U6 Soccer Rules
U6 Soccer Rules are much simpler than the rules for older players. The main purpose of the game is to create a fun environment for the players. No goals are scored, and spectators are limited to a distance of six to ten feet away from the goal. The players are allowed to pass the ball but they are not allowed to kick it. Also, no goalkeepers are permitted. If a team score, a penalty kick will be taken.
In the age group of U6, under the U6 Soccer Rules the referee is the official who determines whether a goal has been scored. XTSC referees will make every effort to explain any fouls called during play. There are no penalties, but all teams are allowed up to three coaches. The referee will not be permitted on the field unless an injury occurs. All infringements will result in an indirect kick.
The ball is played with a size three soccer ball. The ball should be at least five meters long and four feet wide. A goal is considered a successful goal if it crosses the goal line. When a player scores a goal, the team that scored should back off to the midfield and allow the other team to bring the other team back into the game. If a team loses the possession of the football, the attacking team must give the other team a chance to recover.
When a goal is scored, the opposing team may take a kick within the defending team’s goal area. All other FIFA rules apply to a goal kick. After a goal is scored, the ball must be played by a second player. The second player must play the ball before a goal can be scored. A foul must be clear to a player, and the player must be at least five meters away from the ball before the throw-in can be taken.
The game starts with a kickoff at the centre of the field. A player who receives the ball must touch it with their foot until another player touches it. The team must have four players on the field. A substitution may only occur during the kickoff if the ball reaches the opposite side of the field. In addition, the opponents of the team taking the kickoff must be five meters away from the ball until the ball is kicked.
When a player takes a free kick, he must not touch the ball until he or she has touched it with his or her head. The kicker must have both hands to throw the ball. The goalkeeper must be able to stop a free kick if it is not thrown by the opponent. If a player misses the attempt, the team may score a goal. If the goalkeeper is able to make the throw, the team scores.
If a player is fouled, he or she must stop it. A foul is considered a foul and may result in a foul. A penalty kick may also be called if a player is tackled and the other team is unable to defend it. The penalty kick is a direct hit. The ball must be passed or kicked. After the kick, the opponent cannot touch the ball. A goal can only be scored if the opponent is within five meters of the ball.
Under U6 Soccer Rules the players are allowed to wear jewelry or watch a game from the sidelines. While players are allowed to wear jewelry and other items, they must stay on their side of the field during a match. The referee may not be able to tell whether the ball is touched or not due to a foul, but he will determine if it has been touched before it crosses the end line.
A defender must not block the ball. A defender may not pass the ball to his opponent. In addition, he must not stray from his teammates. The defender must wait until all of his opponents are past the build-out line before he can kick the ball. The goalie must be at least five yards away from the ball before a corner kick can be taken. The keeper must not touch the ball, a player can only be sent off if he or she is caught doing something that is unsafe.