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ISAA GIRLS & BOYS SOCCER TOURNAMENT

 FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8 & 9, 2019

 TASIS THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN ENGLAND

Venue: TASIS England, Ten Acre Lane, Thorpe, Surrey TW20 8TE

 

TASIS is pleased to welcome to our campus in England the participants for the 2019 ISAA Girls & Boys Soccer Tournament. The ISAA organization provides a unique sporting experience for literally thousands of young people in a network of international schools throughout Europe and North Africa.

On behalf of the coaches, players, and spectators I would like to thank the many people who have contributed to what we hope will be successful and enjoyable soccer tournaments. In particular, the TASIS community who have worked tirelessly in helping to create the opportunity for both the girls' and boys' soccer tournaments to be held at the same venue this year. 

Those athletes that take part in these events are provided with the opportunity to forge friendships, create life-long memories, and compete against international schools from around the world.

Whatever the outcome, we hope you are able to look back with pride at your contribution. Finish the tournament happy in the knowledge that you have given of your best, not only for yourself and your teammates, but in representing your school and as role models inspiring all future ISAA student-athletes.

Marc Butler
Director of Sports and Activities

ISAA Statement of Sportsmanship

ISAA STATEMENT OF SPORTSMANSHIP

The member institutions of the International Schools’ Athletic Association are committed to competition in an arena where sportsmanship and the sense of fair play take center stage. Whether on the field, within the community, or in the classroom, those who make up the ISAA – its administrators, coaches, game officials, and student-athletes – support the highest ideals in sportsmanship.

At the heart of sportsmanship is the commitment of the institutions towards respect for the opposition and for those officiating contests during the tournaments sponsored by the ISAA and its member schools. It is with a sense of fair play that a true sporting demeanor in the spirit of intercollegiate competition can be created and maintained with a total regard for the welfare of student-athletes, coaches, support personnel, and spectators.

Sportsmanship on the field of play is governed by ISAA rules and guidelines, as well as those established under each sport’s respective international organizations. It is the responsibility of game officials and administrators to ensure strict adherence to these guidelines. The behavior of spectators is managed by host school personnel, who are encouraged to deal with interference or abuse of appropriate sporting behavior in the strictest of methods.

The International Schools’ Athletic Association and its member schools appreciate the support of the majority of fans who wish to create an atmosphere of competition that allows the participants to showcase the game and their respective skills.

iSAA Soccer Tournament Guidelines

ISAA BOYS & GIRLS SOCCER TOURNAMENT  – TASIS 2019

RULES: FIFA Laws of the Game www.fifa.com
The maximum number of players (including Managers) will be sixteen (16).
Officials: 1 Referee and 2 Referee's Assistants.

Overall Tournament Format

Boys and Girls Tournaments are organized into either a six (6) or eight (8) team format. Once enacted, promotion/relegation will be 1 up and 1 down. For 2019-20 there will be two separate tournaments at TASIS & ISE. The top 3 teams from each tournament will form D1 in 2020-21. The bottom 3 teams from each tournament will form D2 in 2020-21.

SIX-TEAM FORMAT (ROUND ROBIN & PLAYOFFS) – 2-DAY TOURNAMENTS

Round robin with 1 final playoff game:
Games will be 2 x 20-minute halves with a 3-minute halftime break.

ISAA SOCCER RULE PROVISIONS: 

Any player sent off cannot be replaced. Maximum of six (6) substitutions per team allowed in any one game and can be used providing FIFA procedures are followed. Players may, therefore, re-enter the game. 

A precise record of all Yellow and Red card offenses should be kept by the tournament director. The tournament director is responsible for keeping totals throughout the championships. Any player sent off or ejected in a championship game is ineligible to play in the following game (i.e., the player is "banned" for one (1) game following the sending off). Two (2) Yellow cards in separate games do not result in suspension from the next game (i.e., the cards do not become Red).

The host school shall provide a minimum of eight (8) balls for the warm-up period. Three (3) points will be awarded for a win in round robin games and one (1) point for a draw. 

If the referee decides that teams have uniforms that are too close in color, the team listed second in the program will be required to change their shirts or wear bibs. 

ROUND ROBIN TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURES (PER FIFA): 

The ranking of each team in each group (Girls & Boys) will be determined as follows:

a)  Greatest number of points obtained in all group matches;

b)  Head-to-head results (if applicable);
c)  Goal difference in all group matches;
d)  Greatest number of goals scored in all group matches;
e)  Number of yellow and/or red cards earned: least to most.
     Note: for this calculation, 1 red card will count the same as 2 yellow cards. 

If two or more teams are still equal on the basis of the above criteria, their rankings will be determined as follows:

e)  Greatest number of points obtained in the group matches between the teams concerned (head-to-head);
f)  Goal difference resulting from the group matches between the teams concerned;
g)  Greater number of goals scored in all group matches between the teams concerned;
h)  Drawing of lots by the Tournament Director. 

In other words, if the points are the same, both goal difference and scored goals are the same, and disciplinary points are the same, they resort to how the two or more tied teams fared only in their games against each other. And if all else fails, the order will be drawn from a hat.

PENALTY SHOOTOUT FORMAT FOR ALL GAMES FOLLOWING ROUND ROBIN PLAY:

a)  ALL active roster (all players except those injured) players will be allowed to take a penalty even if they were not one of the 11 players on the field at the end of the game. It should be noted, however, that any player serving a suspension following a red card in the previous game would not be allowed to take a penalty. Equally, this would also apply to any player receiving a red card in the actual game ending in a penalty shoot-out. 

b)  From the active roster players, the team nominates five (5) penalty takers and also declares an order for penalty takers six (6) through the remainder of the active team in the event of sudden death. However, should team X end up with less than the full roster of players due to a red card suspension, their opponents need only match the number of players from team X for the penalty shoot-out. 

Example 1
Team X has 2 players sent off during regular time or extra time; their opponents (Team Y) need only declare 13 penalty-kick takers. 

Example - 2
Team X has a player sent off in the previous game and he/she is suspended for the next game. In the next game, Team X only has 14 players available for both the match and the penalty shoot-out and Team Y need only declare 14 players for the penalty shoot-out.

c)  A toss of a coin will decide the option to take the first penalty. 


Participating Schools

                 ISAA SOCCER TOURNAMENT 2019

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:

CAC     Cairo American College

COB     ACS International School, Cobham

ISB      International School of Basel

ISG      International School of Geneva

SIS      Sotogrande International School

TAS     TASIS The American School in England

Click here for
Team Rosters (downloadable PDF)

 

Schedule and Results

ISAA SOCCER TOURNAMENTS 2019

CLICK HERE to download the schedules as a PDF.

BOYS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

FRIDAY 8TH NOVEMBER 2019

8.30am

 6

TAS vs COB

0

8.30am

 0

ISG vs ISB

 0

8.30am

 0

CAC vs SIS

 2

10.45am

 1

ISG vs SIS

 0

10.45am

1

TAS vs CAC

 0

10.45am

1

ISB vs COB

 1

1.30pm

 1

SIS vs TAS

0

1.30pm

0

COB vs ISG

2

1.30pm

1

ISB vs CAC

 0

SATURDAY 9TH NOVEMBER 2019

8.30am

 0

TAS vs ISG

 2

8.30am

 2

CAC vs COB

 1

8.30am

 2

SIS vs ISB

 0

10.45am

 0

ISG vs CAC

 1

10.45am

 2

ISB vs TAS

 0

10.45am

 1

COB vs SIS

 1

1pm

 3


5th/6th PLACED GAME

(CAC vs COB)

 2

1pm

 2

Win on PK

3rd/4th PLACED GAME

(TAS vs ISB)

 2

1.30pm

 2


FINAL

(SIS vs ISG)

SIS CHAMPIONS

 0


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIRLS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

FRIDAY 8TH NOVEMBER 2019

9.30am

 3

TAS vs COB

0

9.30am

 1

ISG vs ISB

 0

9.30am

3

CAC vs SIS

 0

11.45am

 4

ISG vs SIS

 0

11.45am

 4

TAS vs CAC

 1

11.45am

3

ISB vs COB

 0

2.30pm

 1

SIS vs TAS

 3

2.30pm

0

COB vs ISG

 1

2.30pm

1

ISB vs CAC

 2

SATURDAY 9TH NOVEMBER 2019

9.30am

 0

TAS vs ISG

3

9.30am

5

CAC vs COB

 0

9.30am

 0

SIS vs ISB

4

11.45am

 0

ISG vs CAC

0

11.45am

 1

ISB vs TAS

 1

11.45am

4

COB vs SIS

 0

2pm

 1


5th/6th PLACED GAME

(COB vs SIS)

 1

Win on PK

2pm

 2

3rd/4th PLACED GAME

(ISB vs CAC)

 0

2.30pm

1


FINAL

(TAS vs ISG)

TAS CHAMPIONS

 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Information

CONCESSIONS

Concessions will be available throughout the tournament.

LITTER/TRASH

Please help to keep the tournament sites free from litter by utilising the receptacles provided.

Please ensure that your team area is completely cleared of all litter at the conclusion of each game.

YOUR CO-OPERATION WITH THIS MATTER IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.

TOURNAMENT SITES AND SCHOOL

Please remove all muddy footwear before entering any buses/buildings.
Be responsible for your valuables.

 
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