BAFA CUP OF NATIONS JUNE 2017
Fútbol Madero R de Dellepiane 340 | Sunday 4 Jun, 2017 | 3:00-8:00 p.m. | $1400/team
(This event is no longer available)
Less than a month until the NINTH edition of the BAFA CUP OF NATIONS kicks off! Our most anticipated tournament of the year, teams from all over the world will face off on the 5-aside pitch to see which country takes the cup home. In the past we have seen Great Britain, USA, Peru, Colombia, France and Argentina take it home. Who will take it home this winter?
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- 20 Teams
- 8 players max per team, 2 foreigners max per team
- Please arrive at 3:00. The final will end at 8:00 p.m.
- Fútbol Madero R de Dellepiane 340 next to the casino
→ There will be 20 teams total
→ 4 groups of 5 teams with all teams in each group playing each other.
→ The first place team in each group qualifies directly for the quarter-finals
→ The second and third place teams of each group will qualify for the round of 16
→ All games are 15 minutes
In case of a tie
→ In case of a classification tie in group phase, we will take into account:
1. Goal differential
2. Most goals for
3. The result of the game
4. Three penalties per team
On the field
→ Yellow card: suspended for two minutes from the game without substitution
→ Red card: suspended for the remainder of the match without substitution. In extreme cases for multiple games or the whole tournament.
→ There are no slide tackles allowed. The only exception is goalkeepers if and only if they have the intention of winning the ball inside the box.
→ All free-kicks are indirect.
→ All penalty kicks are taken without a running approach to the ball.
→ Goalkeepers cannot pick up the ball wih their hands if it was intentionally passed to them by their teammmate.
→ If the ball goes out of bounds on the sides, the ball is kicked back into play- not thrown.
→ Goalkeepers cannot throw the ball past midfield. It must bounce before midfield if thrown by hand.
→ Goal kicks are taken with the foot.
→ Goals do not count if they were kicked behind midfield and go into the net without touching anyone else.
→ This tournament is an open event to all players and is meant to be an enjoyable experience. We hope the games are competitive but respectable to players on the field and of course the referees!