Davis Adult Recreational Soccer League

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Important Dates

  1. Tuesday - June 17, 2014: Spring 2014 season begins (Weekday league)

  2. Sunday - June 22, 2014: Spring 2014 season begins (Sunday league) (schedule yet to be finalized)

  3. Sunday - August 10, 2014: League Meeting (Sudwerk's at 5pm)

About DARSL

The Davis Adult Recreational Soccer League, or DARSL, is a co-op, co-ed adult soccer league in Davis, CA. The entire league is run by the team captains and volunteers. Each team must have a minimum of 1 female player on the field at all times. Players pay fees of about $65 dollars which go towards the costs of renting the fields from the city of Davis and for paying the referees and linesmen. There are 2 leagues, a Sunday league and a Weeknight league (Tu - W - Th). We play year-round, and the seasons run 10-12 week long. To join the league, you can either form your own team and join (given there are team slots available), or try to get picked up by a team currently playing. If you are interested in forming a new team or adding your name to the Free Agent List please contact us at: darslsoccer@gmail.com - [Please include name, cell phone number (if available), email address, if you're male or female, and if you are available for Sunday games, weekday games, or both.]

  1. Important Dates
  2. About DARSL
  3. 2014 Spring Schedule
    1. Weeknight Teams
    2. Weeknight Schedule
    3. Notes
    4. Standings Through Week 6
    5. Sunday Teams
    6. Sunday Schedule
    7. Notes
    8. Jersey Colors
    9. Referees
    10. Nets, Flags and Keys
    11. Rain-Out Policy
    12. Playfields Park Regulations
  4. League Philosophy and Rules
    1. Philosophy
    2. Team Captains
    3. Team Status
    4. Player Eligibility
    5. Clothing and Equipment
    6. Non-FIFA Game Rules
    7. Team Probation and Points
    8. Direct Free Kicks
    9. Indirect Free Kicks
    10. Yellow Cards
    11. Red Cards
  5. League Board
  6. Links to Team Forms

2014 Spring Schedule

Games are at Playfields Park: 2500 Research Park Drive.

Weeknight Teams

# Team Color Captains
1. Arsenal red/white Garrick Jones
2. Celtic FC green/white Serge Komessar, Karen Thome
3. Davis Football Club blue/white Kyla Russell
4. Hooligans black/white Greg Mitchell, Roy Rodriguez
5. Humboldt Grown white/blue Debbie Daniels
6. Last Minute white/black Hussain Sharifi, Iris Uresti
7. Los Galacticos red and blue/white Mario Escobar, Jaime Munoz
8. Mason Thomas black/white Debbie Daniels
9. Oldenfowl blue Chad Kitzmiller
10. Purple Haze blue and purple/white Juan Arredondo, Admin Araiza
11. Supernova red/white Miles Frampton
12. Wolfpack Soccer orange Andrew Tremain, Caroline Vissers

Alternate color is white unless otherwise noted.

Weeknight Schedule

1 2 3 4 5a 6 7 8 9 10 11
6/17
6/18
6/19
6/24
6/25
6/26
7/1
7/2
7/3
7/8
7/9
7/10
7/15
7/16
7/17
7/22
7/23
7/24
7/29
7/30
7/31
8/5
8/6
8/7
8/12
8/13
8/14
8/19
8/20
8/21
8/26
8/27
8/28
Tuesday 7:00pm 1 v 11 12 v 2 12 v 4 11 v 5 8 v 11 5 v 10 10 v 9 4 v 11 3 v 11 8 v 3 3 v 12
Tuesday 9:00pm 7 v 8 7 v 4 5 v 6 7 v 2 7 v 12 7 v 9 7 v 1 6 v 7 7 v 10 7 v 4 6 v 8
Wednesday 7:00pm 4 v 9 8 v 10 1 v 10 9 v 1 1 v 5 11 v 2 5 v 8 12 v 10 9 v 2 10 v 11 4 v 10
Wednesday 9:00pm 12 v 5 11 v 6 9 v 11 4 v 8 9 v 3 3 v 12 2 v 6 3 v 5 1 v 6 6 v 9 11 v 1
Thursday 7:00pm 10 v 2 1 v 3 2 v 8 3 v 10 10 v 6 8 v 1 12 v 11 9 v 8 5 v 4 5 v 2 9 v 12
Thursday 9:00pm 6 v 3 9 v 5 7 v 3 12 v 6 2 v 4 4 v 6 3 v 4 1 v 2 8 v 12 1 v 12 5 v 7

Notes

a) Field conflict on Thursday 7/17 has rescheduled those two games to Tuesday and Wednesday.

Standings Through Week 6

Summer League DARSL Standings through week 6.xlsx

Sunday Teams

# Team Color Captains
1. Free Agents Team red/white Jochen Michael Fiebig
2. Go Fatty red/white Eric Overfield, Angela Linderholm
3. Oldenfowl blue/white Gilda Moadab
4. Sporting Davis white/yellow Leonardo Zamudio, Bill Ammon
5. The Strongest green/white Luca Cerati, Connor Fung
6. Wolfpack orange/white Karly Graham, Ben Lyon

Alternate color is white unless otherwise noted.

Sunday Schedule

1 2 3a 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
6/22 6/29 7/6 7/13 7/20 7/27 8/3 8/10 8/17 8/24
Sunday 4:00pm 1 v 6 4 v 2 6 v 2 2 v 4 1 v 3 3 v 5 1 v 4 5 v 6 2 v 3
Sunday 6:00pm 4 v 3 6 v 5 3 v 5 3 v 6 2 v 6 1 v 2 6 v 3 1 v 2 4 v 6
Sunday 8:00pm 2 v 5 3 v 1 1 v 4 5 v 1 4 v 5 6 v 4 5 v 2 4 v 3 1 v 5

Notes

a) There will be no games on Sunday July 6th.

Jersey Colors

Home teams have preference for shirt color; visiting teams wear a contrasting color. Home teams are listed on the left, visitors are listed on the right. (For example, “2 v 1”: team 2 is home and team 1 is visitor.)

Referees

Normally there will be three officials scheduled for each game. Each captain contributes $55 if three referees are present. If only two referees are present, each captain contributes $45. If for any reason one or both teams is not able to play (for reason other than rain or other league cancellation) and they do not notify the refs 24 hours ahead of time, the teams must still pay the refs as if they had worked the game.

Nets, Flags and Keys

Nets and flags will be kept at the fields. The referees will have the combination for the lock.

Rain-Out Policy

Games will only be canceled by the league if there is a safety risk (lightning, standing water on the field, or extremely bad air quality).

Playfields Park Regulations

A full list of rules for Playfields should be sent out along with this schedule. Unless otherwise noted, these rules apply ANYWHERE INSIDE THE GATES, not just on the turf. Key points include:

Captains who fail to enforce these rules may be suspended, and repeated or willful infringement will be referred to the Rules Committee for team penalties, which may include suspension or a permanent ban from the league. If the city finds us breaking any of these rules we can be banned from the field AS A LEAGUE, so we must take this issue very seriously.
Also note that captains are responsible for controlling spectators at their games and ensuring that they follow rules as well. If spectators claim to be unaffiliated with either team, and refuse to comply when asked, captains should immediately contact the Davis Police Department.

League Philosophy and Rules

Philosophy

DARSL is a co-ed soccer league that emphasizes fun and recreation. Standings are not kept, and referees are encouraged to call the game closely.

Team Captains

Captains are responsible for controlling overaggressive play by team members. Captains may request that referees stop the game in progress for a brief conference with team members, referees, or captains of the opposing team. Captains must also enforce the rules regarding suspended and otherwise ineligible players. Failure of team captains to enforce these rules may result in the suspension of the captain from the next game and will count as an extra yellow card per ineligible player per game.

Team Status

New teams must be represented at the meeting that precedes the season, and whether to add them to a DARSL league is subject to a closed captain's vote after the meeting. Returning teams must be represented at the meeting to guarantee a spot in a league, and a captain's vote may allow them to join the league even if they are not represented. A new team will gain “returning team” status after it is added to the league for its second consecutive season. Membership in the Sunday and weeknight leagues is considered separately, except in the winter, when the two leagues are merged into a single weeknight league.

Player Eligibility

Before each game, captains must provide the referees with a team roster. In addition to names, the roster must include the ages of any players under 18 years of age, and any players who previously played for suspended or disbanded DARSL players must be clearly marked. Children between the ages of 16 and 18 are allowed to play ONLY if both captains agree and if a parent or guardian of the child is participating in the game, either as a player or as a referee. The parent holds all responsibility for any injuries that occur to that child and for the child's behavior. DARSL assumes no responsibility for the child's injuries or actions. No team may have more than 25% of its players in a particular game be previous members of currently suspended or disbanded teams.

Clothing and Equipment

Knee braces must be covered with padding satisfactory to both captains and referees or the player with the brace may not play. Potentially dangerous accessories (watches, heavy jewelry, etc.) must be removed prior to playing. Removable or long-stud cleats are not allowed at Playfields Park (and turf shoes are strongly recommended over regular cleats). Metal cleats are prohibited at all DARSL games.

Non-FIFA Game Rules

DARSL plays under modified FIFA rules. DARSL rules prohibit sliding tackles and charging the goalkeeper. Slide tackling a player to dispossess them of the ball is prohibited, whether legal under FIFA or not and is considered a direct free kick foul. However, goal keepers may slide to block or gain control of the ball when inside the penalty area. Any player may slide to play a loose ball if no players are in the immediate vicinity or are endangered in any way. If a slide to play a ball in any way endangers any opponent, but no contact is made, it will be considered dangerous play (an Indirect Free Kick foul). If contact is made with an opponent, it will result in a direct free kick foul and may also result in disciplinary action if considered reckless (caution) or done using excessive force (send off). Bicycle kicks are also prohibited.

Each team must have at least one woman player on the field. If a team fails to meet the minimum requirement at game time (at least one woman and at least 7 players total), that team forfeits the game and must pay all the ref fees for that game. A team may play with 8 men/3 women (a) only if they are short women and (b) only if the other team agrees to allow it. The other team is not required to do the same.

Team Probation and Points

Any team that averages more than one yellow card per game in a season, or fails to perform their volunteer duties for the league, will be automatically placed on probation the next season that they play in the league. If a team is on probation twice in a row, there will be a captains vote on possible sanctions (including removal from the league). The Rules Committee may also recommend a captains vote on team sanctions during the course of the season.

Direct Free Kicks

Fouls for which direct free kicks are awarded:

If one of these fouls is committed by a member of the defending team within his or her own penalty area, a penalty kick is awarded.

Indirect Free Kicks

Fouls for which indirect free kicks are awarded:

Yellow Cards

Misconduct resulting in cautions (yellow cards):

Player restrictions for receiving yellow card:

Red Cards

Misconduct resulting in ejection from the game:

Suspension for red cards: Any player receiving a red card may not play in any other DARSL games during the week the player receives the red card or during the next week that DARSL games are scheduled. The Rules Committee reviews all red cards and may increase the suspension beyond one week, or in severe cases ban the player from the league. Captains may submit a game report to the Rules Committee, and will be notified if their opponent's captain has submitted a report.

The captain of the team receiving any card must confirm the name of the player receiving the card with the referee before play resumes, and present photo ID for the player upon request.

League Board

Position Name
President Greg Mitchell
Vice-President Chad Kitzmiller
Treasurer Juan Arredondo
Rules Committee Chair Debbie Daniels
Recorder Gilda Moadab
Referee Coordinator Jock Hamilton
Fields/City Representative Alex Park
Schedules Miles Frampton
Website/New Players Dan Perlea

Links to Team Forms

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