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Junior College Rules ((Adopted April 5, 2012; effective July 1, 2012.)Printable

Rules enacted for all Community Colleges (Adopted April 5, 2012; effective July 1, 2012.)

CCCAA constitution by-law about playing rules for soccer.
The by-law is at :

Soccer is covered in By-Law 4.2.8:

4.2.8 SOCCER
A. All conference competition contests shall be played under current Federation
Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) laws with the following modifications:

1. Unlimited substitutions are permitted and shall be made only during the
following: kickoffs, goal kicks, your own throw-ins, your own corner kicks,
cautions (yellow cards), injuries, or any time the other team substitutes.

2. An unlimited number of players are permitted on the team roster. For soccer, all
disqualifications (including those not covered under Bylaw 4) are subject to a
one (1) game suspension.

3. A game shall include two (2) 45-minute halves.

4. Once an official halts play due to an injury, the attending medical personnel will
assume authority regarding the disposition of the injured player.

5. Referees shall show yellow and red cards issued to coaches for misconduct.
(Adopted & effective April 4, 2007.)

6. The center official is required to notify both coaches as to the amount of
stoppage time added for both halves. (Adopted April 2, 2009; effective July 1, 2009.)

7. If a game is suspended prior to the 70th minute and cannot be resumed, it shall be
deemed a no-contest. If a game is suspended after the 70th minute and cannot be
resumed, the score at the time of suspension stands as the final score. (Adopted
April 5, 2012; effective July 1, 2012.)

8. That provisions for teams, including water, benches, and canopies (when
provided for the home team) shall be in place at least one (1) hour prior to game
time. (Adopted April 5, 2012; effective July 1, 2012.)

There is no Overtime play in regular season games.
Use Common Sense. Many coaches may not be aware of the
changes made each year. Don't make it an arguing point.Going