The 2013 Knight Soccer League season starts Sunday, April 14
The two main law adaptations; no slide-tackling as defined by – going to ground to challenge for the ball in the presence of an opponent and maximum 5 outfield males. Goalkeepers can be female or male. Check with opponents and notify match official about playing more than 5 outfield women. Penalty kicks & drop-balls are taken by females. Ties go to 3 vs 3 PKs then 1 vs 1 if needed, females first then alternating male – female until you have a winner
Players signing as New Registrants can not play until they pay the KSL $20.Check the discipline page for suspended players before you sign a new player. Download and copy two game day team lists from the registration site for each match and give both to the referee with the $30 match fee before kick-off at the pre-match ID check. CLICK HERE for the Team Affiliation Form
Every KSL player must register online before they can play. CLICK HERE for Player Registration Players 18 or under must download, complete then have a parent sign the Parental Liability Acknowledgement form and deliver the form to a KSL officer before they can play. CLICK HERE for a pdf copy of the Parental Liability Acknowledgement Form
Red carded players & coaches must complete and submit the Red Card Incident Report. Players shown the red card and sent-off are automatically suspended one week. Players accumulating three yellow cards in the season are suspended for one week. Players accumulating 4 cautions in a season are suspended two weeks. Players accumulating 5 cautions in a season are suspended four weeks. Postponed matches will extend the suspension.
KSL fee, including BCSA team registration is $350 and must be paid before April 1, 2013 Teams using KSL fields contact the administrator for the field cost. Performance bond is $100. Referee fee of $30 to be paid before each game for approx. 15 games. Players not registered with a full member status BC Soccer 2012 / 2013 league pay $20 to register before they can play.
Teams that forfeit and do not play their scheduled match will be fined $150. Teams owing forfeit fines will be suspended until the fine is paid. The KSL will use part of the $150 fee to pay the referee if the game isn’t played. Teams short-handed can concede the points and use opposition players for a match. Scheduled matches played as friendlies will be considered sanctioned exhibitions. Home teams that fail to properly line the field or bring a net will be fined $50. Red cards have a $20 / week fine.
Players looking for a team
Email the administrator a brief resume with caliber, age & contact information to be sent to managers.
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Players with questions contact your manager who can contact the administrator.