Broomfield Soccer Club

Broomfield Fives

Colorado's first and best freestyle outdoor five-a-side summer soccer league is returning to Broomfield in 2017! Five-a-side takes your game to the next level with bigger fields providing more space for you to get creative, real live goalkeepers and no restrictive goal boxes. Created in the United Kingdom, five-a-side is a fast-paced game which gets you back to playing soccer instead of worrying about rules, referees or endless sitting on the bench. Teams are restricted to a maximum of ten players for each 40 minute game, giving everyone plenty of playing time. Games will be played without referees and coaching during the league games. One coach will be allowed on the players’ side, ONLY to help with substitutions if needed. The goal is to let the players relax and learn to solve their own problems. The atmosphere is pure fun, it’s the best time you can have playing soccer over the summer!  

Each team will play 5 League Games and then participate in the Fives Tournament on July 28 & 29.

Tuesday: 03-99 Boys, 03-99 Girls 
Wednesday: 05 Boys, 05 Girls 
                     04 Boys, 04 Girls
Thursday: 08 Boys, 08 Girls (08's will play with 07's, and are subject to director acceptance)
                 07 Boys, 07 Girls
                 06 Boys, 06 Girls

(Above subject to change depending on field availability)

Dates - June 20 through July 30
Location - Legacy High School West Fields, 2701 W 136th St, Broomfield, CO
Cost - $395/team

This year, Broomfield Fives will utilize the new age group calendar and teams.  Registration will open on June 1st and close on June 15th.  We will be adding a high school boys division.  Age groups offered will be 07 through 99.  

Modified Laws

*Game Duration

League games will consist of 2 20 minute halves.
All games for the tournament will be 30 minutes, consisting of two 15 minute halves.

Substitution Procedure

Substitutions are allowed on the fly or on any dead ball - the player exiting the game must be within 5 yards of side line/end line before the new player comes on.

Kick Off

The ball can be played backwards.

The Kick-In

A kick-in is a method of restarting play (in place of throw-in).
The players of the defending team are required to be at least 5 yards from the place where the kick-in is taken.
A goal cannot be scored directly from a kick-in.

The Corner Kick

A corner kick is a method of restarting play.
A goal may be scored directly from a corner kick, but only against the opposing team.

The Goal Keeper Restart (from the goalkeeper’s hands 5 seconds)

A goal keeper restart (Goalkeeper’s hands) is a method of restarting play (in place of a goal kick) and must be completed in 5 seconds.
A goal may not be scored directly from a goal keeper restart.
The goal keeper restart is awarded when the whole of the ball, having last touched a player of the attacking team, passes over the goal line, either on the ground or in the air (ie. goal kick)

*The Penalty Play (Bracket Games only) In place of a Penalty Kick (TOUNRAMENT ONLY)

A penalty play is awarded against a team which commits any of the offences for which a direct free kick is awarded, inside its own penalty area and while the ball is in play. A goal may be scored directly from a penalty play. Additional time is allowed for a penalty play to be taken at the end of each half.

Position of the Ball and the Players

·         The ball is placed anywhere on the halfway line inside the center circle

·         The player taking the penalty kick is properly identified

·         The defending goalkeeper remains on his goal line, facing the kicker, between the goalposts,

               Until the ball has been touched

The players other than the kicker are located

·         behind halfway line

·         at least 5 yards away

Procedure

The player taking the Penalty Play can

·         Dribble (for breakaway opportunity)

·         Shoot

·         The ball is live for all players after the 3rd touch or when the GK touches the ball

*Penalty  Shootout  (Final Games only)  Final games ending in a tie will go straight to penalty shootout, best of 5, then golden goal.

Procedure

The player and ball will be placed on the halfway line anywhere in the center circle. The player can

·         Dribble (for breakaway opportunity)

·         Shoot

Each penalty Shootout taken is live for 6 seconds or until the ball is

·         Across the goal line for a goal

·         Out of play

·         Six seconds has passed

*Runaway Score Rule – Because of the scoring system used to advance teams into the finals we will not use the runaway score rule during the tournament (please be respectful of your opponents at all times).

*Point System (11 point Max) (TOURNAMENT ONLY)

·         7 points for a win

·         4 points for a tie

·         1 point for a shutout

·         1 point per goal (max 3)

·         9 points will be awarded for a forfeit (scored as a 1-0 win)

*Tie Breakers

·         Head to Head

·         Goals Against

·         Goal Differential

·         Goals For (Max of 3 Per Game)

*Denotes Rules specific to the Broomfield Fives Tournament

The tournament staff reserves the right to modify rules and all decisions are final.

Why Fives?

  • Increased playing time. Five players on the field all of the time, subbing on the fly.
  • Longer games. Two 20 minute halves allows fitness and tactics to become more important to the game.
  • Bigger goals. More realistic to the full sided game, players can aim for areas of the goal rather than just “the goal”.
  • Realistic boundaries. Just like the real game, all players can go anywhere on the field. No penalties for stepping in the goal box like 3v3 tournaments.
  • Improved player development. 5-a-side lends itself to a 1-2-1 system of play which naturally creates the diamond and triangle team shapes players should look to maintain when playing larger side games.
  • Goalkeepers. The game trains keepers in the off season. It also trains forwards to shoot on goalkeepers rather than empty nets. With the modern game (back pass rule) 5-a-side also encourages goalkeepers to play as field players, improving their footwork on the ball.

Contact Us

Broomfield Soccer Club

2150 W. 6th Ave, Suite F
Broomfield, Colorado 80020

Email Us: info@broomfieldsoccerclub.org
Phone : 303-466-0096
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