All teams/coaches need to report to the secretariat at least 60 minutes before their first match (opening ceremony will be held at 10:00) of the tournament. Teams must also arrive 5 minutes before their match at the designated field.
2. Eligibility of players
All players born on or after 01-01-2011 are eligible to play in the tournament. It is allowed for amateur teams to participate in the tournament with 4 dispensation players (players born in the year 2010). Of these 4 players, a maximum of 3 players may be on the field at the same time. A list of all players names and dates of birth must be provided before the start of the tournament.
3. Match duration
We play 8 to 8 on a half field. All pool matches will last 20 minutes. The matches to decide final position will be 2 x 15 minutes plus a 5 minute break and an change of end. The Quick’20 referees will referee all matches. The beginning and end of the matches will announce over the loudspeaker system. Only when a penalty is given, can a match be extended. There is no toss of a coin at the beginning of a game. The first team named can choose the goal. The other team has the kick off.
3A. The Kick-off
The kick-off is taken by one of the teams in the middle of the field. Both teams start from their own half. You can score directly from the kick-off.
The Back-pass (played through a foot) may not be taken by the keeper during the tournament. A Back-pass that does not go through the foot (shin, knee, upper body and head) may be picked up.
3C. Hind ball
The hind ball is taken off the ground within the goalkeeper's area by passing or shooting the ball. The hind ball can be taken by both the keeper and a field player.
3D. Out Ball/bounds
With a shot, the game is resumed by dribbling. After the ball is dribbled in, the player who dribbles can score immediately.
3E. Free ball
A free ball may be passed, dribbled, or shot
3F. Corner kick
Corner kicks are taken from the corner points of the playing field by dribbling or passing the ball. In both cases, after dribbling or scoring, the player who takes the corner may score immediately. The opponent is at least five meters away.
All teams are placed in one of four pools consisting of seven teams. All teams within a pool will play all other teams. After all games have been played, positions 1 and 2 from each group go through to the cross-finals for places 1 to 8, 3 and 4 from each group go through to the cross-finals for places 9 to 16, 5 and 6 to the post 17 to 24 and all seven numbers to the post 25 to 28.
If more than one team in a pool finishes with the same number of points, then the position in the pool is decided by:
- Goal difference
- The mutual result
- The team with the most goals scored
If none of the above provide a winner, than 3 penalties (*) are taken.
In all matches where a winner is required, and there is no outright winner in normal play, then penalties (*) will be taken to obtain a winner. There will be no extra time played, except in the final. Here extra time will be 2 x 5 minutes.
* Penalties should be taken by 3 different players, who participated in that game.
If after the first series of penalties there is no winner, then the penalty shootout continue with alternate penalties taken by players who have not already taken a penalty.
Each team must have an alternate team strip. The team that is named first in the competition program should play in the alternate team strip if required.
6. Disciplinary sanctions
- A player who receives a yellow card, is noted by the referee and reported to the tournament management. - A second yellow card means a red card and that player is suspension for rest of that game and the next game - A direct red card means that player is suspended for rest of that game, the next game and depending on the severity of the offense, the referee, in consultation with the tournament committee, can decide to impose a heavier penalty.
7. Other provisions
Joer International and Quick’20 take no responsibility for any loss and / or damage during, before and after the tournament.
In cases where these regulations do not provide the tournament director will decide.