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Tom Souden
4193 CR 436
Oak Grove, Arkansas
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Monday, August 19
08/17 league meeting minutes Berryville Comm Center

 

CAMSL Soccer League Meeting Minutes  . thanks to Brenda Dickey.

17 August 2013

Present: Absent:

Louis – Berryville Travis - Huntsville

Jac Ake – Bergman Rob Kerby – Green Forest

Shrey – Eureka

Brenda Dickey – Lead Hill

Matt Eastburn – Eureka

Ben Rodder – Eureka

Updates on each club given by representative.

Jamboree Dates:

September 21 – Lead Hill

September 28 – Huntsville

October 5 – Green Forest

October 12 – Eureka Springs

October 19 – Berryville

October 26 – Bergman

November 2 - Green Forest/Alpena

November 9 – Rain Date

Discussion on Green Forest Jamboree opening to outside teams. Our ref fees are still free as part of the league.

U18 teams are invited to the Lead Hill and Green Forest jamborees. Others are considering based on number of teams.

Discussion about basketball season seeming to lengthen each year and our need to maybe start our season earlier to avoid conflicts. Everyone seemed pro doing that to allow more kids to play both sports.

Razorbacks will be coming as a clinic during one of the jamborees. Likely Eureka, Bergman or Berryville. The age group they are working with will have no games for one hour while the put on a skills clinic.

There is a coaching clinic at Green Forest. Info from email is:

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COACHING CLINIC

The Coaching Clinic date has had to be changed to September 13-14 (Friday night and then Saturday). The Clinic will be conducted by Marlon Ivan Leon, former head coach of Guatemala's top pro team, Comunicaciones, which he led to 9 national championships and four regional gold cups. He also played 14 years on the Guatemalan national team. We have asked him to address 1) How to motivate and challenge young players 2) How to retain older players 3) How to run a fun practice that teaches something every session."

Soccerrom.com is a suggested link for resources for coaches.

Each jamboree host will set their own schedule and submit to Shrey to check for conflicts. They will be done in blocks of 4 jamborees. Thus we will have the first four jamboree schedules posted before play begins. All teams must be submitted by SEPT 7
th to be schedule for the first 4 jamborees.

We are beginning U12/U14 girls teams this fall. We will play 5 v 5 unless we have a greater response and can field larger teams. These 5 v 5 teams will play on U10 fields. The goal is to promote soccer to girls who might be intimidated playing with larger more physical boys. We will still have coed teams and these girls can play on both teams. Fewer players and smaller fields will yield more touches on the ball and more action for each player. That of course equals more fun! This action is in response to the decreasing number of girls continuing to play soccer once they hit 12 and up.

Ben Rodda will send out the 5 v 5 rules to everyone. We are looking for U10 girls only teams as well if we have the interest we will schedule games.

Everyone voted in support of developing girls teams in the league.

Jac proposed and Ben seconded with 4 voting yes and 2 absent that U8 play be 5 v 5 with a goalie instead of the 4 v 4 Fall and 5 v 5 Spring we had last year.

U6 is 3 v 3

U8 is 5 v 5

U10 is 6 v 6

U12 is 8 v 8

U14 and Up is 11 v 11 with a minimum of 7 players

Coaches and teams need to be ready to play 10 minutes before game time. Refs are to begin 10 minutes early whenever possible to make up for delays and keep the jamborees on schedule.

This was decided to because we agreed to shootouts for U12 and up for tie breakers. A shootout will have 5 players from each team shooting. The team with the most goals breaks the tie. Should there still be a tie after 5 players teams will select 5 different players. The first unanswered score breaks the tie.

Each coach needs to have a roster with birthdates and emergency contact info with them at each game.

ANY exceptions regarding players (ages, gear, etc) must be cleared before games with all coaches and refs.

Ref fees are age + $4 for U8 and up.

On U14 games with 2 refs $18 each. Total $36

With 3 refs $18 lead ref and $9 for 2
nd and 3rd ref. Total $36

U18 games $22 + $11 +11 or $22 + $22 Total $44

U8 = $12/game

U10 = $14/game

U12 = $16/game

U14 = $36/game

U18 = $44/game

Refs are to receive 1 meal and drink each per jamboree. If at all possible unlimited water is also to be provided.



Sunday, August 18
Updated Camasl League Play Rules for Fall 2013
CAMASL Soccer Rules Fall 2013 For all age brackets:

NB- Rules subject to change. PLEASE NOTE . U 8's will play 5 v 5 with Goalie in the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 Seasons.

- Overage/underage play.It is recommended not more than 2 years age difference if players playing up or down from their own age group and only in a hardship situation with both coaches consenting and informing referees and parents/spectators. Safety of the players shall be a #1 priority for coaches and officials with especially over-age players being advised to play with caution.

- Coaches will help to maintain control of parents/spectators .Please advise no-smoking where kids playing.

- Rules not stated below are covered in the USYSA modified rules for small-sided games on the ASSA website and USSF/ FIFA Rules .

 U6 Games:

- Minimum Field size: 15 x 20 yards; maximum field size: 25 x 30 yards

- Number of players on the field: 3v3 – no goalie (a player may play in the defensive position, but may not use his/her hands to stop/catch the ball)

- Size ball :  # 3 – Each team will supply a game ball .Make sure aired up to proper pressure.

- Start of the game: a coin will be tossed; the winner of the toss will decide which end of the field it wants;   the other team will get the ball for the kick-off (teams will then alternate kick-off for the remaining quarters)

- Duration of game: four 6 minute quarters

- Scoring: no scores or counting of goals will be kept .

- Substitution: at any stoppage and unlimited

- Referees: none – one coach from each team will act as supervisors:

            One coach will keep official time

            The other coach will have the whistle to start/stop play

- Fouls/penalties*: all fouls will be restarted with an indirect kick; no penalty kicks

            (coaches should explain what the foul was and why it should not be repeated)

- Coaches will drop the ball into play (new ball)  instead of using a player throw-in, goal kick, or corner kick

- No off-sides will be called

- Obvious hand-balls will be called; the other team will be awarded a direct kick

 

*Coaches/parents should realize that players this age usually do not commit fouls intentionally; coaches should utilize the foul call to keep pushing/shoving to a minimum for the safety of the players

           

 U8 Games:

- Minimum Field size: 25 x 35 yards; maximum field size: 35 x 45 yards * Add Goalie box.

- Number of players on the field: 5 v 5– with goalie , (player as goalie must wear different color jersey/pinnie.Substiting goalies recommended at the quarter or half-time xcept for injury.Player on field may take goalie position suitably dressed)

- Size ball: size 3 – each team will supply a properly aired-up game ball

- Start of the game: a coin will be tossed; the winner of the toss will decide which end of the field it wants;  

   The other team will get the ball for the kick-off(teams will then alternate kick-off for the remaining quarters .)

-New 2013 modified rule - No direct score from kick-off. 

  

- Duration of game: four 8 minute quarters

- Scoring: scores & counting of goals will be kept by the referee

- Substitution: at any stoppage and unlimited .It is recommended that coaches and teams be opposite from spectators and that subs come to half-way line to tag players coming off.

- Referees: one per game

- Fouls/penalties: all fouls will be restarted with a direct kick; no penalty kicks

- Corner kicks: will be used

- Throw-ins: players will be allowed to retake throw-ins

-* Officials/Coaches to offer advice/suggestions to Goalies as this a transition learning position re goalkicks etc. 6 seconds in possession before throwing or kicking ball out . Safety of players being the #1 concern re diving at feet etc.

- No off-sides will be called

 


 

 U10 Games:

- Minimum Field size: 35 x 45 yards; maximum field size: 45 x 60 yards

- Number of players on the field: 6v6 – one player will be designated as goalie and must wear a different   color jersey than that of his/her team-mates .Substituting goalie must do the same.

- Size ball: size 4 – home team will supply properly  aired-up game balls. 3 suggested.1 for kick-off ,others behind each goal to speed up game  and reduce stoppage delay .

- Start of the game: a coin will be tossed; the winner of the toss will decide which end of the field it wants;   the other team will get the ball for the kick-off (teams will then alternate kick-off for the remaining half)

- Duration of game: two 20 minute halves 5 min half-time

- Scoring: scores&counting of goals will be kept by the referee

- Substitution: at any stoppage and unlimited

- Referees: one per game

- Fouls/penalties:  will be called according to US Youth Soccer /Fifa Rules

- Corner kicks: will be used

- Throw-ins: an improper throw-in will result in a one time “do-over” for that player; further improper throw-ins will result in forfeit of the ball to the opposing team

- No offsides will be called  unless both coaches consent and inform referee & parents prior to a game and/or subsequent games start to do so.

 U12 Games:

- Minimum Field size: 45 x 70 yards; maximum field size: 55 x 80 yards

- Number of players on the field: 8v8 – one player will be designated as goalie and must wear a different  color jersey than that of his/her team-mates

- Size ball: size 4 – home team will supply a properly aired-up game ball .It is suggested that teams put a good aired-up ball behind each goal aswell so as to speed up game without retrieval delays.

- Start of the game: a coin will be tossed; the winner of the toss will decide which end of the field it wants;    the other team will get the ball for the kick-off (teams will then alternate kick-off for the remaining half)

- Duration of game: two x 25 or  30 minute halves 5 minute half-time break

- Scoring: scores/counting of goals will be kept by the referee

- Substitution: at any stoppage and unlimited .From half-way line if possible, entering when subbed player leaves field.

- Referees: one per game (no duals); 2 volunteer (nonpaid) linesmen, if available, will be used to help call   off-sides and out-of-bounds

- Fouls/penalties:  Will be called according to US Youth Soccer/FIFA Rules

- Corner kicks: will be used

- Throw-ins: improper throw-ins will result in forfeit of the ball to the opposing team

- Off-sides will be called


 

 U14/U16/U18 Games:

- Minimum Field size: 50 x 100 yards , Max 70 x 120

- Number of players on the field: 11v11* – one player will be designated as goalie and must wear a different  color jersey than that of his/her team-mates

- Size ball: size 5 – home team will supply a properly aired-up game ball .Suggested 2 extra balls , 1 placed  behind goal to speed up game restart .

- Start of the game: a coin will be tossed; the winner of the toss will decide which end of the field it wants;  the other team will get the ball for the kick-off (teams will then alternate kick-off for the remaining half)

- Duration of game: two 30 /35/40 minute halves as agreed apon by coaches & referee.

- Scoring: scores/counting of goals will be kept by the referee

- Substitution: at any stoppage and unlimited , from half-way line if possible.

- Referees: minimum of 2 (duals) per game; 3 referees is preferred – 1 center ref and 2 assistant refs  (linesmen); if 3 referees are not available – then 1 referee and 2 volunteer (nonpaid) linesmen, if available, will be used to help call off-sides and out-of-bounds

- Fouls/penalties: fouls/penalties will be called according to US Youth Soccer/FIFA  rules

- Corner kicks: will be used

- Throw-ins: improper throw-ins will result in forfeit of the ball to the opposing team

- Off-sides will be called

 

*If there are not enough players for 11v11; the game may be played with 8 v 8, 9 v 9 etc

 



Wednesday, October 13
Responsible Youth Sports Coaching and Parenting Guide

The Importance of Responsible Coaching

Why You Should Be A Responsible Coach

You should be a Responsible Coach because coaches are among the most influential adults in the lives of youth athletes. In conjunction with parents and schools, coaches are key to developing character in our children.

Children who are coached responsibly in sports achieve better grades, are less likely to engage in dangerous behavior, live longer and healthier lives due to improved fitness they carry forward from youth sports. Sports provide the ideal ‘virtual classroom’ for teaching life lessons, if coaches prepare themselves to become Responsible Coaches.

“There isn’t any other youth institution that equals sports as a setting in which to develop character. There just isn’t. Sports are the perfect setting because character is tested all the time.”

- John Gardner, Presidential Medal of Freedom Winner and Founding Member of Positive Coaching Alliance’s National Advisory Board


   
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