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INDIANA ADULT LEAGUES



Men:

        
Women:


Coed:

  • West Central Suburban Soccer Federation (Indy) (U25)  Mike Hill
  • Westfield Youth Soccer Association (Adult games)          Dan Neumann

 


 

2016 Indiana Adult State Cup Information: 

Games will be played May 20-22, 2016*

Men's Open, Men's U23, Men's Over30, Women's Open Divisions

Any League team may apply - no longer restricted to league champions. 
Single elimination format.
Maximum 22 player roster pool.  Maximum 18 players per game.
Must have 11 players from league roster in roster pool for cup games.
Limited Substituion - (no reentry per half per player)
Overtime - Two (2) 15 minute periods played in their entirety (no golden goal)
If still tied after OT, then FIFA Kicks from the Mark.


Applications will open on April 1, 2016



Application closes on May 10, 2016 at 5:00 PM

Application fee due May 10, 2016 ($200)
        Mail to Indiana Soccer, 9333 N. Meridian, Ste. 225, Indianapolis, IN  46260

Roster Freeze May 20, 2016 (or first game if prior to May 20)

Location: Grand Park, Westfield, Indiana

Champions will receive berth to the Region II Tournament of Champions.

Questions - please contact tournament director:   Angel Hall


*Date changed due to Regional event date change to June 11-12, 2016.


UNITED STATES ADULT SOCCER ASSOCIATION

The United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) is the premier national soccer organization dedicated to participation in, enjoyment and growth of adult soccer across America.  The USASA is recognized for providing leadership and valued programs, resources and services to support our member organizations, making "Soccer - your game for life."


MIDWEST (REGION II) ADULT SOCCER ASSOCIATION
Midwest Soccer is comprised of the 14 states in Region 2 of the United States Adult Soccer Association.  Midwest Soccer promotes the beautiful game and connect adult soccer players, leagues, associations, and communities throughout the Midwest to not only the premier adult soccer association (USASA) but also to USSF and FIFA. The purpose of the Midwest Region is to promote the game of soccer for men and women in the 14 states and to increase the popularity of the our common interest: soccer.


NATIONAL ADULT CUPS COMPETITION
The National Adult Cups Competition is the oldest and most prestigious soccer tournament in the United States for any person who is a member of a team playing in a league of four or more teams affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation and the United States Adult Soccer Association.  The competition began in 1914 for the Men’s Open Cup. In 1923, the Men’s Amateur Cup was added, In 1980 the Women’s Amateur and Over 30 Cups were begun. Each year, some 250 teams across the United States participate in the National Cups Competition.

Midwest (Region II) website link for National Cups 

USASA National website link for National Cups

Indiana Teams Participatings will post Performance Bonds:  Indiana adult teams wishing to enter any National Cups games, will pay the entry fee for the event and post a $500 bond to be held by Indiana Soccer or USASA or Region II. These bonds are refundable once the team completes their obligation for event participation. Teams entering muliple events will post bonds for each event.



OTHER ADULT COMPETITION LINKS

 

USASA Veterans Cup
USASA CO-ED Cup

 



REFEREES FOR ADULT COMPETITIONS
(Notes for Referees about Indiana Adult Soccer)
 
Please see the list of affiliated leagues above before considering assigning for or accepting assignments from any league.

We will enforce the "no pass - no play" rule. Remember, if you allow unregistered players in the game it is no longer considered sanctioned.


There are 2 legal player passes in use for 2012-2013.  There is the "online" pass with integral picture used by all leagues except NWI Old Boys Leauge . This is a pass specific to only the Northwest Old Boys League. Everyone else uses the state generated pass with the picture on the front and the waiver statement on the back. Illegal copies are usually immediately apparent. Make sure you get a sample of a real card from your assignor.


If you encounter what you believe are illegal copies of player passes, do not seize the card, unless it's laughably obvious. Allow the player to play and later notify any member of the State Board either by phone or e-mail that you believe you have seen copied passes.



ADULT PARTICIPANT ACCIDENT INSURANCE CLAIMS 
 
Note: Claims must be filed within 90 days of the date of the accident.

Information regarding Adult particpation insurance and claim forms can be accessed via the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) website under "Resources and Downlads/Forms.  All insurance questions and forms are included in this section including "Claims Filing Instructions," "Claim FAQ," and individual forms.  Most of the informatoin is in both English and Spanish.






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