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NAASA Adult League

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Please read thoroughly in its entirety this disclaimer before registering into any of our leagues.

By registering, you are accepting the Adult League Division(s) terms.

Thank you.

This information is provided to all potential players to the NAASA-FL02 know as Weston Adult League (WAS) with its Over 35 11v11,

Over 45 9v9  or the Under 35 11v11 Division.


The Adult League are operated by Directors Gio Castiglione (Over 35 11v11), Ricardo Rupcich (Over 45 9v9)

or Juan Zuluaga (Under 35 11v11). These leagues run hand in hand with our youth AYSO program for the most part.


Contact via email:

Gio Castiglione, O35 (

Ricardo Rupcich, O45 ( )

Juan Zuluaga, U35 (


Alan Dagen is the Lead Commissioner for both the Youth and the Adult Leagues. We require (and is mandatory) that all members of

the Adult program (that are not active AYSO coaches or assistant coaches) to  perform service hours towards the Youth program.


Both the Over 35 11v11 and Over 45 9x9 League operate from approximately September 2016 thru May 2017. Games are played

on Sundays either at 8:00 AM or 9:45 AM (we try to alternate schedules for all teams).


The Under 35 11v11 League is a shortened season and will operates from approximately January 2017 thru May 2017 Games are

played on Monday’s and Wednesday’s at 9:00 PM.


Each player is provided a full uniform, except for shin guards and cleats, which are required by the league to wear when playing.


League players are also entitled and have preference over none league players for our Tuesday and Thursday night pick-up games start at

9pm and is operated by Mike Duane with assistance from Gio Castiglione and several Division captains. Amount of participants on

any given Tuesday or Thursday evening will determine the size(s) of team(s) and the number of field(s) that will be played upon.

When participating, you are encouraged to meet at 8:30pm at Weston Regional Park pavilion shelter adjacent to Field #4 (parking lot).


Our registration is OPEN to everyone. IF you register for a particular League division, you are required (if a first time NEW player

to the league) to attend evaluations to meet the players and gain a rating.



Over 35 11x11: are Sunday (8/14), Tuesday (8/16), Thursday (8/18) and Sunday (8/21) ONLY.


Over 45 9x9: are Sunday (8/14) & (8/21), Tuesdays (8/16) & (8/23), Thursdays (8/18) & (8/25) ONLY.


Under 35 11x11:  NO TRYOUTS


Roster spots (on teams) in the Over 35  11x11 Division are at a premium and very limited. If you were on a team last year, there are no guarantees you are on a team (in the O35 Division) this upcoming year. Each team will have a required number of roster slots to fill that MUST be occupied by the time the our draft ends August 26th. We also will have OPEN tryout dates (as mentioned above) for any new players wishing to break into the League(s). All NEW players that register MUST attend tryout(s). Players not on a team roster after draft day will be contacted and given options as follows: (1) Stay on as a waiting list player and play on Tuesday/Thursday evenings, (2) move up, if qualified, to Over 45 9v9 Division, or (3) a full registration reimbursement.


Players on roster end of last season, must register before August 22 (preferred sooner) to be eligible to play.


If a pre-existing player wishes to play for another team, they must speak to their assigned team captain(s) of their intentions. If accommodation is not achieved, and the player wishes NOT to play for the previous years team, he will be forced to be placed into the general draft open to any team to draft. If this player dos not wish to play for his new team rightfully drafting him, he will be expulsed from the League and ineligible to return and participate.


Roster spots (on teams) in the Over 45  9x9 Division for returning players are guarantee only for players that registered during the first 14 days of registration. Players not on a team roster after draft day will be contacted and given options as listed above.


Registration fees are as follows:

-Sunday Men’s 11v11 (Over35)  Division – $310.00

-Sunday Men’s 9v9 (Over45)  Division – $265.00

-Monday/Wednesday Night Men’s 11v11 (Under35) Division– $190.00

-Tuesday/Thursday Pick-up $175.00 (All Divisions)


Every player must register through the InLeague system by creating an account and all players are required to pay the initial $175.00 fee.

Once/If you are selected (placed onto a team roster) or move to a certain division, you are immediately required to pay the final balance

of the respective division (Over 35 addt’l $135.00, Over 45 addt’l $90.00, Under 35 addt’l $15.00). You will not play a Division game and

suspended until FINAL total balance is fulfilled.


IF selecting Tuesday/Thursday Night pick-up games, you do not need to make any further payments.


In order to qualify as an Adult League Player certain requirements must be met, and by registering, you agree to these terms:

• Must complete a minimum of 8-10 service hours per season as referee or field marshal; Official registered coaches and assistant coaches

for the “recreational” youth program are exempt, but are welcomed if they would like to help.

• Must take a Safe Haven and Referee course. This is a must as we would like the quality of our volunteers to be at a maximum.

When volunteering, you are asked to dress professional as possible (no flip flops, tank tops, etc…) and to refrain from obvious cell phone

use while on duty during a game you are a referee, linesmen or field marshal.

• Help with repairs and re-netting of goals prior to the start of each fall season.

• Help with AYSO State Games when they are held in Weston.


For those persons that do not make it onto one of the Sunday division we offer Tuesday and Thursday night pick-up games at the

registration cost of $175.00. By registering and paying to play Tuesday/Thursday nights you will automatically be placed on the waiting

list to play on Sunday if a roster spot is opened within your similar rating) and receive preference over non league players when teams

are picked for pick-up games. Players not registered and attending or using the fields on adult league times will be asked to leave the

fields and register as Tuesday/Thursday players.


All fees are subject to change.


By registering to play in either the Sunday League, Under 35 Mens or the Tuesday/Thursday pick-up games, you are agreeing to the

Rules and Regulations of the league and the Charter. To view rules and regulations click on the

following link We take these rules and regulation very seriously, so should you.


In addition, the NAASA FL-002 has a League Disciplinary Board (LDB) which oversees all violations of the Rules and Regulations. The

LDB has the authority to impose sanctions, suspensions and expulsions to any given player as well as any of the “3” League Division

Directors. The LDB governs not only the Sunday Leagues but the Tuesday/Thursday pick-up games as well. The NAASA FL-002 prides

itself for providing a family oriented atmosphere in which adults have a place to enjoy soccer and their families can enjoy watching them play.



WAS Rules and Regulations (Under 35, Over 35 and Over 45)

1. FIFA rules and regulations will apply except were modified or changed for the purpose of this league. As in the case of a slide tackle

which is not allowed.

2. In Order to play in the  WAS League you must complete service hours. Hours may be completed as an official coach/asst. to a

youth team, referring and/or field marshaling. Each player is required to complete 8 to 10 service hours per season with at least 4

hours being completed prior to the end of the first half of the season (Fall). No player may have another person perform service hours

for them (including their own family) as each player must perform their own service hours. Failure to perform the required service hours

during the first half of the season will result in suspension for the second half of the season until said hours are completed, or removal

from the team at the captain’s discretion. Any player who fails to perform the required service hours prior to the end of the season

will be suspended for the first game the next season and possibly longer until the player has (a) completed the prior season’s hours,

and (b) completed 1 or 2 shifts for the current season as directed by the league. Any player who fails to perform his service hours prior to

year end in two separate seasons (does not have to be consecutive seasons) will be suspended from the league until the following

additional requirements are met: During the year of suspension the player must perform the outstanding service hours from the prior

season, as well as 10 additional service hours for the season in which they are suspended. The player shall remain suspended

indefinitely until these requirements are met. The captains have the right to refuse to draft any player who enters a season suspended for

failure to perform service hours. If said player is not drafted they will receive a refund of their registration fee. Undrafted players must

perform the services hours from the prior season in order to be eligible for future seasons. NOTE: Each League Division handles the

service hours differently, please speak to your League Team Captain for further details.

3. Substitutions for both teams will be allowed at any time during stoppage of game (except during playoff games). Play will begin even if

the other team is not ready. It will still be required for the referee to be notified prior to a substitution. Players must come off the field

prior to a substitution being made. Everyone plays a minimum of 35-40 mins per game regular season, and at teams discretion during the


4. Over 35 and Over 45 Divisions Games are to start promptly at 8:00 am and 9:45 am with two halves of 45 minutes each and a 10-minute

break for the half. There will be a 5 minute break between games. Under 35 Division Games are to start promptly at 9:00 pm with two

halves of 40 minutes each and a 5 minute break for the half.  Referees will request score cards 5 minutes prior to the start of each game.

The clock will start at the designated time whether the team(s) are ready or not. If a team cannot start within 10 minutes of the

designated time the game will be forfeited (a friendly game can be played with the players that are present and guest players can

be added, however it will still be a forfeit for the team(s) that could not field enough players).

5. The games are played with 11 players a side (unless playing in the Over 45 9v9 Division ). To field a team you must have a least 7

players. You cannot bring in players that are not on your roster, the only exceptions are the goalies if your registered goalie is not on the field.

6. The team captains are the only players that should address the referees. If a player has a concern, problem, suggestion, etc. it

should be discussed with their captain.

7. There is absolutely no slide tackling for the purpose of dispossessing the ball from a player. If a player slides tackles he will receive a

yellow card or a warning, which will again be at the discretion of the referee. Sliding for the ball is allowed so long as it is not in the

possession of another player.

8. Blue Cards are shown when a player or players are seen by the referee to be escalating in temper or close to getting out of control

during a game. These Blue Cards are not sanctioned to gain points on players record for LDB purposes, but, anyone shown a Blue

Card must immediately get of the field and not play for 5 minutes, at which time that player may then re-enter.

9. If a Direct Red Card is given to any particular player, the game will be stopped and will not continue until the player given the Red Card

has left to the parking lot and away from the field of play.

10. Uniforms will be included in the registration fee. Cleats or shin guards are required (cleats and shin guards not provided)



Zero (0) tolerance for violent behavior. Any violent behavior in ANY Division will result in immediate EXPULSION.


While we understand that at times games may get heated, the LDB and Directors severely sanction those who engage in fighting and violent conduct towards referees, other players, and spectators. Moreover, you will be removed from the league with no refund for conduct contrary to the rules and regulations. Rants and abusive outbursts towards referees and players, even if on the same team will not be tolerated. If it becomes excessive and/or habitual you will be removed from the league. It should also go without saying that any violent act (i.e. Aggression, Spitting, Punching Kicking or Biting) on the on Park grounds will be cause for automatic expulsion from the league–no questions asked.


Both the Over 35 11v11 and Over 45 9v9 Divisions will run more or less at the same times and dates.



The Over 35 11v11 Division


Competitive vs Recreational?  The league is a mix of the 2, but leaning now more Competitive /Select while retaining some basic AYSO rules.

The competition level over the last 7-years in this 11v11 Over 35 Division  has steadily increased.  Our plan is to balance all teams and if we need to make adjustments to a team to balance it during the season, we will.


Due to new playoff format, or rainouts of games on Sunday mornings (for Over 35 11v11) there will be several possible games

played on Tuesday/Thursday nights at 9pm to accommodate the schedule.  


Regional Park Opens again August 15th this year.


NETS and TRYOUTS (EVALUATIONS) are Sunday (8/14), Tuesday (8/16), Thursday (8/18) and Sunday (8/21) ONLY.

Over 35, 11v11 Draft: Friday, 8/26

Labor Day Monday: 9/5 - OFF for this weekend

Exhibition Games: Sunday, 9/11

First Game #1 of 2016 Season: Sunday, 9/18


We will try to insure that all players play at least 45% of each game.


3-Referee System voted into full effect all games.



The Over 45 9v9 Division


The 9v9 culture is one in which all players from the most to the least skilled players can enjoy the game whether they win or lose a game.

We all have our competitive side and we would like to win rather than lose a game, but that should not be our only objective. We should

all be out on the pitch to enjoy the game and remember that we are all friends. We will try to be flexible and exceptions to our rules will

be looked at on a case by case basis.


We will play a three (3) legs seasons and winners of each legs plus the three (3) best overall teams from the whole season will play a

three (3) phases playoff.


We will try to insure that all players play at least 50% of each game.



Over 45 Division 9v9 Rules and Regulations :

In addition to all the WAS Rules and Regulations listed above the Over 45 Division will follow:

• We will play the width of a standard pitch.

• We will use 7x21 goals.

• Teams will roster at least 15 players.

• 1 referee will be assigned per game.

• Offsides will not be called.

• To score ball must be on offensive side of the pitch.

• No slide tackle allowed.

Must volunteer a minimum of 10 hours for AYSO program.

• All other FIFA rules will apply



AYSO Background Check


Florida law link:


Disclaimer: Florida Statute 943.0542 in accordance with The National Child Protection Act requires that all volunteers such as coaches, referees or others who interact with minors undergo a background check.  Any person wishing to volunteer in AYSO must complete an AYSO Volunteer Application Form in eAYSO each year and submit an e-signed copy to the Region and consent to a criminal background check.  



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