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Futsal Indoor Soccer League/Registration Is Now Open 

The Montana Rush Futsal Soccer Indoor League consists 1 winter session. Sessions begin on Tuesday November 12th. The Futsal program is a fun recreational program that is designed to allow the players to have a fun indoor experience with soccer. The program does not form specific teams but rather, teams are formed depending on whom shows up for the program. You can pay a one time fee of $150 or can pay according to the payment plan.

Register for your players age group here:

Players born 2009-2011    https://www.gotsport.com/asp/application/reg/?ProgramID=85278&Type=PLAYER
Players born 2006-2008    https://www.gotsport.com/asp/application/reg/?ProgramID=85279&Type=PLAYER
Players born 2005 Thru High School https://www.gotsport.com/asp/application/reg/?ProgramID=85277&Type=PLAYER

Program dates are detailed in the registration form

The Futsal indoor soccer facility building is located at the Trades & Industries Building at MT ExpoPark400 3rd St. N.W., Great Falls, MT 59404CLICK HERE TO SEE A MAP OR GET DIRECTIIONS Please contact the Club Administrator at [email protected] if you require further details, or have any questions.


Indoor Soccer | Futsal Rules Indoor Soccer | Futsal Rules

  1. FIELD PLAY

(a)  Futsal rules apply to field play (open & league), except where they conflict with the following rules (b) through (i).

(b)  We do not allow play off the walls.  There is a clearly marked touchline on both sides of the field that will be used for determining out of play.

(c)  No slide tackles are allowed in the facility.

(d)  Offsides rules do not apply in league or tournament play.

(e)  Goal kicks may be taken from anywhere within the marked goal box.  If a goal kick travels beyond center line before touching a player (either team) or before touching the field, an indirect free kick is awarded to the defensive team at center line.

(f)  If the ball goes out of play at the touchlines, the last team to touch the ball loses possession & the ball is returned to play with a “kick-in” (no throw-ins)

(g)  If a goalkeeper throws the ball beyond centerline before touching a player or before touching the field, the defensive team is awarded the ball at centerline.

(h)  If the ball touches the ceiling netting, the last team to touch the ball loses possession and the opposing team is awarded an indirect kick from the spot of the net touch.

(i)  Play resumes with an indirect kick from the spot of the infraction after fouls, handballs, or other infractions.

 

  1. BEHAVIOR POLICY

 

We are fortunate to have a club that maintains an indoor facility & offers league & open play.  In return, the club expects players to play with fairness, respect for other players, & respect for the rules.

We rely on fairness by all players in judging out of bounds, possession on “out of bounds”, “hand-ball” calls, fouls, keeper possession of ball, etc.

Please help keep your teammates under control in the event emotions are taking over.

ANY player, spectator, or parent will be removed from the facility if they become:

 

  • verbally or physically abusive towards any club representative (administrator/coach/assistant)
  • verbally or physically abusive towards another spectator/player

 

If the person is refuses to leave, police will be called.

 

  1. TEAM RULES

 

(a)  During league play teams will use registered players only.

(b) All participants in games & warm-ups must have read & signed (including electronically at sign-up) the facility waiver prior to entry to the field.

 

  1. ELIGIBLE PLAYERS
  • All players must be registered with the club for league play – No exceptions.
  • A player may only play for one team during league play, unless permission to transfer teams is granted by the club.

 

(c) Teams will be allowed to register a maximum of 11 players.

 

  1. POINTS & STANDINGS
  • 3 Points for a win

 

1 Point for a tie

0 Points for a loss

 

  • For all games, any goals scored by one team that exceed by a margin greater than five (5) will not count for “goal differential” tabulation in league standing tie breakers.
  1. DURATION OF GAMES
  • There shall be no overtime in any league game.
  • Games shall consist of 2 x 25 minute halves, There will be a running clock.  No clock stoppages.

 

(c)  League games to terminate at the end of regulation time.

 

  1. TIE BREAKING RULES – SEASON STANDINGS

 

The following tie breaking rules will be used to determine final standing where two or more teams are tied on points for season standings purposes.

 

  • Previous Match Results – the most points gained in the match(es) between the teams concerned shall be used to determine the final standing.
  • Goal Difference – for any teams still tied, by deducting goals against from goals for, in all games, the highest goal difference shall be used to determine the final standings.
  • Fewest Goals Conceded – for any teams still tied, the fewest goals conceded, in all games, shall be used to determine the final standings.

 

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Montana Rush Soccer Club

P.O. Box 1648 
Great Falls, Montana 59403

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 406-231-6333
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