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GAME PLAY SUBSTITUTIONS


WHAT IS IT? Teams may substitute an unlimited number of players and


it must always be done through the substitution area.


WHEN during play, after goals, at halftime. Substitutions not allowed during stopped play, injury timeouts or possession timeouts


FUNDAMENTALS


COMMUNICATION A substitute should call her teammate’s name so she will know she’s being replaced.


ENTRY A substitute cannot step onto the field until the player she is replacing has entered the substitution


area, including the goalkeeper. DEVELOPMENTAL


A team may not have more than 12 players on the field at any one time. A full team is 11 field players and a goalkeeper.


Substitutions may not take place after the official’s hand is in contact with both centers’ sticks at the draw.


SUBSTITUTION AREA All players must enter and exit the field through the substitution area at all times during


the game, including after goals.


QUICKLY Players must enter field in a timely manner and may only be in sub area if substitution is imminent.


PLAY SAFE


The player leaving the field must have both feet over the side line before the substitute can enter field.


After a goal, substitutes may enter the game immediately through the substitution area.


If a player is removed from the field for any reason, no other players on the field may substitute or exchange positions on the field.


There shall be no substitutions during a re-draw. No substitutions during the change of ends between overtime periods.


52 GIRLS YOUTH RULES GUIDEBOOK


WHERE from the substitution area in front of scorer’s table


WHO players on either team WHY allow all players to play


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