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Tophat World Cup          Spring 2017 5/13/2017  
Time        
0900 TH-05/06/07 Parade All Players and Coaches      Spectators Invited     Support Your Team
         
            TH-07  Schedule   (U-10  7v7)      
  TH-07  Field  # 2a TH-07  Field  # 2b TH-07  Field  # 2c TH-07  Field # 2d
0930-1020 1 vs 4 5 vs 8 2 vs 3 6 vs 7
1020-1110 5 vs 1 8 vs 4 6 vs 2 7 vs 3
1110-1200 1 vs 8 4 vs 5 2 vs 7 3 vs 6
1200-1230 Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break
1230-1320  Semi -final Ist A vs 2nd B 1st B vs 2nd A 3rd A vs 4th B 3rd B vs 4th A
1320-1410  Final Winner vs Winner 2nd vs 2nd Winner vs Winner  2nd vs 2nd
1410-1440        Awards Ceremony      
         
  TH-07 Club Group A TH-07 Club Group B    
  Australia (1)       Navy South Africa (2)  Maroon    
  Peru (4)         White Sweden (3)    Royal    
Greece (5)     Lt Blue   Ireland (6)          Green    
  Netherlands (8)  Orange Italy (7)          Red    
         
         
         
         
            TH-06  Schedule   (U-11  9v9)      
  TH-06 Field  # 1a TH-06  Field  # 1b TH-06  Field # 1c  
0930-1030 2 vs 5 3 vs 6 1 vs 4  
1030-1130 1 vs 6 4 vs 5 2 vs 3  
1130-1230 3 vs 4 2 vs 6 1 vs 5  
1230-1300 Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break  
1300-1400  Final 3rd A vs 3rd B 1st A vs 1st B 2nd A vs 2nd B  
1400-1430        Awards Ceremony       
         
  TH-06 Club Group A TH-06 Club Group B    
  England (1)    White Mexico (2)      Green    
  Argentina (4)    Lt Blue Botswana (3)    Royal    
  China (5)         Red Norway (6)     Navy    
         
         
         
         
         
           TH-05  Schedule   (U-12  9v9)      
  TH-05  Field  # 3a TH-05  Field  # 3b  TH-05  Field # 3c  
0930-1030 1 vs 4 3 vs 6 2 vs 5  
1030-1130 2 vs 3 4 vs 5 1 vs 6  
1130-1230 1 vs 5 2 vs 6 3 vs 4  
1230-1300 Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break  
1300-1400  Final 2nd A vs 2nd B 1st A vs 1st B 3rd A vs 3rd B  
1400-1430        Awards Ceremony       
         
  TH-05 Club Group A TH-05 Club Group B    
  Brazil (1)      Royal Finland (2)   Lt Blue    
  France (4)    Navy Russia (3)   White    
  Japan (5)     Red Nigeria (6)    Green    
         
         
Scoring - Win - 6 points        
              Tie - 2 points        
              Lose - 0 points        
              Each goal - 1 point up to three        
Tie breaker - 1. Goal differential up to 3 (goals for minus goals against)         
                   2. Goals against        
                   3. Penalty shots        
 

   Tophat World Cup Procedures for “Penalty Shootout”

The following is a summary of the procedure for kicks from the penalty mark. The procedure is specified in FIFA's booklet Laws of the Game, not as one of the 17 numbered laws, but within the supplementary section Procedures to Determine the Winner of a Match.

  • The team to take the first kick is decided by a coin toss and the referee chooses the goal at which the kicks are taken. All kicks are taken at one goal to ensure that both teams' kick-takers and goalkeepers face the same pitch irregularities (if any).
  • All players other than the kicker and the goalkeepers must remain in the pitch's center circle.
  • Each kick is taken in the general manner of a penalty kick. Each kick is taken from the penalty mark, with the goal defended only by the opposing goalkeeper. The goalkeeper must remain between the goal-posts on her goal-line until the ball has been kicked, although she can jump in place, wave her arms, move side to side along the goal line or otherwise try to distract the shooter.
  • Each kicker can kick the ball only once per attempt. If the ball is saved by the goalkeeper the kicker cannot score from the rebound (unlike a normal penalty kick). Similarly, if the ball bounces off the goal posts, the kicker cannot score from the rebound.
  • Teams take turns to kick from the penalty mark in an attempt to score a goal, until each has taken five kicks. However, if one side has scored more goals than the other could possibly reach with all of their remaining kicks, the shootout ends regardless of the number of kicks remaining.
  • If at the end of these five rounds of kicks the teams have scored an equal number of goals, sudden death rounds of one kick each are used until one side scores and the other does not.
  • Only players who were on the pitch at the end of play are allowed to take kicks. (For Tophat World Cup, all players on the team will be allowed to kick, however the last bullet point will still apply.)  A substitution can only be made in the case of injury to a goalkeeper during the kicks, provided the team has not already used the maximum number of substitutes allowed by the competition.
  • No player is allowed to take a second kick from the penalty mark until all other eligible players on his team have taken a first kick, even the goalkeeper.
  • If at the beginning of kicks from the penalty mark one side has more players on the pitch than the other, then the side with more players must select an appropriate number of players who will not take part. For example, if Team A has 11 players but Team B only has 10, then Team A will choose one player who will not take part. Players deselected cannot play any part in the procedure: so a goalkeeper cannot be deselected from kicking while retained for saving. This applies whether players are absent through injury or being sent off. The rule was introduced by the IFAB in February 2000 because previously an eleventh kick would be taken by the eleventh (i.e. weakest) player of a full-strength team and the first (i.e. strongest) player of a sub-strength team.



Spring 2014

    
        22 Italy - Spaghetti and Meatballs                                                    20 Japan - Champions - Worst to First
      

 
 

 

Spring 2013 

Spring 2012 


Argentina

Fall 2011 

                
           Ireland                           Uruguay                             China                             Norway

        
         Sweden                           Japan                            Argentina
 

Spring 2011

                
        France                                Greece                           England                             Germany           

Fall 2010

              
Netherlands                          Brazil                              Brazil                                Sweden                               Canada   

           
China                                  Japan                                 Germany                              Italy                                   Ireland

     
Ceremony                         South Africa                      Ceremony

 

Spring 2010

  
Argentina                           Argentina