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October 29th & 30th 2016


SMASH Cup welcomes the Futboleros!


Our Mission:

Is to bring breast health awareness to all who attend and to further the "Think Pink" movement in our community.


We're partnering with Nor-Cal Think Pink.
Nor-Cal Think Pink originated in 1997, with the hope of raising funds and support to spread the importance of breast cancer awareness. Early detection has a 98% cure rate, and it’s the goal that local events like this can increase knowledge and help save lives.
We’d love for you to join us this year and help the cause!

 



Division Competitive U12-U19 Boys and Girls
Entry Fee $575.00
Guest Players 3
Tournament Director: Chad New,
Phone: 530-221-1885
Mobile: 530-338-4889
Email: chad@reddingsoccerpark.com

 

SMASH Cup Rules

Cost
$575.00 per team
 
Divisions
Boys and Girls Competitive U12-U19


Accepted Organizations
All USYS, US Club, and CYSA Teams are welcome
 
Application Information and Deadline
Tournament application deadline: October 7th, 2016
Teams applying after the deadline may be considered only if there are any existing vacancies and if no timely applicants are rejected in order to accommodate a late application. The tournament director will not consider applications if they do not contain the appropriate DTC stamp, if incomplete or if not accompanied by entry fees. In the instance that the tournament fills all brackets prior to the application deadline, the tournament reserves the right to declare that it is full and closed to applications.
Notification of team acceptance or rejection will be sent to every applicant by October 14h 2016
A refund of the team’s entry fee (if submitted) will be included in notices sent to rejected teams CYSA Form 2605 (Rev 10/05)

Withdrawing from the Tournament
If a team withdraws 14 days or less before a tournament, that team will forfeit all entry fees.
 
Credential Requirements
The following credentials must be presented at the team check-in at the Redding Soccer Park on Friday, October 28th from 6:00pm -8:30pm. You must notify and receive confirmation if you cannot make it to the check in on Friday night. Late check in will be at the Redding Soccer Park from 6:00 am -7:00 am October, 29th. Only the team manager or coach is required to be at the credential check-in. Players do not need to be present. Any team manager or coach not providing credentials meeting the requirements listed below will not participate:
• An official team roster, including any applicable player add forms, player release forms, player transfer forms, adult add forms, and guest player forms stamped and signed by the appropriate league, district and/or state registrar or officials.
• US Youth Soccer member passes from the same seasonal year for each player (including guest players) properly signed and stamped and approved by all required league, district and/or state registrar or officials.
• A US Youth Soccer membership form with the medical release and hold harmless declarations signed in original ink by the parent or guardian (or by the player in the instance where the player is 18 years of age) for each player and guest player.
• Each team must have at least one properly credentialed adult present on the sidelines of each game.
In addition to being checked at the pre-tournament credentials check-in, all members’ passes will be checked prior to the beginning of each game.
 
Guest Player Policy
Guest players will be allowed in accordance with the CYSA Guest Player Policy. There will be a maximum of 3 guest players allowed per team. All players must have current seasonal year player passes.

Game Cards
The tournament will provide games cards. Be prepared to attach your team roster at check-in. At the end of each game, both coaches should check the game card with the center referee to ensure it is correct before signing the game card.


Bench Area
Due to the layout of Redding Soccer Park, team benches are located on the outside of each field. Home team has their choice of bench. Teams are responsible for clean-up in their team bench area.

Home Team
Teams listed first on the game schedule will be designated the Home Team during the preliminary rounds. The team with the highest total shall be the Home Team in the Consolation/Championship games. The Home Team shall provide the game ball, and change jerseys if a color conflict exists.
 
Start Times and Forfeiture
Teams must check-in at the field marshals table prior to each game. All games will begin within five minutes of the scheduled start time. If a team has not taken the field with a minimum of seven players for U13-U19 and 6 players for U12, within the five minute grace period, the game will be forfeited to the team that has taken the field with at least seven players. If neither team takes the field within the five minute grace period, no points will be awarded to either team and the game will be declared a double forfeit.
The referee and/or Tournament Director may terminate a game at their discretion and award a forfeit if:
• A team leaves the field during a game without the referee's approval.
• A team is sent from the field by the referee for violent play and/or misconduct by coaches, players or fans.
• A team is deemed to be in gross violation of USYSA, CYSA or Redding Soccer Park tournament rules.
 
Substitutions
1.Unlimited Substitutions are allowed at the following times:
• Prior to your team’s throw-in
• Prior to a goal kick by either team
• After a goal by either team
• After an injury to either team if the injured player is substituted
• Prior to the start of the second half or overtime
 
2.Limited Substitutions:
• If a player receives a caution (yellow card), the coach will have the opportunity to substitute the cautioned player before the game is restarted. If substituted, the player may re-enter the game at the next unlimited substitution
 
3.No substitutions
• A player receiving an ejection (red card) from the game cannot be substituted for the remainder of the game. The team will have to play with fewer than eleven players, but not fewer than seven.
 
Sportsmanship and Conduct
Coaches are responsible for the conduct of their assistant coaches, players, team officials, parents, and spectators affiliated with their team.

Ejections
Any player, coach, assistant coach or registered team official who is sent off will automatically be suspended from their next game. The send off report will be forwarded to the Tournament Director and Tournament Disciplinary Committee (PAD Committee). Section 4:08 of the CYSA Bylaws will be used to assess the minimum mandatory penalties. Additional penalties may be imposed. Send-off reports and member passes, which must be retained if the penalty has not been served in its entirety, will be forwarded to the team’s District Commissioner. Any additional disciplinary action over and above that assessed by the Tournament Committee will be at the discretion of the member’s District or CYSA disciplinary committees.

Format for Games
The number of teams per age/gender division will be determined by the tournament committee, depending upon the number of qualified teams accepted per age/gender.
The number of teams per flight will depend on the number of teams per age/gender, process of determining winner and number of games played.
 
Length of Games
30 minute halves
Injury time will be added only in extreme cases and at the discretion of the referee. In all preliminary games ties will stand. In the championship/consolation games, in the event of a tie, two overtime periods of five minutes each will be played. The Golden Goal rule will NOT APPLY during the two over time periods. If the game is still tied after the second overtime period, then FIFA penalty kicks will determine the winning team. Teams will be given a minimum rest of two hours between games. The rest period will commence when a team’s game ends and will end with the team’s subsequent game begins.
 
Preliminary Game Points
Points shall be awarded to each team based on the following:
Condition Points
Win +6
Tie +3
Shutout +1 (includes 0-0)
Goals scored +1 each goal scored (maximum of 3 per game)
Red Card/Ejection -1 each player, -2 each coach
Maximum number of points for a shutout tied game: 4 points.
Maximum number of points for a tied game: 6 points.
Maximum number of points for a won game: 10 points.
Maximum number of points awarded for a forfeited game: 7 points.
 
Tie Breaker
In case of a tie in tournament points following the completion of the preliminary games, the advancing team will be determined based on the following criteria in the order specified.
1. Head to Head competition– team that won the head to head competition between the teams that are tied will advance (should there be a tie in tournament points between three or more teams, the tie-breaking procedure begins with #2 below)
2. When and if only two teams remain tied at any point while using this procedure, the order of tie breaking will recommence at #1 above)
a. Win/Loss record. Team with most wins advances.
b. Team with the highest goal differential advances-total goals scored less goals allowed (maximum differential of four per game)
c. Team with the fewest goals allowed advances
d. Team with most goals scored advances (not exceeding 4 goals counted for any game)
e. Team with the fewest red cards/ejections advances
f. Penalty kicks per FIFA guidelines
 
Advancing to Play-off Games
In preliminary games, the teams will typically play within their flight, depending on the number of teams per division:
1. Four team flight – Each team will play all teams in their flight. The teams with the highest two point totals will advance to the Championship Game and the two teams with the lowest two point totals will advance to the Consolation Game.
2. Five team flight – Each team will play all teams in their flight. The team with the highest point total will be crowned Champion. The team with the second highest point total will be considered runner up, and so on to fourth place.
3. Six team flight – Each team will play all games cross-flight and play a total of 3 flight games. The two teams with the highest number of points - regardless of flight - will advance to the Championship Game, and the next two highest point teams will advance to the Consolation Game.
4. Seven team flight – Each team will play a total of four games against a random selection of teams in the flight. The team with the highest point total will be crowned Champion. The team with the second highest point total will be considered runner up, and so on to fourth place.
5. Eight team flight – Each team will play all teams in their flight. The teams with the highest point total in their flight will advance to the Championship Game, and the teams with the second highest point total in their flight will advance to the Consolation Game.
6. Nine team flight – Each team in the flight of four will play all teams in their flight. Each team in the flight of five will play a random selection of teams in their flight. The teams with the highest point total in their flight will advance to the Championship Game, and the teams with the second highest point total in their flight will advance to the Consolation Game.
7. Ten team flight – In the three team flights, each team will play all teams in their flight and one cross-over game into the other flight. In the four team flight, each team will play all teams in their flight. The flight winners with the two highest point totals will advance to the Championship game. The third flight winner and the second place team with the highest point total will advance to the Consolation game.
8. Twelve team flight - Each team will play all teams in their flight. The flight winners with the two highest point totals will advance to the Championship game. The third flight winner and the second place team with the highest point total will advance to the Consolation game. The home team for all Championship/Consolation games shall be the team in the game with the higher point total from the preliminary rounds.
  
Medical Assistance
Any injuries should be reported to the Field Marshal and Tournament Director. Field Marshal shall complete an accident report for all injury reports. In the event of serious injury, emergency medical services will be called if requested by the parent, coach, or referee.
 
Weather
Redding Soccer Park is an all weather park; therefore tournaments will not be canceled due to severe weather except lightning or smoke. If the tournament is canceled any uncommitted entry fees will be returned to all participating teams with due allowance made for games played, awards, programs, and other unrecoverable expenses.
 
Other Situations
Under no circumstances will alcoholic beverages of any kind, tobacco products, or animals (except service dogs) be allowed within the confines of the tournament complex. NO STAKES MAY BE USED ON ANY OF THE PLAYING SURFACES.
No food or drinks can be brought into the Redding Soccer Park (except water for the players).
A gate fee of $4.00 will be charged for all spectators over the age of 12. Coaches, players, and referees will not be required to pay the gate fee.
The Tournament Committee will resolve any situation not covered by these rules.
 
Awards
1st place team awards will be presented in each division. Medals will also be given to all teams finishing in 1st through 3rd place in each division. Awards will be presented after the conclusion of each Championship/Consolation game.
 
All game results will be final. No protest will be considered.
 

 

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Tournament Director: Chad New
Office: 530-221-1885
Cell: 530-338-4889
Email: chad@reddingsoccerpark.com