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East Central Soccer District

Unseasonable Weather

East Central Scheduled Games – Spring 2018

The East Central Board has decided to cancel the first week of classic soccer games due to the unseasonable weather.  All games scheduled for Sunday April 22 through April 27 will be cancelled and will not be officially rescheduled nor will scores for these games be included in the standings. 

League games will resume starting April 28, 2018 for East Central Recreational, Academy and Classic Leagues.  Academy events will be determined on an event by event schedule. 

If the weather continues to make fields unplayable, games scheduled for April 29 through May5 may be moved by the home team to the week of June 24 for classic teams and July 15 for recreational teams.  All games scheduled for April 28th or later are considered part of the schedule and will need to be played. 

These scheduled movements apply only to East Central Scheduled events.  State league games are not included in this adjustment.    


Doris Schommer

East Central President

ecpres@new.rr.com

East Central Soccer League

 

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League Schedule

Days of Play

Referee Fees

Game Rescheduling

Modified Rules

Players Wanted

East Central Tryout Dates 2018-2019 season

East Central will follow the WYSA tryout policy

Tryouts can only start on or after the first date of tryouts and offers can only be made on the date and time indicated below.

 

Age Group and Gender Period of Open Promotion First Date of Tryouts First Date & Time of Offers
U11-U13 Boys and Girls May 18, 2018 June 1, 2018 June 15, 2018 at 12 noon
U14-U19 Boys and Girls May 25, 2018 June 8, 2018 June 22, 2018 at 12 noon

U8-U12 East Central Rule Review 2016

U11-12 Rules

These rules apply to ALL U11-U12 games:

  • Games are now 9v9 (1 goalie & 8 field players)
  •  Kickoffs can go in any directions
  • No heading at U11 – indirect free kick from the spot of the offense.  If the deliberate header occurs within the goal area, the indirect free kick should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the nearest point to where the infringement occurred

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New Policies

Tournaments/ Events

Sportsmanship


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