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THE PHIL CARPINI MEMORIAL

IN-TOWN SOCCER TOURNAMENT

OCTOBER 25-OCTOBER 26, 2008

 

The format of the tournament is comparable to the way most recreational soccer tournaments are run across the country.  The tournament format was very well received in a survey of the parents/players/coaches after previous year’s tournaments.  Teams were assigned to groups of 3-5 teams based on their records during the season so that comparable strength teams would play each other on Saturday with each team playing two other teams in the first round.  The top two teams from each group would advance to the semifinals/finals on Sunday (5th/6th Grade Boys will have the top team in each flight plus the 2nd place team with the most points advancing to the semifinals/finals). Shootouts only occur in the semi final rounds.   Vendors for food, Livingston Soccer Club clothing, action photography, entertainment, and games will be there as well.

 

Format:

Games for 5th-12th graders are two 25minute halves.

 

7th-9th Grade Boys: 12 teams — 3 groups of 4 teams.

 

In the semi-finals, the team with the most points from the first round games will play the team with the least points and the 2nd and 3rd ranked teams will play each other--that is, 1st v 4th and 2nd v 3rd.  

 

Semi-final games must be played out to determine a winner. For 3rd/4th grade we will play overtime 6v6 for 5 minutes and then 5v5 with no goalie for 5 minutes sudden death.  If we are still tied, then FIFA penalty kick rules apply--each team takes five kicks; if still tied, each team takes one additional kick until the tie is broken. Separate shootout rules will be handed out before semi-final games.  For 5th-12th grade we will go immediately to FIFA penalty kicks.

 

Finals games if tied at the end of regulation, two 5-minute overtime periods “sudden death” will be played with teams changing goals after the first 5-minute period.  If still tied at the end of the 10 minutes of overtime, then a draw shall occur and co-champions declared.

 

Source of the Scoring System:

 

Scoring System

 

The maximum number of points per game is 11 and it can be achieved with a 3-0 victory.  Forfeits from any game will be counted as a 3-0 victory.  Teams will earn points for advancement into the semi-finals play and to determine semi-final pairings based on the following system:

 

·              7 points for each win

·              3 points for each tie

·              0 points for each loss

·              1 point per goal up to a maximum of 3 points per game

·              1 point for a shutout

·              -1 point for each goal above a differential of 6 (-2 points for a 10-2 victory)

 

Scoring System

 

In case of a tie between two or more teams for a place in the semi-finals, the following tiebreakers will be used:

 

1.

Head-to-Head Play--Only to break a tie between two teams with the same number of points; if three or more teams have the same number of points, Tie Breakers #2-#8 apply until only two teams are left, then TB #1 applies.

2.

Most Wins.

3.

Fewest Losses.

4.

Goal Differential--Goals for minus goals against--maximum of a +/- 3 goal differential per game.

5.

Fewest Goals Allowed.

6.

Total Goals Scored--Based on a maximum goal differential of +3 per game.

7.

Shutout Victories.

8.

Shutouts--includes 0-0 ties.

9.

Standings during the season.

 

Examples of the scoring/tie breaking system are as follows:

 

 

Score

Winner's Points

Loser's

Points

W/L Goal Differential

Goals

Scored

 

Score

Winner's Points

Loser's

Points

W/L Goal Differential

Goals Scored

1-0

9

0

+1/-1

1/0

5-4

10

3

+1/-1

5/4

10-0

7

0

+3/-3

3/0

2-1

9

1

+1/-1

2/1

3-0

11

0

+3/-3

3/0

3-1

10

1

+2/-2

3/1

5-2

10

2

+3/-3

5/2

0-0

4

4

0/0

0/0

8-4

10

3

+3/-3

7/4

3-3

6

6

0/0

3/3

4-3

10

3

+1/-1

4/3

5-5

6

6

0/0

5/5

 

    

Team A     3-0     0-0     15 Points     1 Win     0 Goals Allowed A is #1/B is #2
Team B     3-1     2-2     15 Points     1 Win     3 Goals Allowed A did not play B
           
Team A     6-2     2-1     19 Points     2 Wins    3 Goals Allowed +4 Goal Differential  A is #1
Team B     3-2     2-1     19 points     2 Wins    3 Goals Allowed +2 Goal Differential  B is #2

 

General Information

 

 

·                     All Livingston Soccer Club playing rules (including playing time!) apply.

·                     Coaches must register their teams at least 30 minutes before the start of the first game.  They must make sure to have a game report form

·                     Teams should have copies of game report form and should give the game report form to the referee at the end of the game

·                     Any player or coach receiving a Red Card will not be allowed to participate in the rest of the tournament.

·                     The referee will record the score of the game on the form, have each coach initial it, and return it to the winning coach (or the home team coach in case of a tie) to bring back to the scorer's table.  Remember—what you sign for is what the result will be.

·                     At the end of the game, teams must shake hands off the field.

 





 


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