a) Two ten minute halves.
b) If the teams are still tied, each team shall select five players from those on the field at the conclusion of overtime. These five players will take penalty kicks alternatively, the first team to kick being decided by coin toss. The winner will be the team scoring the most penalty kicks.
c) If the teams are still tied, the remaining players shall take penalty kicks alternatively, the winning team being that team which is ahead after any pair of penalty kicks.

6. ELIGIBILITY

If a player receives a red card or equivalent during a championship game of his/her member association, the one game suspension is in effect for the next SWOSSAA game in which his/her school participates.