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Glasgow & West of Scotland 5-a-side tournament, Glasgow

  • Social
  • Glasgow
  • 13 March 2020
  • 18:00 - 20:00
Glasgow & West of Scotland 5-a-side tournament, Glasgow

About this event

5-a-side games on outdoor 5G astro-grass. Group games followed by knock-out games. The format will depend on number of teams entered and will be released in advance to all teams.

Entry Rules:

Teams must field at least two ICE members, you don’t have to be a graduate or student member to enter. Each team can be made up of seven players with rolling subs allowed throughout all games. Special dispensation may be granted for teams struggling to fulfil this requirement. Keen ICE members unable to gather a team together should get in touch via email and we will endeavour to match them with a team.

Further information from Adam Sloan at [email protected] or David McFarlan at [email protected].

£45 per team (including VAT)
Please register your team and pay by Friday 28 February 2020.

ICE 5-a-side Competition Rules

  1. Points per match are given as follows; Win 3 points, Draw 1 point, Loss 0 points.
  2. A player receiving the ball from the goalkeeper may not play the ball to the Goalkeeper unless it has touched another defending player or an attacker. Contravention of this rule will result in an indirect free kick being awarded to the attacking side two yards outside the area nearest the point of return of the ball.
  3. Play commences with a centre from the home team.
  4. Only the defending goalkeeper is allowed in the penalty area. Intentional entry into the penalty area by a defender results in a penalty. Intentional entry into the penalty area by a forward results in goalkeeper’s ball. Intentional exit by a goalkeeper results in a penalty.
  5. Players can take no more than two strides when taking a penalty kick.
  6. A point tie for qualification places in final group standings will be settled by the head-to-head result. If head-to-head was a draw, a penalty shoot-out will decide final standings.
  7. Tied games in the knock-out stage will be decided by a penalty shoot-out.
  8. The goalkeeper must be on or as near to the goal line as possible when a penalty kick is being taken. They may move from side to side but cannot advance from their goal line.
  9. Teams must kick off on time to avoid forfeiting points to opposing team.

Event venue

Powerleague
1 Kennedy Street
Townhead
Glasgow
Glasgow G4 0EB
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Lynn Dow

e: [email protected]

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