The Under 18 (U18) Age Group is for players who are 15 ,16, 17, or 18 years old as of 12/31 of the current year.
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Game and Schedule Information
Joint Intramural League game and schedule info: JIL Home
U15 Game Rules
- U18 uses a Size 5 Ball
- Games are 40 minute halves
- All players must play at least half the game
- Do not keep score
- FIFA Laws of the Game apply except for unlimited substitutions or additional rules per the Joint IM League
- Players should play in all positions through the season (rotating positions)
- Coaches must remain on the Sidelines and at midfield only
- All Players are required to wear shin guards and soccer shoes
- Mouthguards are not required but are recommended for all players
- Cups are not required but are recommended for all boys
- Sports glasses are not required but are recommended for all players using eye glasses
- Players are not permitted to play if they are wearing casts or splints of any kind
- Heading is not to be taught, practiced,or encouraged at age groups U10 or below. Heading should only be taught at the older age groups by licensed coaches. This is an area where these is a lot of controversy so please be very careful
- No Jewelry or Earrings - even for newly pierced ears (this is a FIFA rule designed to prevent injuries)
- No Slide Tackling
- All Players must play a minimum of 1/2 of each game including parts of each half or quarter
- Teams and coaches are to line up and shake hands at mid-field following each game
- Parents/coaches - please provide a good example to the children by showing respect to the opposing team, the opposing coaches, and the referee.
- Both teams should play with the number of players agreed upon by both coaches prior to the game. If one team has has only 7 players for an 8v8 game then the teams can play 7v7.
- One team can loan players to the other to make the teams more even
- Goal is to allow kids to play. Be creative.
- Teams can play quarters instead of halves or take extra water breaks during the game to give players a rest and prevent dehydration. The players’ safety is priority number 1.
- Click Here for more info on how to prevent Heat Illness