Tiki -Taka Tournaments
Tiki-taka is a Spanish style of play in futbol characterized by short passing and movement, working the ball through various channels, and maintaining possession. Tiki-taka moves away from the traditional thinking of formations in futbol to a concept derived from zonal play.
3v3 Futsal Tournament - $195
Easter Saturday, April 3, 2021
3 Game Guarantee
Roster Maximum - 6 Players
All games are 2, 12-minute halves
Court size is 60' x 30'
2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and High School Boys and Girls
Divisions may be combined at the Tournament Director's discretion
Registration/Proof of Age
All players must have proof of age (i.e. birth certificate, driver's license, passport, or State Association issued player cards) and be prepared to provide it to any Tournament Official (you do not have to turn your proof of age at check-in). Any player found to have falsified age will be dismissed from the tournament and said team may be subject to penalty including forfeit of games.
Players must be registered online BEFORE YOUR FIRST GAME. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN A FORFEIT. Only those players listed on the Team Registration can play in the tournament. Any changes to your roster must be made prior to the START OF YOUR FIRST GAME. A player may play on 2 different teams that are not within the same division.
All age groups will play 3v3 on 60 ft x 30 ft courts (a volleyball court size playing surface). The goals are 3 ft. tall by 6 ft. wide. All divisions will use a size 3 futsal ball (provided by the tournament). Games will consist of two 12-minute halves separated by a 2-minute halftime or the first team to reach 12 goals, whichever comes first. Teams may consist of a maximum of six (6) players only. Three players will be on the field at a time. There are no goalkeepers but there is no rule against a defending player setting up in the mouth of the goal. A team must have a minimum of 2 players on the field to start the game.
For more rules download the "3v3 Futsal Tournament Rules" below: