Soccer

Last Updated: Tue 17-May-2022



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SOCCER REGULATIONS - JUNIOR SSATIS
JSSATIS Soccer Guidelines
SOCCER STANDINGS & FIXTURES - NORTHERN SATIS
  CURRENT STANDINGSQueried: 17-May-22
#TeamGamesWonLostDrawForfeitPointsPPGForAgainst%
1St Patrick's Green
2St Patrick's Gold
3Scotch Oakburn
4Grammar
  SEASON FIXTURESQueried: 17-May-22
Round 1Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 13-May-22
4:00 PM
Scotch OakburnGrammarScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 13-May-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GreenSt Patrick's GoldSt Patrick's College
Round 2Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 20-May-22
4:00 PM
Scotch OakburnSt Patrick's GreenScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 20-May-22
4:00 PM
GrammarSt Patrick's GoldFaulkner Park
Round 3Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 27-May-22
4:00 PM
Scotch OakburnSt Patrick's GoldScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 27-May-22
4:00 PM
GrammarSt Patrick's GreenFaulkner Park
Round 4Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 3-Jun-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GoldSt Patrick's GreenSt Patrick's College
Fri 3-Jun-22
4:00 PM
GrammarScotch OakburnFaulkner Park
Round 5Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 17-Jun-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GreenScotch OakburnSt Patrick's College
Fri 17-Jun-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GoldGrammarSt Patrick's College
Round 6Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 24-Jun-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GreenGrammarSt Patrick's College
Fri 24-Jun-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GoldScotch OakburnSt Patrick's College
Round 7Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 1-Jul-22
4:00 PM
Scotch OakburnGrammarScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 1-Jul-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GreenSt Patrick's GoldSt Patrick's College
Round 8Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 29-Jul-22
4:00 PM
Scotch OakburnSt Patrick's GreenScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 29-Jul-22
4:00 PM
GrammarSt Patrick's GoldFaulkner Park
Round 9Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 5-Aug-22
4:00 PM
Scotch OakburnSt Patrick's GoldScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 5-Aug-22
4:00 PM
GrammarSt Patrick's GreenFaulkner Park
Round 10Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 12-Aug-22
4:00 PM
-- FINALS ROUND --Teams to be announced.
NSATIS Final (1v2)
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  CURRENT STANDINGSQueried: 17-May-22
#TeamGamesWonLostDrawForfeitPointsPPGForAgainst%
1St Patrick's White
2St Patrick's Red
3St Patrick's Green
4St Patrick's Gold
5Scotch Oakburn Navy
6Scotch Oakburn Gold
7Grammar Blue
8Grammar Black
  SEASON FIXTURESQueried: 17-May-22
Round 1Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 20-May-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn NavyScotch Oakburn GoldScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 20-May-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GoldSt Patrick's WhiteSt Patrick's College
Fri 20-May-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's RedSt Patrick's GreenSt Patrick's College
Fri 20-May-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlueGrammar BlackFaulkner Park
Round 2Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 27-May-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn GoldGrammar BlackScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 27-May-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's WhiteSt Patrick's RedSt Patrick's College
Fri 27-May-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GoldSt Patrick's GreenSt Patrick's College
Fri 27-May-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlueScotch Oakburn NavyFaulkner Park
Round 3Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 3-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn GoldSt Patrick's RedScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 3-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn NavySt Patrick's GoldScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 3-Jun-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's WhiteGrammar BlueSt Patrick's College
Fri 3-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlackSt Patrick's GreenFaulkner Park
Round 4Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 17-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn GoldSt Patrick's WhiteScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 17-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn NavySt Patrick's RedScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 17-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlackSt Patrick's GoldFaulkner Park
Fri 17-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlueSt Patrick's GreenFaulkner Park
Round 5Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 24-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn NavySt Patrick's WhiteScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 24-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn GoldSt Patrick's GreenScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 24-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlackSt Patrick's RedFaulkner Park
Fri 24-Jun-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlueSt Patrick's GoldFaulkner Park
Round 6Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 1-Jul-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn NavySt Patrick's GreenScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 1-Jul-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GoldScotch Oakburn GoldSt Patrick's College
Fri 1-Jul-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlackSt Patrick's WhiteFaulkner Park
Fri 1-Jul-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlueSt Patrick's RedFaulkner Park
Round 7Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 29-Jul-22
4:00 PM
Scotch Oakburn GoldGrammar BlueScotch Oakburn Park
Fri 29-Jul-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's RedSt Patrick's GoldSt Patrick's College
Fri 29-Jul-22
4:00 PM
St Patrick's GreenSt Patrick's WhiteSt Patrick's College
Fri 29-Jul-22
4:00 PM
Grammar BlackScotch Oakburn NavyFaulkner Park
Round 8Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 5-Aug-22
4:00 PM
-- BYE ---- BYE --
Semi Final (2v3)
Fri 5-Aug-22
4:00 PM
-- BYE ---- BYE --
Semi Final (1v4)
Round 9Home TeamAway TeamVenueResult
Fri 12-Aug-22
4:00 PM
-- BYE ---- BYE --
NSATIS Final
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SOCCER REGULATIONS - NORTHERN SATIS
JUNIOR SOCCER
1. Each game will consist of 2 x 30 minute halves with a 5-minute break.  In instances where light will be an issue, length of halves should be negotiated by the two coaches prior to the start of the match.  (20 minute halves should be the minimum.)  Games should start as close to 4.00 p.m. as possible.
2. The home team or first named team is to supply the referee, a match ball and 1 linesperson.   The visiting team is to provide 1 linesperson.
3. The Junior roster is to consist of Grade 7 & 8 players.  
4. Points for roster matches:
Win - 5 Points
Draw - 3 Points
Loss - 1 Point
Wash Out 3 Points
Forfeit (Win) 5 Points and 3-0 score recorded
Forfeit (Loss) 0 Points and 0-3 score recorded        
5. Qualifying for Finals
(a) In the event of two teams finishing on equal points at the end of the season then the teams qualifying for Semi-final positions and the Northern Final shall be decided on the results of games played between those equal teams (goal difference:  Goals scored - Goals Conceded).
(b) If the teams are still equal on their goal difference, then the ratio (total goals scored - total goals conceded) between all teams for the season shall be used.
6. Semi-Finals & Finals:
 a.  The length of rosters and the number of teams entered will determine the format for finals.  In cases where a grand final is played it will be    1 v 2 with 1 having the home game.  If it is decided to play semi-finals and a grand final the format will be:
 Week 1 Semi-Finals:    1 v 4      &       2 v 3
 Week 2 Grand Final:    Winning teams from Week 1 Semi-finals play in Grand Final.
b. The two teams play normal time.   If the score is a tie after the allotted time, extra time consisting of two 5 minutes each way, will be played to decide the finalist or premier.  If neither team score during extra time the Northern Premiership will be shared or if it is a semi-final the team finishing ahead on the ladder will proceed to finals.
c. Should the final be washed out, then the team finishing on top of the ladder will be declared the Premier unless teams agree to play on an alternative date.
d. Umpires for finals should be neutral
e. Venues for finals are determined by the team that finishes higher on the ladder.
 
7.  9/Side Rules
If numbers for teams are limited the delegates have the right to determine a variation from the usual 11/side to 9/side.  In such instances the following rules shall be applied:
           a.  9/side with a maximum of 5 on the bench
           b.  Each team must have a minimum of 7 players to constitute a game.
           C.  Where possible games should be played on the smaller grounds available at each venue.
 
NSATIS SENIOR SOCCER
1. Matches will be played under current ASF Rules subject to variations listed below:
GIRLS - Each game to consist of 2 x 35 - minute halves with a 5 minute break.
BOYS - Each game consist of 2 x 40 - minute halves with a 5 minute break.
JUNIOR - Each game consists of 2 x 30 minute halves with a 5 minute break.
2. NSATIS will appoint qualified referees.  If this is not possible the home team must supply the referee. The home team must also provide one match ball and 1 linesperson. The visiting team must also provide 1 linesperson.  Each team must complete and provide a copy to the referee a team sheet with names and numbers of all players.
3. Games being played between Independent Schools have no age limit.
4. Points for roster games between Independent Schools to determine Northern Premiership are as follows:
Win - 5 Points
Draw - 3 Points
Loss - 1 Point
Wash Out 3 Points
Forfeit (Win) 5 Points and 3-0 score recorded
Forfeit (Loss) 0 Points and 0-3 score recorded            
5. If teams are equal at the end of the roster, goal difference between those two teams is utilised. (Goals scored - Goals Conceded between the two equal teams.) The team with the greater difference being the winner.
6. Player numbers:                  
a. Four interchange players are allowed.
b. A minimum of seven players are required to play a game and a maximum of 15 on the     team sheet.
c. Players may be freely interchanged at any time during the game with permission from the referee.  All such changes to occur at the half way line.  Teams must wait at least 5 minutes between such changes.
7. Bookings:
a. If a player receives a yellow card a report must be sent to the NSATIS Administrative Officer. If a player collects three yellow cards in a season he is automatically suspended for the next match in which he is eligible to play. The NSATIS Administrative Officer would advise all schools of this.
b. If a player received a red card he is automatically suspended for the next match. A report must be sent to the NSATIS Administrative Officer who will decided if further action is necessary. All schools would be notified of such action and whether further action was being taken.
8. Qualifying for Finals
a. For the Northern Independent Premiership only, the matches against other schools first teams count.
b. In the event of two teams finishing on equal points at the end of the season then the teams qualifying for the Northern Final shall be decided on the results of the games played between those equal teams (goal difference - see Rule 5).
c. If the teams are still equal on goal their difference, then the ratio (total goals scored - total goals conceded) between all teams for the season shall be used.  
9. Northern Finals:
a. The two teams play normal time.   If the score is a tie after the allotted time, 10 minutes each way (boys), 5 minutes each way (girls) extra time will be played then to decide the premier.  If neither team score during extra time the Northern Premiership will be shared and the team finishing on top of the ladder will earn the right to contest the State Final.
b. Should the final be washed out, the Premiership will be shared and the team finishing on top of the ladder will earn the right to contest the State Final.
SOCCER REGULATIONS - SOUTHERN SATIS
GRADES/ROSTERS:
 
1. Grades played include 1st, 2nd, Year 10, Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7. There may also be divisions (1&2 or A&B) if there are too many teams for one roster.
2. Schools must have a team in the first division before being allowed a team in the second division.
3. If a school enters more than one team in the same division, there will be no interchange of players between the teams without the permission of the Chair of SSATIS.
 
GAMES/MATCHES:
 
4. Matches will be played under current regulations as applied by Football Federation Australia subject to variations listed below.
5. Venues
i. Matches will be played at school venues or suitable hired venues, if additional grounds are required.
ii. If hired venues are required for 1st Grade matches, a venue with lights is preferred.
6. Match Format
i. 1st Grade matches will consist of 2 x 30 minute halves, with a 5 minute break between halves, commencing at 4pm.
ii. All other grades will consist of 2 x 25 minutes halves, with a 5 minute break between halves, commencing at either 4pm or 4:15pm.
iii.  In matches which are likely to be compromised by poor light, games are expected to conclude by 5.15pm (daily sunset time). It is the joint responsibility of coaches to make a decision on shortening the match either at the beginning of the game or at half-time.
iv.  Grand Final matches may be lengethed by mutual agreement, if an earlier start or venue with lights is available.
7. Team Numbers
i. 1st grade: Teams will consist of eleven players with up to four interchange players. A team must have at least seven players to commence a match.
ii. All other grades: Teams will consist of eleven field players with number of interchange players negotiable.
iii. A team must have a minimum of seven players to commence a match.
8. Match Officials
i. The home team is to provide a referee with adequate experience and each team is to supply a competent linesperson.
ii. Central referees are supplied for 1st Grade matches by SSATIS.
9. Uniform requirements
i. Players in 1st Grade must have numbers on their shirts.
ii. Goalkeepers are to wear a different coloured top to the other players in their team and the opposition.
iii. Goalkeepers are to wear protective gloves.
iv. Shin pads must be worn and mouth guards are highly recommended.
v. Shin pads must not be visible; socks should be above the shin pads.
10. Equipment
i. Each school will provide a suitable match ball.
Boys: Year 7 size 4 ball, all other grades size 5 ball
Girls: Years 7 and 8 size 4 ball, all other grades size 5 ball
ii. Nets and Corner Posts should, wherever possible, be in place for all games. Finals should be played on good standard grounds and Nets and Corner Posts should be in place for these games.
 
General Regulations
11. Interchange Rule
i. 1st grade: In cases where abuse of the interchange rule occurs it has been recommended to referees that, unless in the case of serious injury, that a 5 minute gap between stoppages for interchange be invoked. No team should be disadvantaged if they have the maximum players allowed.
12. Bookings:
i. 1st grade: If a player receives a yellow card a report must be sent to the SSATIS Administrative Officer. If a player collects three yellow cards within a SSATIS season they are automatically suspended for the next match in the roster. The SSATIS Administrative Officer should advise all schools of this.
ii. If a player receives a red card he/she is automatically suspended for the next SSATIS match. Further action is left to the discretion of the school. In all cases a report must be sent to the SSATIS Administrative Officer.
13. Reporting Players:
i. The referee will take note of the incident and write details on the team sheet.
ii. The school involved must also report the incident to the SSATIS Administrative Officer.
 
FINALS & QUALIFYING:
 
14. Where possible, umpires will be independent for all finals.
15. Qualifying players for finals
i. To qualify to play in a final a player must have played at least half of the roster matches played by the team contesting the final.
16. Drawn Grand Finals
i. For Years 7 - 10 and 2nd Grade the team on top of the ladder at the end of the roster shall be the winner.
ii. 1st Grade should play two 5-minute halves of extra time where possible. If still tied the Premiership will be awarded to the team on top of the ladder.
17. Washed Out Grand Final
i. 1st and 2nd Grade should where possible, reschedule for a time that is suitable to both teams.
ii. For Years 7-10 the final shall be awarded to the team higher on the ladder.
 
RESULTS:
 
18. Results are to be sent to the SSATIS Admin Officer weekly so results can be entered and uploaded to the website.
19. Point score
Win/Forfeit = 5
Draw = 3
Loss = 1
Washout = 3
Forfeit against = 0
 
For general SSATIS regulations http://www.satis.com.au/regulations-ssatis/.
SOCCER REGULATIONS - STATEWIDE
Rules and Regulations for Boys and Girls              Last updated on 21/06/2016
 
 
Matches will be played under Football Federation Tasmania rules subject to variations listed below:
 
1. BOYS:  The game shall consist of two halves of 40 minutes. There will be a break of ten minutes at half time.
    GIRLS:  The game shall consist of two halves of 35 minutes.  There will be a break of five minutes at half time.
 
2. The venue will be decided by the host school but the pitch must be of Football Federation Tasmania dimensions.
 
3. If at the end of the game a tie exists there will be a 10 minute break, then extra time of 2 x 5 minute periods will be played. There will be no break between the two periods of extra time. If the match is still tied after extra time a penalty shoot-out should take place to determine the winner.
 
Shootout Format
Initially the shootout starts with five frames. In each frame, one player from each team will take a penalty shot. The shots go back and forth until one team is mathematically eliminated, thus negating the necessity of additional frames.
If the two teams are tied after five frames, they must each select an additional player to shoot in the sixth frame, and so on. A player may not shoot a second penalty shot until every player on the pitch has taken their first, including the goalkeepers. If this rare phenomenon occurs, the teams cycle around again using the same order they originally selected.
 
4. SATIS will be responsible for appointing officials for the game.
 
5. Teams will consist of eleven players and four interchange players.
 
6. Qualified referees are to be appointed to control matches.
 
7. The home team is responsible for supplying three suitable match balls.
 
8. Each school shall provide:
     a. A competent line person
     b. A team sheet with names and numbers of all players. A maximum of 15 players is allowed on each team sheet, allowing four interchange players per team.         Players may be freely interchanged at any time during the game with the permission of the referee. All such changes are to occur at the half way line. Teams must wait at least 5 minutes between such changes.
 
9.  A minimum of seven players is required to commence a game.
 
10.  All players must have a number on their shirt.
 
 
 
 

Note: The Home Team (displayed as the left-hand team in all fixtures) always carries the costs and responsibilities for hosting the game, regardless of venue.

Adrian Broughton (SSATIS)Soccer