BAFA MIXTOrneo - November 2018
El Predio - Villa Crespo | Sunday 4 Nov, 2018 | 12:30hs-17hs | $2100 per team
(This event is no longer available)
What a great time we had in the last MIXTorneo, it was awesome! And now we are back with another one for you to enjoy.
Ask us anything
The BAFA community loves tournaments and what a better excuse than playing one to enjoy this beautirful spring weather.
Don't miss out!
To register your team send us an email to email@example.com!
If you want to join a team or are looking for players to complete your team, you can post on our Facebook forum and we can help you out.
Prizes: Cup, beers, food and more.
→ 2 groups of 4 teams, everyone plays everyone in their group.
→ Top 2 teams in each group advance to semi-final followed by the finals.
→ 5-a-side games. As there should always be a minimum of 2 girls on the field, we recommend to have at least 3 girls and 4 boys on your team.
→ Each game is 20 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
→Two girls must be on the field at all times.
→ Yellow card → warning.
→ Red card → 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!