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					2010 SOCCER RULES
     MEETINGS
        DAVID ANDERSON
  Iowa High School Athletic Association
      Assistant Executive Director

        JASON ESLINGER
  Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union
          Soccer Administrator
         WELCOME

APPRECIATE THE WILLINGNESS OF
OUR HOST SCHOOL TO OFFER THEIR
FACILITY FOR OUR MEETING.

ATTENDANCE FORMS WILL BE
COMPLETED AT THE END OF THE
MEETING.
THIS POWERPOINT PRESENTATION WAS
 COMPILED JOINTLY BY THE STAFFS OF
  THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION AND THE IOWA GIRLS HIGH
      SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION
          SOCCER CONTACTS
BOYS: DAVID ANDERSON
      515-432-2011 danderson@iahsaa.org
GIRLS: Jason Eslinger
       515-288-9741 jasoneslinger@ighsau.org
       ANNOUNCEMENTS
• Announcements From Schools or
  Officials

• Short Presentation From The Iowa High
  School Soccer Coaches Association
Iowa High School Soccer
  Coaches Association
     Spring 2010
 IHSSCA AGM and Clinic
March, 2010
Location TBA

Friday Night: Coach participation
 sessions, Social


Saturday Clinic and Annual General
 Meeting
  Anticipated Presenters:
   Sean Holmes, Drake University
   Brandon Ermels, Iowa Central Community
      IHSSCA Membership
• Annual Dues: $20
  – Agenda Item for AGM: Fee Structure for
    Entire Staff
• AGM/Clinic: $50
• Pre-register for AGM with Dues: $65

• Should be covered for Head Coach by
  schools
IHSSCA Membership Benefits
• Rankings
   – Committee for each: Class 1A, 2A, and 3A (Boys)
   – Will be factored into Sub-State pairings (Boys)

• All-Tournament Teams (Boys and Girls)

• All-State Teams and Academic All-State Teams (Boys and
  Girls)
   – Only players of member coaches eligible
   – Only member coaches may vote

• Coaching Recognition
   – Coaching Milestones – 50, 100 victories
   – Coach of the Year
   – Hall of Fame

• East/West All-Star Game
        Iowa High School Soccer
          Coaches Association

        Website: www.iahssca.org
Contact us:
Kepler Johnson, President: president@iahssca.org

Greg Fiscus, Rankings Chair: rankings@iahssca.org

Jamie Holmes, Secretary/Registrar:
secretary@iahssca.org
          ANNOUNCEMENTS




• PRE-REGISTER NOW AT www.iowareferees.org

  Date: Saturday March 13, 2010
  Location: Des Moines University, Des Moines
  Pregistration: Open: www.iowareferees.org
• Registration / Check-In: 8:00-9:00am
• Academy: 9:00am-5:00pm
• Cost: FREE!
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
 STARTING DATE FOR PRACTICE
    BOYS – MARCH 15, 2010
    GIRLS – MARCH 22, 2010

  FIRST COMPETITION DATE
    BOYS – APRIL 1, 2010
    GIRLS – APRIL 5, 2010
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
     REMINDER OF GIRLS
   ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE

   8TH GRADE GIRLS ARE NO
 LONGER ELIGIBLE TO PRACTICE
    OR PLAY WITH THE HIGH
        SCHOOL TEAM
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
          PLAYING DATES
BOYS – THIRTEEN (13), THREE (3) OF WHICH
MAY BE MULTIPLE TEAM TOURNAMENTS,
CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT NO LONGER
EXEMPT FROM THE COUNT – LIMIT OF
EIGHT (8) TEAMS
INDIVIDUAL LIMITATION – SIXTEEN (16)
GAMES – THREE (3) HALVES PER DAY –
WAIVED FOR MULTIPLE TEAM
TOURNAMENTS
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
            PLAYING DATES
GIRLS –GIRLS ARE ALLOWED TO PLAY A
MAXIMUM OF SEVENTEEN (17) MATCHES
PER LEVEL OF COMPETITION.
Individual Player Limitation may not exceed
six (6) halves in a calendar day. There is no
season match limitation for an individual
player.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
           SCRIMMAGES
BOYS AND GIRLS EACH ALLOWED ONE
SCRIMMAGE ANY TIME DURING THE
SEASON.
           JAMBOREES
BOYS AND GIRLS EACH ALLOWED ONE
JAMBOREE AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF
PRACTICE. FOR GIRLS, UNTIL THE FIRST
PLAYING DATE. FOR BOYS, ANYTIME
DURING THE SEASON
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
   TOURNAMENT GAME BALL
       BOYS AND GIRLS
      SPALDING TF-5000
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
       MARGIN OF VICTORY

THERE IS NO MARGIN OF VICTORY FOR
BOYS. FOR GIRLS, THE MATCH SHALL BE
DECLARED COMPLETED WHEN ONE TEAM
HAS A LEAD OF 10 GOALS AT HALFTIME OR
LATER IN THE GAME.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

          OVERTIME
 SAME OVERTIME PROCEDURE FOR
   BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS – ONLY
 DIFFERENCE IS THE GIRLS REQUIRE
 ALL TIED VARSITY GAMES TO HAVE
     OVERTIME – BOYS DO NOT
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
   BOYS AND GIRLS OVERTIME
         PROCEDURE
1.TWO TEN MINUTE SUDDEN VICTORY
  OVERTIMES WILL BE PLAYED.
2.IF THE TIE REMAINS, PENALTY KICKS WILL
  BE USED. FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE ON
  PAGE 81 & 82 OF THE RULE BOOK, ITEMS
  3, 4 AND 5.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
     IOWA CONDUCT RULES

ANY PLAYER RECEIVING A CAUTION
(YELLOW CARD) MUST LEAVE THE GAME
FOR TEN (10) CONSECUTIVE MINUTES.
PENALTY WILL CARRYOVER FROM HALF
TO HALF AND END OF GAME TO
OVERTIME AND OVERTIME TO OVERTIME.
A CAUTION IN THE SECOND OVERTIME
WILL RESULT IN NO FURTHER PLAY.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
     IOWA CONDUCT RULES
ANY PLAYER DISQUALIFIED (RED CARD)
FOR ANY REASON MUST LEAVE THE
GAME AND A SUBSTITUTION WILL NOT BE
PERMITTED. THE TEAM WILL PLAY SHORT
FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE GAME.

ALL RED CARDS MUST BE REPORTED TO
THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION OR THE IOWA GIRLS HIGH
SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
      IOWA CONDUCT RULES
           BOYS ONLY
ANY TEAM RECEIVING FOUR VARSITY RED
CARDS, INCLUDING COACH CARDS,WILL
NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE
POST SEASON TOURNAMENT. IF THE
FOURTH CARD IS RECEIVED IN A POST
SEASON TOURNAMENT GAME, THE GAME
WILL END AND THE TEAM WILL FORFEIT
THE CONTEST.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
    IOWA CONDUCT RULES
         BOYS ONLY
ANY VARSITY COACH RECEIVING
TWO RED CARDS OVER A THREE YEAR
PERIOD WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO
COACH HIS/HER TEAM IN THE POST-
SEASON TOURNAMENT FOR TWO YEARS.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
       ONLINE GAME REPORT
            BOYS ONLY
WE WANT TO CONTINUE THE ONLINE GAME REPORTING
DONE LAST YEAR. FOLLOWING EACH GAME, AN
ADMINISTRATOR FROM THE HOME SCHOOL, THE
REFEREE(S), ASSISTANT REFEREE(S) AND BOTH HEAD
COACHES NEED TO COMPLETE A REPORT. A FUTURE
MAILING WILL GIVE INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDING THE WEB
ADDRESS. THE REPORT FORM WILL HAVE SOME
MODIFICATIONS RECOMMENDED BY THE IOWA REFEREE
COMMITTEE AND THE SOCCER ADVISORY COMMITTEE.
    2010 Points of Emphasis
 NFHS   Rule Changes
 Bench Control and Language
 Goal Scoring Opportunities
 Offside
   BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT
        INFORMATION
• THERE ARE THREE CLASSES OF BOYS
  SOCCER– CLASS 3A (48 schools) – CLASS 2A
  (48 schools) – CLASS 1A (remainder of schools)
• SUBSTATE GAMES WILL BE PLAYED ON MAY
  24, 26, 29
• BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT WILL BE A
  THREE (3) DAY TOURNAMENT
• DATES – JUNE 3, 4, 5
• LOCATON – COWNIE SOCCER PARK-DES
  MOINES
  GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT
        INFORMATION

• REGIONAL GAMES WILL BE PLAYED
  ON MAY 27, JUNE 1, 2, 4, & 7
• GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT WILL BE A
  THREE (3) DAY TOURNAMENT
• DATES – JUNE 10, 11, & 12
• LOCATON – MUSCATINE SOCCER
  COMPLEX
    National Federation of State
     High School Associations




   2009-2010
NFHS Soccer Rules
   PowerPoint




                          Take Part. Get Set For Life.™
               State of High School
                Soccer Nationally
•Soccer is the fifth-most popular sport for boys and girls at the high
school level.
•According to the 2007-08 High School Athletics Participation Survey
which is listed in the 2008-09 NFHS Handbook:
   •383,561 – H.S. Boys participate in the sport
   •346,545 – H.S. Girls participate in the sport
   •11,122 – H.S. Boys programs participate
   throughout the country
   •10,543 – H.S. Girls programs participate
   throughout the country
  National Federation of State
   High School Associations




 NFHS Soccer
Rules Changes




                        Take Part. Get Set For Life.™
         NFHS Interpretation Policy

•Each state high school association adopting these NFHS soccer rules is
the sole and exclusive source of binding rules interpretations for contests
involving its member schools. Any person having questions about the
interpretation of NFHS soccer rules should contact the soccer rules
interpreter designated by his or her state high school association.
National Federation of State
 High School Associations




                      Take Part. Get Set For Life.™
    National Federation of State
     High School Associations




   NFHS Soccer
Points of Emphasis




                          Take Part. Get Set For Life.™
       National Federation of State
        High School Associations




NFHS Soccer Rules Book
   Additional Items




                             Take Part. Get Set For Life.™
Comparison of NFHS and NCAA Rules
          and FIFA Laws




                              Page: 69-80
  ATTENDANCE
    FORMS
FILL THE BUBBLES FROM
THE INSIDE OUT

MARK BOYS/GIRLS COACH
OR BOYS/GIRLS OFFICIAL

ONLY MARK “HEAD COACH”
IF A GIRLS OR BOYS HEAD
SOCCER COACH

ALL ATTENDEES FILL IN
EVERY AREA, EXCEPT THE
SOCIAL SECURITY
SCHOOL CODES ON THE
BACK OF FORM
OFFICIALS FILL IN THE
LAST FOUR SOCIAL
SECURITY NUMBERS
EVERYONE FILLS OUT THE
BOTTOM SECTION
THIS POWERPOINT PRESENTATION WAS
 COMPILED JOINTLY BY THE STAFFS OF
  THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION AND THE IOWA GIRLS HIGH
      SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION
          SOCCER CONTACTS
BOYS: DAVID ANDERSON
      515-432-2011 danderson@iahsaa.org
GIRLS: Jason Eslinger
       515-288-9741 jasonelsinger@ighsau.org

				
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