Tournament rules



Rules Madsby Pigecup 2019:
Rules are based on the set of rules for DBUJylland, but supplemented with a few small changes at Madsby Pigecup:

8-man:
Rule rules: At the start of the match, a draw is drawn about the half of the court. If two teams have the same shirt color, the latter must change sweaters. Playing with ball size 4. The playing time is 2 x 15 minutes There is just room for a few minutes of half-time break. Replacements are notified to the judge before the match – replacement is permitted throughout the match, which may only be replaced by game stoppages and with the referee’s permission.

Game launch:
The Initial Park is straightforward. The players on the team that do not give up the ball must be mine. 7 meters from the ball until it is in play.

Goal kick:
At goal kicks and free kicks in their own penalty area, the opponents must be outside the penalty area and min. 7 meters from the ball. The ball must be “on the grass” and kicked out completely as after the football law. And the goalkeeper is not allowed to pick up the ball by intentional return, whether it be U-11, U-12 or U-13/14/15 (see the different rules for 5-man).

Free kick:
At free kicks, opponents must be min. 7 meters from the ball All free kicks are direct, however, the free kick to the attacking team in the opponent’s penalty area, which after the football law would result in an indirect free kick, result in a direct free kick outside the penalty area – closest to the offense. Penalty kick: Penalty kicks are taken 8 meters from the finish line and in the middle of the goal. Other players – except the goalkeeper – must be behind the penalty kick and mine. 7 meters from the ball. Corner kick: The opponents must be min. 7 meters from the ball.
In U-11 and U-12, the corner spot is taken at a point on the finish line between the sideline and the field. In U-13, U-14 and U-15, corner kicks are “completely out of the corner flag”.

Warning: If a player is given a warning (yellow card), this will result in a 5-minute expulsion by the player. Extra player on the field: It is in all rows allowed to put one extra player on the pitch as long as a team is backwards with three goals or more. For every three goals extra a team gets behind, another player must be added, which must be eliminated accordingly: Number of players:

A team may consist of an unlimited number of players through tournament, but a maximum of 12 players may be used in each 8-man match.

5-man:
Almost the same rules, though with a few changes:

The biggest change compared to 8-man: The goalkeeper is allowed to touch the ball with his hands when a player kicks or throws the ball to his own goalkeeper, no matter how this happens.

Remember also: Distance rule is 5 meters compared to the 7 meters at 8-man.

Goal kick:
Goal kicks and free kicks in their own goal field must be performed by the goalkeeper as kick or throw and it is therefore not done when the goalkeeper has just put the team on the ground.

Corner kick: Performs at a point on the goal line between the target field and the sideline.

Number of players:
A team may consist of an unlimited number of players through tournament, but a maximum of 10 players may be used in every 5 man’s match. And regarding. extra player is the same as for 8-man.

11-man:
Please refer to the tournament rules for DBUJylland. Here it is allowed in the U-14 (lowest level) to put in an extra player when you come back with 3 goals and at Madsby Pigecup where you play U-14 / U-15 as a row applies the same.

A team may consist of an unlimited number of players through tournament, but a maximum of 14 players may be used in each 11-man match.
Any warning in 11-man is also 5 minutes.

In general, all rows apply:
Coaches, managers, parents must stay on the sidelines.