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GAME PLAY GOAL AREA


WHAT IS IT? The goalkeeper is the player who is responsible for guarding


the goal within the goal circle. The goalkeeper is protected by special equipment, a larger stick with a deeper pocket, and the goal circle.


WHEN practices and games FUNDAMENTALS


GOAL CIRCLE A circle measured 8.5ft from the center of the goal line to the outer edge of the circle’s line.


GOAL A net on two 6ft high posts connected by a 6ft crossbar with a triangular base. The goal line must be 2in


drawn between the two posts.


DEVELOPMENTAL U9 - Goalkeeper optional U11 - All players take turns in goal


U13 - It’s a good practice to rotate multiple players in goal during practices and games.


U15 - It is good practice to have at least two trained goalkeepers for your team.


There will be no deputy allowed for youth play at any level.


EQUIPMENT A helmet with a face mask, separate throat protector, padded gloves, mouthpiece, chest protector, pelvic and abdominal protection, thigh


and shin guards.


STICK The goalkeeper stick with its deeper pocket is larger and longer than a field player’s stick.


PLAY SAFE


The goalkeeper is allowed in the goal circle at any time.


Goalkeeper may reach her stick out of her goal circle to bring ball back provided no part of her body is “grounded” outside the circle. She may also cover the ball with her stick and pull it back into her goal circle as long as no opponent is in a position to play the ball.


The goalkeeper’s stick is the only stick that may use a mesh pocket and have more than two shooting strings.


Teams should have at least two goalkeeper sticks for the team to share.


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The goalkeeper may not exchange sticks with a field player.


GIRLS YOUTH RULES GUIDEBOOK


WHERE in and around the goal circle as well as in front and behind the goal


WHO only one player allowed in goal circle at any one time


WHY to protect the goal from shots and clear the ball


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