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If your town would like to be part of the League, please leave your contact information to icysl.board@gmail.com and we will get back to you.

 

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Finals Fest Spring 2017 Results

Special thanks to Scotch Plains Soccer Association and all their volunteers for hosting Finals Fest!

We couldn't have done it without your help and support.

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS to all the teams who made it to Finals Fest.

Spring 2017 Finals Fest Results

 

Divison

Champions

Second

Third

U12 Boys      Red

Scotch Plains Fanwood Rockers
Scotch Plains Fanwood Gunners
Roselle Roaring Thunder

U12 Boys White

Scotch Plains Fanwood Raiders
Edison Hornets
Roselle Park Blazers (NJ)

U12 Boys Blue

Scotch Plains Fanwood Savages
Springfield Supersonics
Colonia Mustangs

U12 Girls Red

Scotch Plains Fanwood Fire
Scotch Plains Fanwood Sounders
Cranford Blue Frenzy

U12 Girls White

 

 

South Mountain Magic

U15 Boys Red

Roselle Razorbacks
Roselle Park Black Eagles (NJ)
Kenilworth Bayern (NJ)

U15 Boys White

Clark Strykers (NJ)
Kenilworth Monaco (NJ)
Springfield Warriors

U15 Boys Blue

Roselle Park Revolution (NJ)
Westfield Fire
South Mountain Villians

U15 Boys  Green

Roselle Park Parkers (NJ)

 

Colonia Bull Dogs
Roselle Park Vulcans (NJ)

U15 Girls Red

Scotch Plains Fanwood Retrievers
Cranford Gold Rush

 

Edison Chelsea

U15 Girls White

Westfield Sky Blue
Scotch Plains Fanwood Cheetahs
Scotch Plains Fanwood Tigers

U15 Girls Blue

Clark Strykers (NEW) (NJ)
Berkeley Heights Blue Galaxy
Scotch Plains Fanwood Raiders (NJ)

U17 Boys Red

Roselle Park Big Blue (NJ)
Clark Knights (NJ)
Roselle Rams
U17 Boys White
New Providence Devils
Westfield Blue Devils
Scotch Plains Fanwood Red Bulls (NJ)

U18 Girls

Westfield Green Dragons
Cranford Sky Blue

Edison Fireballs

 

 

Format Changes effective Fall 2017

Spring 2017 Updates

The Spring 2017 Playing Rules and Referee Reference Sheet have been updated to reflect the changes discussed at the meeting 3/29/17. Please advise all members of your town/club. You might want to suggest that they clear their cache to insure access to this information.

Thank you.

 

 

U.S Soccer Federation’s Safety Campaign

ICYSL has adopted the US Soccer Federation Safety Campaign beginning March 3rd 2016.

The policy is described below for both Matches and Practices for team’s U12 & U10.

 

 

Games:

When a player deliberately strikes the ball using the head in a game, an indirect free kick (IFK) will be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense for a Dangerous Play.

 

If a defending player deliberately strikes the ball with the head in the defending team’s own goal area an indirect free kick will be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred.

 

If an attacking player deliberately strikes the ball with the head in the opponents goal area an indirect free kick will be awarded and may be taken from anywhere inside the goal area.

If contact with the head is not deliberate there is no violation and play should continue.

 

 

Practices/ Training/ Scrimmages:

The use of the head to strike the ball for these age groups is prohibited.

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