"EST 1985"
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In keeping with current State Legislation smoking is not permitted within the following areas: official’s tents, erected marquees, playing areas, toilets and food outlets. The area of a playing field includes the technical area and the spectator areas of each playing field. All School grounds are non smoking.
Under SCCSA by-laws, NO DOGS are permitted on SCCSA controlled grounds for fixtures, finals, training, representative games or carnivals.
In accordance with the SCCSA By-Laws, no alcohol is to be consumed at
Association sanctioned games or training.
A clearly identified Home Ground Official must be in attendance whilst games are in progress.
Seating for coaches, managers and reserves must be provided at least 1 metre from
one touch line, either side of the centre line or flag. (Under 11s up)
A barrier, 2 metres from the touch lines, and parallel to them must be in place.
No one is allowed behind the goal lines.
Games must start and finish on time – no period of grace is permitted.
Five minutes before the scheduled kick off time, each team shall give the referee
a properly completed team sheet and one match ball.
A responsible person from each club will act as a lines-person as directed by the
match referee to indicate whether the ball is in or out of play. (9s up)
The Home Team is the team that is listed first in the fixtures.
When two teams from the same soccer club are playing each other,
or where there is a clash of playing strip colours, the ‘away’ team must change
strip or wear bibs for the game.
For Under 11s and above, points are allocated: Win – 3 points,
Draw – 1 point, Loss – 0 points.
For senior men,: Win – 3 points, Score Draw – 2 points,
No Score Draw – 1 point, Loss – 0 points.
Byes/forfeits are 3 points and 3 goals for the team that has a bye or does not forfeit.
The team that finishes on top of the fixtures ladder is declared Premiers. In the case of a tie, the team with the best goal difference will be declared Premiers.
At the end of fixtures, the top 4 teams in each age group/division will play the final series.
SEMI FINALS: (A) 1 v 2 - winner to finals. (B) 3 v 4
PRELIMINARY FINALS: Loser (A) v Winner (B)
GRAND FINAL: Winner (A) v Preliminary Winner
Should there only be 8 or more teams in a competitive age group and there is no “A” and “B’ divisions, then we will have a “Plate Competition”. It shall be conducted between teams 5 to 8 in each competitive division at the end of the Premiership competition. The minor Semi Final shall be between the 7th and 8th teams on the ladder. The loser is to vacate the competition. The major Semi Final shall be between the 5th and 6th teams on the ladder. The winner to go into the Plate Grand Final, and the loser to play against the winner of the minor Semi Final, called the Preliminary Final. The winner of the Preliminary Final to enter the Plate Grand Final, the loser to vacate the competition. The winner of the Plate Grand Final will be called the “The (Age Division) Plate Champions”
The winners of the Grand Finals will be declared Grand Champions.
For the Finals Series Penalty Shoot-Out rules will apply.
A boot inspection for players will be done 30 minutes before kick off.
These are held on the Saturday and Monday of the long weekend in May. SCCSA enter teams from Under 10s to senior men. Venue to be announced.
Representative player trials are held at the end of the season so that squads/teams may be selected for the following year State Titles. Usual teams are:-U10 North, U10 South, U11 North, U11 South, U12 North, U12 South, U13 North, U13 South, U14 North, U14 South, U18, Senior Men, Ladies and O30's. Contact your secretary for further details.
Only 5 representative players are allowed in one club team unless all the Rep players are ‘home grown’
Presentation of trophies and awards will be made at the end of season
Gala Presentation Night
commemorates the patron of the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association and is presented to the player that accumulates the most votes for being the best and fairest player during the fixtures part of the season. Best and fairest medals are also awarded in each competitive age group. Points are awarded during each game; the final tally is kept secret until the S.C.C.S.A. Presentation Evening.
Awarded to the representative player that most consistently demonstrates the skills, attitude and behaviour befitting an ambassador to Churches Soccer.
Clubs require a minimum of 3 teams in the competitive fixtures competition. Their total games won for the Season averaged over the number of teams fielded in all competitive divisions determines the winner.
5 & 10 YEAR MEDAL :
Presented to members who have been registered with SCCSA for 5 and 10 yrs or more.