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TIME FACTORS TIME & SCORE


WHAT IS IT? The home team will assign a timekeeper to keep the


regulation playing time and agreed- upon halftime. A separate scorekeeper to record the score is preferred but not required.


FUNDAMENTALS


BEFORE Decide duration of halftime with coaches and officials before game. RUNNING CLOCK In all games, the


clock is running after goals. During the last 2 minutes of each half the clock will stop on every whistle unless there is a 10 or more goal differential.


SCORING U9 and U11 may choose not to keep score.


OVERTIME U13 and U15 games can end in a tie or result in a maximum of two 3-minute sudden victory running time periods after a 5-minute rest and coin toss to choose field side. Alternate possession carries over from regulation.


DEVELOPMENTAL


U9 - 20 minute halves with scoring optional


U11 - 20 minute halves with scoring optional U13 - 25 minute halves U15 - 25 minute halves


There is no overtime in U9 & U11. PLAY SAFE


Each team shall be permitted two timeouts during regulation that do not carry over into overtime. Each team is permitted one timeout during overtime. No timeouts permitted in the last 5 minutes if the running clock cannot be stopped (tournament play).


A coach or player on field may request a timeout after a goal or anytime the requestor’s team is in clear possession of the ball.


10 minute halftime unless discussed before the start of the game.


Teams change ends to begin the second half.


42 GIRLS YOUTH RULES GUIDEBOOK WHEN all games


WHERE scorer’s/timer’s table on the sideline at midfield


WHO home team appointed personnel or volunteers WHY keep regulation time and score


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