|WASA Administrator||Jerry Merz||414-545-7227, *813|
|Men's League Coordinator||Milos Stojsavljevic ,email@example.com||414-545-7227, *821|
(Word Document of the following)
Part 1 - Playing Season: Official season
begins in June and runs through July at which time all players are released.
Part 2 - Player Eligibility: Each player must be at least 16 as of June 1. Players under eighteen, and/or current WYSA youth players must complete the appropriate WYSA Youth Player Application for Adult League Games and the Amateur Athletic Minor Waiver and Release of Liability. These forms must be presented prior to the first game. Players must not turn 23 prior to June 1 for U23. Three over-age waivers are allowed per team in the men's league, unlimited overage players in the women's league. Maximum roster is 24, maximum playing in any game, 24.
Part 3 - Team Registration: Each team must be registered on or before May 3, 2006. Each registration must include:
1. Payment of league fee to WASA (see Summer League fee schedule document)
2. Team Registration Form (Word Document)
3. See Registration button for addionall information.
Part 4 - Player Registration: Each player must present a valid player pass to the referee prior to the start of each game. Player cards will be issued following payment of the required fees and complete application materials. It is the team's responsibility to keep and present the cards, and a penalty will be assessed for lost cards. A completed player roster must be presented at each game. Player registration for players not otherwise registered with the USSF, $32 (includes pass and insurance). Youth players (holding a WYSA pass) age 16 or 17 pay $20.00.
Part 4 - Player Registration: Each player must
present a valid player pass to the referee prior to the start of each game.
Player cards will be issued following payment of the required fees and complete
application materials. It is the team's responsibility to keep and present the
cards, and a penalty will be assessed for lost cards. A completed player roster
must be presented at each game. Player registration for players not otherwise
registered with the USSF, $32 (includes pass and insurance). Youth players
(holding a WYSA pass) age 16 or 17 pay $20.00.
Part 5 - Referee Reports: Referee report blanks (see electronic version of form) will be provided to each team. It is the team's responsibility to assure the referee report form is presented to the referee prior to each game. Game scores will be sent to the WASA office via e-mail within 24 hours of the game.
Part 6 - Schedule Changes:Only the WASA has the authority to reschedule any league games.
Part 7 - No Shows: A grace period of fifteen minutes will be allowed, after which time the game will be forfeited and the win given to the team in attendance by virtue of forfeit. A fine of $50 will be assessed to the team not at the game.
Part 8 - Home Team: The Home Team is responsible a safe field upon which to play (lined, nets and corner flags) and alternate uniforms as required by the referee.
Part 9 - Season Standings: The league winning team receive a WASA U23 Men's League trophy and has the option of traveling to the Tournament of Champions as Wisconsin's representative the following season. Points are awarded as follows:
Win = 3 points Tie = 1 point Loss = 0 points
Tie breaker decided by head-to-head, most wins, and least goals against, in this order.
Part 10 - Referee: The referee shall have the final authority regarding the safety of the game, weather, field conditions or other situations that lead to the postponement or suspension of the game. Should no referee appear at the field, call the State Referee Assignor. After a period of fifteen minutes, the two coaches may agree on a substitute referee. Should no substitute be acceptable, the game is cancelled and will be rescheduled by the WASA administrator.
Part 11 - Tournaments and Team Travel: Team must have WASA permission to travel out of state, must play only in USSF/WASA sanctioned tournaments against affiliated teams.
Part 12 - Fees and Penalties:
See 2005 Summer League Fees (Excel Document)
Part 13 - The Game: The game will be played according to FIFA rules except for unlimited substitution. All games to begin as noted by League Coordinator (Information Follows). Sunday games are reserved for games where one or both teams must travel over 45 minutes to the game site, at the discretion of the league and team. Men's games to be held Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons.
Part 14 - Penalties and Suspensions:
1. Two yellow cards in one game I Game
2. Red Card 2 Games
3. Challenging referee 1 or More Games
4. Fighting 3 or More Games
5. Referee Abuse 4 Games Minimum
6. Referee Assault Minimum 1 Year
7. Three Yellows in One Season 1 Game
8. Other to be Determined by WASA Any red card suspension will be served in the U23 league and not carry over to another league, except for any violent offense (hitting, attacking the referee, etc.), which will carry over to any other league in which the player may participate.
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