Nov 1 to Nov 3, 2019
***BOARDED, U9 7 v 7, U11-U19 6 v 6***
This tournament is an excellent opportunity for teams to get a head start on the the indoor season and get some early games in which will help develop strong team play for the rest of the season. Teams are guaranteed three games (with some teams getting four). Gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded in divisions with four or more teams, and gold and silver medals will be awarded in divisions with three teams.
*** TransAlta Tri Leisure Center is a full service recreational complex with swimming pools, ice rinks, *** gym a walking track and a fitness center. There is a family sports restaurant and as well as a concession.
Located at the TransAlta Tri Leisure center in the concouse area at the South Field(Field 2)
All important tournament info, tournament rules and schedules will be posted on this website. ** Please NOTE: Schedules will not be posted until Monday, October 29th.** Also, away team will not be scheduled until Friday 5:00pm at the earliest
All teams will be provided with a login to access the member area, to input the roster information. Teams are required to specify guest/trialist players. Once a team has created their electronic roster, they will be able to download and print their game sheets directly from the system.
All teams from within Alberta, including EMSA league teams, are required to submit their completed ASA team rosters and any guest/trialist players forms to the Early Bird tournament headquarters at check in before the teams first game. No player will be permitted to participate without being on the team roster. Players who are not registered on a team for the Indoor Soccer season cannot be used. Teams can sign up 20 player
Game sheets are available on-line once your roster has been uploaded to the site. Please login, download, and print your copies. You will need a copy for each of the games. It is the team’s responsibility to have the game sheet ready before the kickoff.
No timeouts are permitted during the tournament. Mercy rule is in place as well, meaning that no more than a five (5) goal differential will be recorded for any game. Games can end in a tie as it is a round robin competition. Tie-breaking procedures will use statistics AFTER the mercy rule was applied, i.e.:if a team wins 6 – 0, they will only receive credit for 5-0 regardless of the actual score. Referees are required to mark actual scores on games sheets. The mercy rule is applied by headquarters prior to recording final score and posting the game results.