Game duration and points
The game duration and number of poules will be determined and communicated as soon as we know the number of participants.
A match won gives three points, a tie one point. The two best teams from each poule proceed to the semi finals. When the number of points is equal, the number of goals determines (goals made - goals against) who proceeds. When this is equal as well the result between the teams determines the outcome. If that was a tie, a toss decides.
A team consists of 6 field players and a goal keeper. There is a maximum of 14 players per team.
The games will be refereed by KNVB referees. The official KNVB rules will be followed but some exceptions are made. The exceptions can be found below. The official indoor football rules can be found here. The decisions of the referees are binding and protests are not allowed.
The game will be played with a regular size offical field football.
After the ball has been out of play, the goalkeeper has to bring the ball back in to play by using his hands. When the ball has been played back by one of his team-mates, either by foot or head, he can not use his hands. The ball has to be brought back into play within 4 seconds.
A penalty kick can only be given in the goal area.
The ball has to be brought into play within 4 seconds.
With every free kick, kick-in or corner shot a distance of at least 5 metres has to be kept by the opposing team.