CODE OF CONDUCT
- Applaud the performance of both teams.
- Be positive towards the referee.
- Acknowledge the efforts of the referee.
- Praise efforts, not results.
- Set a positive example for the players.
- Let players play their game, not yours.
CODE OF CONDUCT
- Have fun!
- Play hard but fair.
- Respect the laws of the game.
- Be committed to your team.
- Never argue with the referee.
- Be a good sport.
- Applaud all good play by all teams.
CODE OF CONDUCT
- Lead by example.
- Encourage sportsmanship.
- Insist on fair play and discipline.
- Develop team respect for referees.
- Be reasonable on demand of players.
- Positively reinforce the actions of players.
- Create an enjoyable sporting environment.
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Zealand Junior Football Club Cup is designed to celebrate the world game
of Football, to be played for the love of the game. The most important
thing for us is that all players taking part in the junior football tournament
have an amazing time on and off the pitch, play hard but fair and are
supported in a positive manner by their management and supporters, regardless
for the football tournament will be played in accordance with the NZF
rules where possible. Along with tournament rules, please see expected
code of conduct during the event below.
Entrance fee: $475 per team
4 Age Groups: Under 11s, 13s, 14s, 15s
The New Zealand Junior Football Club Cup (NZJFCC) in its sixth year, gets
set to welcome some of the country’s most famous clubs from North
and South Islands, as they prepare to go head to head in this Labour weekend
tournament on the stunning North Shore of Auckland at the home of Football.
Playing at the grounds with New Zealand’s best football facilities
is always a highlight for the teams lucky enough to take part. Add to
this, a fantastic mix of clubs involved and it makes for a cracking weekend
for all who share a love of the game.
Whether your club team is looking to test itself against some of the country’s
best young teams, or simply want an exciting end of season trip; the NZJFCC
is for you. The two divisions ensure plenty of even and competitive games,
at an event that promotes fair play and the friendship values of sport.
• Up to 12 teams per age group –
Maximum 4 teams per federation
• Any remaining places opened up after
• All teams will play a minimum of
• Scoring for seeding and pool games
is 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and no points for a loss.
• Time keeping will be to the referee’s
• Each team may register up to 14 players
(under 11 and 12) and 17 players (under 13, 14 and 15)
• Players to be registered to the club/school
they are representing and should have played at least four games for that
club during regular season.
• 1 guest play per team allowed, must
meet age criteria.
• Full event facilities onsite, including
hot and cold food on sale
All matches will be played under FIFA rules of the game with the following
Each age group will be broken in to three pools, with
each team playing the other teams in their pool once.
After pool matches, teams will be ranked 1-12, with the top 8 from each
age group qualifying for Cup Quarter Final (20 min each way) 1v8, 2v7,
3v6 and 4v5.
Teams ranked 9-12 play round robin for the plate.
Winners of Cup QF progress to Cup Semi Final (25 min each way) and losers
to Shield Semi Final (25 min each way).
Cup Finals and Shield Finals (25 min each way) to be played late Sunday
afternoon In the event of even points when ranking teams, the following
will apply -
1. Highest goal difference
2. Highest goals scored
3. Who beat who in pool play (only applies
if in same pool)
4. If goal difference is the same and the
amount of goals scored is equal, then toss of a coin will decide ranking.
Number of players per side Under 11s - 9 a side, including
Goalkeeper Under 13s, 14s and 15s: - 11 a side
Appropriate shirt, shorts and socks are required Goalkeepers to wear colour's,
which distinguish them from the other players Football boots and shin
pads are compulsory. Please note: Shin pads must be worn under socks
Start of play:
Kick off decided by the toss of a coin
Team winning the toss decides which goal they will attack in the first
half and who kicks off
Team sheets with a full list of all players’ names and dates of
birth must be supplied to the Global Games office before September 25th.
Players must be under age of grade as of 1st January 2015. i.e - under
11s born 2004
• Players to be registered to the club/school
they are representing and should have played at least three games for
that club during regular season.
• Players may only play in one grade
throughout the competition.
• Clubs can apply to bring in one guest
player. Girls a year older can apply to play down an age group. Maximum
of two per squad one year older, no limit on the number of girls in the
Where clubs are found to have played an ineligible player the following
sanction will apply:
• The offending team shall forfeit
any points gained in the game concerned
• The opposing team shall be awarded
the 3 points for the match 2-0 score
* One invitational team meeting age requirements
may be invited to enter the tournament each year, where a special dispensation
will be granted. Player registrations: Each team may register up to 15
players (under 11) and 18 players (under 13, 14 and 15)
A referee will be provided for each match, teams are
required to provide their own linesman. Main finals will have linesman
The off-side law WILL be applied.
Team cards will be issued at managers meeting Saturday morning 8am. A
new team card will need to be filled out prior to each match and handed
in to the Pitch Marshal before the game can begin. At the conclusion of
the match, the referee will record the result on the team cards and each
team manager must check the result and sign and hand back to pitch marshal
for submission to the control center where they will be loaded.
Up to 5 substitutes can be used for under 11 and 7 substitutes may be
used for under 13, 14 and 15, with unlimited interchange of players for
all grades (Rolling Subs), but only in stop in play, and requiring the
permission of the referee, and provided that:
1. Referee must be notified prior to a substitution
2. The player leaves the field completely
before the substitute goes on
3. Substitutions can only be made during
a break in play
4. Players always enter and leave from the
Under 10, 11, 12 Grades: A size 4 FIFA-approved match ball will be provided.
Under 14 & 15 Grades: A size 5 FIFA-approved match ball will be provided.
It is not possible to have lineman for every game, due to the shortage
of referees with two other major national tournaments on the same weekend.
As its important where possible to have neutral lineman, we now ask each
team to put forward a linesman who would be willing and able to assist
on 2-3 games over the weekend. They would assist in another grade, ensuring
they are not missing any of their team’s games.
Where there is a clash of colour's, the away team (second
named team) in the fixture must provide a change of shirts that does not
Any team not ready to take the pitch 2 mins before
kick off time will be required to forfeit the match. 2-0 score
St Johns is on site, but to ease their workload, each team is to have
a nominated first aider, who shall carry team first aid kit and ice.
If the referee deems a player to suffer from a blood injury and blood
is on themselves or their uniforms the game will be stopped by the ref
and the player will need to leave the pitch. Once treated and uniform
changed, the player may return to the match.
We would hope we don’t have any issues with sending offs, but firm
rulings will apply and result in a sending off when the following takes
place during a match - Serious foul play, foul and abusive language, persisting
in misconduct after having received cautions.
• Any player sent off is automatically
excluded from the next match;
• Any player receiving more than 3
yellow cards during the tournament will also miss the following match.
• All yellow and red cards to be reported
on the match cards, by both managers and referee.
Further punishment maybe imposed by the tournament committee if they feel
an offence is serious enough to warrant further action Team guidelines
and support. We take a zero policy on bad sportsmanship, both on and off
the pitch. The tournament is to be played in good spirits and for the
enjoyment of the game.
Team management is responsible for their team’s and supporter’s
conduct during the tournament.
Any team, including their supporters, found to be bringing the event in
to dispute will not be invited back to the tournament and risks other
teams from their club not being allowed that same right. We reserve the
right to remove any person from the event.
A tournament committee will be out in place for the duration of the event.
Any disputes/issues a team may have during the tournament needs to be
made in writing by team managers for the committee to arbitrate and make
judgment, within one hour of any incident. - Any decision they make is