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Faytteville Region 557

2020 Fall Registration

2020 FALL SEASON REGISTRATION OPEN

For Divisions 4U Playground, 5U Schoolyard, 6U Coed, 8U Coed, and 10U Boys/Girls

Registration Instructions

Please consider coaching and refereeing. We do not want to turn any players away because we do not have enough coaches. We will train and support you. It doesn't matter if you are new. 

Volunteer Only Registration Instructions


Fall Season

Fall Season

Fall season is the first season of the soccer year. Our soccer year is from August 1 to July 31

Season Information

  • Fall season starts in August and runs through October for 5U Schoolyard-8U
  • Fall season starts in August and runs through November for 10U-19U
  • Registration dates vary from year to year. For more information about Registration, CLICK HERE

Soccer Practice

  • Practices are held Monday through Friday
  • Coaches pick the practice days and times when they receive their team, based on field availability
  • 5U/6U practice is usually 45 minutes to an hour once per week with start times between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM
  • 8U practice is usually 1 hour to 1.5 hours once or twice per week with start times between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM
  • 10U-14U practice is usually 1.5 hours twice a week with start times between 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM
  • 16U/19U practice is usually 1.5 hours twice a week with start time between 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM

Area Tournaments

  • Area tournament games are for 10U-19U and usually played in the month of November
  • Area tournament games can be played any day of the week, including Sunday
  • Area tournament can be held in Huntsville, Harvest, Madison, or any location within our area
  • For more information about the area tournament, CLICK HERE when the tournament is being played

Mini Round Robin Games

MINI ROUND ROBIN GAMES

Mini Round Robin Game Procedures

Instead of scheduling double headers or bye weeks for teams when an odd number of teams are available, we may choose to use a Mini Round Robin. This is when three teams play a round robin of three half-time games. This allows all three teams to play what adds up to be one full game. In these procedures, each mini round robin game is called a mini game.

Coin Toss - Only one coin toss before the first mini game is needed. See the example below. 

Substitution Breaks - There will be only one substitution break about half way for each mini game.

Line-Up Cards - There should be a line-up card for each team. Teams should mark their substitutions for both of their halves (just like a normal game). The only difference will be they have two different opponents. This means it is possible that a player may not play at all in one of the mini games (since each mini game is a half). If coaches choose to use two line-up cards, they need to make sure to indicate the first or second mini game. All players should play AT LEAST one-half (two quarters for games with quarters) between the two mini games they play. 

Equipment Check - Check both team's equipment before the first mini game. Only to check the third team's equipment before the second mini game. No need for equipment check before the third mini game. 

Example

12U mini round robin example (30-minute halves, 40-minute time slots)

Schedule:

Mini Game 1: Team A vs Team B @ 10:00 AM
Mini Game 2: Team B vs Team C @ 10:40 AM
Mini Game 3: Team C vs Team A @ 11:20 AM

First and only coin toss. Team B wins coin toss and chooses to attack north goal.

Mini Game 1:

  • Team A kicks off attacking the south goal @ 10:00 AM
  • Substitution break at approximately 10:15 AM (preferably at a normal game stoppage) for 1-2 minutes (this should be a short break)
  • Mini Game 1 ends at approximately 10:32 AM (the half should be 30 minutes long)

Mini Game 2:

  • Team B kicks off attacking the south goal at 10:40 AM
  • Substitution break at approximately 10:55 AM (preferably at a normal game stoppage) for 1-2 minutes (this should be a short break)
  • Mini Game 2 ends at approximately 11:12 AM (the half should be 30 minutes long)

Mini Game 3:

  • Team C kicks off attacking the south goal at 11:20 AM
  • Substitution break at approximately 11:35 AM (preferably at a normal game stoppage) for 1-2 minutes (this should be a short break)
  • Mini Game 3 ends at approximately 11:52 AM 

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Region 557 (Fayetteville TN)

1007 Covemont Dr 
Fayetteville, Tennessee 37334

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 256-698-0613
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