BAFA MIXTOrneo April
Juan Ramirez de Velasco 1040 | Sunday 23 Apr, 2017 | 1:30 to 5 p.m. | $1200/team
(This event is no longer available)
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Let's get it going with the next BAFA MIXTOrneo of 2017! Don't know what our MIXTOrneos are all about? Basically get a Sunday afternoon, a bunch of your friends, a football and some prizes along with an asado and you have just made yourself a quick 5 hour tournament full of competitive fun!
8 players max, 2 girls minimum on the field*
5 teams total
1 hour guarunteed of football
Price 1200 por equipo
Starting at 1:30 pm and ending at 5 pm! Please arrive at 1 to pay, warm-up and get organized!
See you on the field!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to sign up your team!
→ 1 group of 5 teams, everyone plays everyone in their group.
→ Top 4 teams in each group advance to semi-final.
→ Each game is 15 minutes without halftime.
In case of a tie:
→ In case of tie in group phase, victory will be decided as follows:
1. Goal differential in general
2. Best attack
3. Game result
4. 3 penalties per team
→ Final: 3 penalties per team.
On the field
→Three girls must be on the field at all times.
→ Yellow card → suspended for 2 minutes during the game without sub.
→ Tarjeta roja → suspended for rest of the game. In some cases can be suspended for various games.
→ There are no slide tackles allowed. Only goalies can if only they are playing the ball and not the player.
→ All free kicks are indirect.
→ Penalties are taken standing, there is no running up to the ball.
→ Goalies cannot pick up the ball if it was passed to them by foot by a member of their team.
→ Throw-ins are kicked not thrown.
→ Goalies cannot throw past midfield. It can only pass midfield if it has touched another player or bounced before half line.
→ Goal kicks must thrown.
→ Goals can only be scored after the midfield line unless it touches another player
→ The tournament is to have fun with players from all levels. Even though we hope the games are competitive, we also hope that there is a mutual respect between players and of course to the referees!