Terms And Condition
AVIV FOOTBALL LEAGUE
Law 1: The Pitch Dimension:
Length (Touch Line) 40m Width (Goal Line) 25m
RULE 2 : The Number of Players
- A match is played by two teams, each consists of not more than 6 players, one of whom is the goalkeeper.
- A match is abandoned if one of the teams has fewer than four player on the ground.
- Each team must have two substitute
A substitution may be made at any time, whether the ball is in play or not. To replace a player with a substitute, the following conditions must be observed:
- the player leaves the pitch via his own team’s substitution zone, save in the exceptions provided for in the Step Over Laws of the
- the substitute only enters the pitch after the player being replaced has
- the substitute enters the pitch via the substitution
- the substitution is completed when a substitute enters the pitch via the substitution
- from that moment, the substitute becomes a player and the player he has replaced becomes a substituted player
- the substituted player may take further part in the match (rolling substitution)
Rule 3: The Players’ Equipment Safety
- A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous to himself or another player (including any kind of jewellery).
- A jersey-Each goalkeeper must wear colour that distinguish him from the other
- Shin guards
- Footwear- football boots, canvas or soft leather training or gymnastic shoes with soles of rubber or a similar material
Rule 4: The Referees
- Each match is controlled by two referees, the referee and the second referee, who have full authority to enforce the Step Over Laws of the Game in connection with the match to which they have been
Rule 5: The Duration of the Match
- The match lasts two equal periods of 10 minutes, unless otherwise mutually agreed between the referee and the two Any agreement to alter the duration of the periods of play must be made before the start of play and must comply with the competition rules.
- The half-time interval must not exceed 5
- The teams are entitled to a half-minute time-out in each
Rule 6: The Start and Restart of Play
A kick-off is a way of starting or restarting play:
- at the start of the match
- after a goal has been scored
- at the start of the second half of the match
A goal may not be scored directly from the kick-off.
Rule 7: The Ball In and Out of Play
As per rules of normal official football match.
Rule 8: The Ball In and Out
The ball is out of play when:
- it has wholly crossed the goal line or touch line whether on the ground or in the air
- play has been stopped by the referees
The ball is in play at all other times, including when:
- it rebounds off a goalpost or crossbar and remains on the
- it rebounds off the referees when they are on the
Rule 9: Method of Scoring
- A goal is scored when the whole of the ball passes over the goal line, between the goalposts and under the crossbar, provided that no infringement of the Step Over Laws of the Game has been committed previously by the team scoring the
- A goal is disallowed if the goalkeeper of the attacking team throws or hits the ball intentionally with his hand or arm from inside his own penalty area and is the last player to touch or play the The match is restarted with a goal clearance to the opposing team.
Rule 10: Offside
There is no offside in 6on6 football.
Rule 11: Foul and Misconduct
- Fouls are penalised with a direct free kick, penalty kick or indirect free (according to normal official football match)
- Misconduct is penalised with a caution or a sending-off.
Rule 12: Free Kick
Free kicks are either direct or indirect. (According to normal official football match)
*All opponents must be at least 5 m from the ball until it is in play
Rule 13: Penalty Kick
As per rules of normal official football match.
- must be placed on the penalty mark
The player taking the penalty kicks:
- must be properly identified
The defending goalkeeper:
- must remain on his goal line, facing the kicker, between the goalposts until the ball has been kicked
The players other than the kicker must be located:
- on the pitch
- outside the penalty area
- behind the penalty mark
- at least 5 m from the penalty mark
Rule 14: The Kick In
- A kick-in is a method of restarting
- A kick-in is awarded to the opponents of the player who last touches the ball when the whole of the ball crosses the touch line, either on the ground or in the
- A goal may not be scored directly from a kick-in.
- Only ground kick in is
- at a distance of no less than 5 m from the place on the touch line where the kick-in is taken
Rule 15: The Goal Clearance
- The goal clearance is a method of restarting
- A goal clearance is awarded when the whole of the ball passes over the goal line, either on the ground or in the air, having last touched a player of the attacking team, and a goal is not scored in accordance with (Rule 9).
- A goal may not be scored directly from a goal
The opponent players must be:
- on the pitch and outside the penalty area of the team taking the goal clearance until the ball is in
- The ball is thrown from any point inside the penalty area by the goalkeeper of the defending
- The goalkeeper of the defending team takes the goal clearance within four seconds of being ready to do
- The ball is in play when it is thrown directly out of the penalty area by the goalkeeper of the defending