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Note: Below are articles and information about the 9-10 Academy program and current Indiana Soccer playing rules for the U9 and U10 Travel Player. 

GENERAL GUIDELINES AND POLICIES FOR ISL ACADEMEY AND TRAVEL IN INDIANA
ISL Rules - complete rules document (updated July 2012)
Code of Conduct - for use by teams, will be enforced without the league collecting the form.
Scheduling Meeting Presentation(updated Fall 2013)
How To Report Game Scores - (updated Fall 2013)
Referee/Team Information Sheet - quick list of game day procedures - (updated Fall 2013)
Game Day Procedures/Rules for U10 Play - (updated Fall 2013)
Indiana Soccer Modified Playing Rules - league exceptions to FIFA rules - (updated Fall 2013)
Modified Playing Rules for ISL U10 Games
 - (updated Fall 2014)
ISL Golden Boot/Glove & All Division Team Descriptions
Indiana Soccer Cold Weather Guidelines (updated October 2013)
Indiana Soccer Hot Weather Guidelines (updated October 2013)

Academy or Team/League Format Differences?
Why Academy Style?

Sample U9-10 Academy Curriculum

Sample Circuit Training for U9-10 Academies

U9-U10 Pre-Match Message Routine (UNITED Program)
UNITED Promotional Video
 
U10 TRAVEL RULES
Academy Soccer Pic Cutters
Game Day Procedures/Rules for U10 Play - (updated Fall 2013)
Indiana Soccer Modified Playing Rules - league exceptions to FIFA rules - (updated Fall 2013)
Modified Playing Rules for ISL U10 Games
 - (updated Fall 2014)
ISL Golden Boot/Glove & All Division Team Descriptions
Indiana Soccer Cold Weather Guidelines (updated October 2013)
Indiana Soccer Hot Weather Guidelines (updated October 2013)

  
ACADEMY PROGRAMS IN OTHER STATES

Kentucky Youth Soccer Academy Program
Ohio North-The Academy Approach
North Carolina-Academy Program
Minnesota Academy Program

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