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|Brat Haus||March 13||M||6:30-8:30PM||Coed||Social||Brat Haus||
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|El Dorado Park||March 21||T||7-9PM||Coed||Social||Brat Haus||
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|El Dorado Park||April 5||W||7-9PM||Coed||Social||Duke's Sports Bar and Grill||
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|Indian School Park||March 26||Su||1-3PM||Coed||Social||Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery||
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We are first and foremost a SOCIAL company. As we grow though we are starting to offer more and more variations and competitiveness levels for our leagues. For soccer we have several different options:
- Social Coed – for the players looking to get out and be active. Leagues are 50% Games 50% Social. It’s a party!
- Athletic Coed – for our more serious players who love the thrill of victory and loath the taste of defeat! Games are a little more intense and teams more organized. These leagues are designed for players that have significant experience with the sport.
Soccer teams vary in size based on which type of league it is.
- For 8v8 teams average 13 players.
- 7v7 – 12 players.
- 6v6 – 10 players.
There may be gender requirements for certain leagues. Please check your rules sections.
We allow individuals, small groups and teams to all join our leagues. PHX Fray reserves the right to add additional players to ANY team that is under the official roster size for the league. During registration captains can pick up free agents or mark their group as ready to merge via commish. After registration closes PHX Fray goes through and finalizes rosters by placing free agents, merging groups and deleting unpaid players. Being a promoted team does not mean you may not receive additional players. Teams who want to “lock” their roster may prepay for a team at the official roster size. Example, soccer is 13 players officially but your team only wants 10 players. You can purchase a team spot for a roster of 13 and only fill your desired number but those additional spots are technically used and are not refundable.
Our roster sizes tend to allow for more players as our goal is to avoid forfeits at all costs. 1. They are LAME. and 2. It’s not fair to the other teams in the league who expect to play each week if a smaller team cannot field a team week to week. Free agent teams (merged small groups or all FAs made into teams) tend to have larger rosters as the players typically do not know one another and everyone’s schedule varies week to week.
First and foremost all PHX Fray leagues are 50% Social and 50% Sport. We do have officials; however, we expect individuals to respect the league’s culture of fair and fun play. Foul language and rough play will not be tolerated and individuals who cannot adhere to our standards of fair play and sportsmanship may be asked to leave the league. PHX Fray wants everyone to have a fun and be social while enjoying a great sport. PHX Fray will do whatever they can to make sure all players are having fun.
Registrations & Team Size
PHX Fray is proud to relieve captains of the burden of paying for full teams. While captains and players are able to prepay for additional players and or full teams, it is not a requirement for participation in our leagues. We welcome individual player payments.
We are also proud to welcome those who do not have a full team (small groups and free agents) to participate in our league.
Our primary mission is to make it easier for people to have fun and get involved with social sports and these policies help accomplish that goal.
Because of these policies, all registrations are on a first come first serve basis and any roster that does not reach our standard size (based on each sport) is eligible to receive free agents and or small group by the league. Rosters made up of primarily free agents and or a collection of small groups may field more players than the standard roster size. This policy is in place to help ensure free agent teams are able to consistently field teams each week.
All players must be 21 years of age or older.
All players must be registered through the commi.sh website and have signed a Registration/Waiver Form.
1. PHX Fray aims to place no more than the following amount of players on each team: 11v11 (16-18 players), 9v9 (13-16 players), 8v8 (10-12 players), 7v7 (10-12 players), 6v6 (8-11 players), 5v5 (8-11 players).
2. Only Registered PHX Fray players are allowed to play on a given team. PHX Fray retains the right to suspend any team playing with unregistered players.
3. During playoffs, only players on a team’s original roster will be allowed to participate.
4. For 11v11 ,9v9, and 8v8 teams must field at least three (3) females. For 7v7, 6v6, and 5v5 teams must field at least two (2) females at all times.
5. If a team only has only two (9v9, 8v8) or one (7v7, 6v6, 5v5) female(s) show up to play, the game can continue but that team must play with one less guy.
6. During the playoffs, teams may not use subs and may only use players on their roster.
1. Teams shall try the best they can to have matching colored shirts before player t-shirts have been received. A light and a dark shirt are recommended.
2. Players should make every effort to wear a t-shirt provided by PHX Fray (if only to maintain consistent uniform colors).
3. Shirts will be received in the second week of regular season game play.
Regular Season Schedule
1. Schedules will be created based on the amount of teams playing in each league. It is normal for a few games to be lost because of inclement weather. The league makes no guarantee of any certain number of games- If conditions beyond the control of the league are present, including but not limited to, excessive inclement weather conditions.
2. PHX Fray will do what they can to reschedule games that were lost due to inclement weather.
Weather Related Game Cancellation
1. If Games are cancelled due to weather, the league will be informed immediately via email to reflect which cancellations have occurred.
3. Suspended Games – If, due to weather conditions, safety conditions, or referee discretion a game is halted prior to halftime, it will be replayed if possible. A game halted at halftime or later will stand as indicated by the score when the game was halted.
4. Rescheduled Games – If a game is cancelled for any reason, the league will reschedule if possible.
1. Game Statistics (wins and losses) will be recorded and posted on the PHX Fray web page.
2. Teams are encouraged to review their respective League Standings page periodically. The Team Captain should notify the League Host of any errors.
3. A 3-3 draw will be posted for games cancelled and not rescheduled at the end of the regular season.
4. Ties in the League Standings will be decided by head to head outcomes. If teams did not play head to head the cumulative points scored during the season will determine the tie breaker.
1. If there is a tie at the end of regulation during the regular season, that games will be recorded as a tie.
2. When daylight is a factor on grass fields, games can end in ties and standings will be determined at the end of the season.
3. If there is a tie at the end of regulation during playoffs, the game will be determined by a shootout.
A. Teams select 5 players to shoot (3 guys, 2 girls)
B. Teams will alternate taking direct penalty shots from the penalty (if available) or 12 yards from the goal-line with a goalie. (no male/female shooting order is necessary.)
C. If tied after the 1st round of 5v5, the 2nd round will be SUDDEN DEATH (i.e., 1st player from Team A scores and 1st player from Team B misses – Team A wins)
D. Players who shot in the 1st shootout are not eligible to shoot again until all remaining players present have shot.
E. If and when one (1) team begins to utilize players for the second time due to a lack of numbers, the other team may “re-use” players as well. This means some players on the team with more people present may or may not shoot.
Equipment – Please consider when preparing for the season
1. Shin guards (must be totally covered by socks to reduce the risk of injury) are mandatory and are an absolute requirement for all players.
2. Only soccer/athletic shoes are acceptable. No street shoes or metal cleats. Referees’ decisions on footwear suitability are final.
After the Game
1. Each team shall take responsibility to ensure bench areas are ready for play and the area is clean after the game. Generally, PHX Fray will have fields set-up and properly lined at the beginning of the first game. Field set up by teams is the exception rather than the rule. Help with cleanup is always appreciated.
Teams will play two (2) 20-25 minute halves or 30-35 minute halves for 11v11. There will be a running clock with a 2-5 minute half-time or as required due to adjusted game times per field allocations. Game times and half lengths are subject to time restrictions from a facility or permit.
1. Teams must be ready to play their game within ten (10) minutes of the scheduled game time.
2. If a team does not have at least two (2) females and four (4) guys then they are considered to have forfeited 9v9 and 8v8.
A. Should teams have enough of their own players that they don’t need to forfeit but not enough for a whole team, they may pick up players from another team provided that they are registered PHX Fray Players.
B. If remaining players from the scheduled team arrive after the start of the game then any players who have been picked up by another team should leave the game.
C. Any team who picks up players should not add more players than can play on the field at any given time- meaning that team should not have any substitutes.
Playoff Eligibility: teams that notch 2 or more forfeits during the regular season will not be eligible for the playoffs
1. Referees are responsible for managing substitutions and shall be made upon his/her consent.
2. Generally speaking, unlimited Substitutions may be made with the consent of the referee at the following times:
A. Throw In – YOUR possession.
B. Goal kick – either team.
C. Goal – either team.
D. Injury when the referee stops play that team is allowed to substitute for the injured player. The opposing team is then allowed to substitute a single player.
E. Yellow Card – Referee may choose for an immediate substitution of carded player. Carded players will remain on the sideline for at least two (2) minutes.
1. Slide tackling is NOT permitted.
2. The performance of a slide tackle may be grounds for a booking on the part of the referee. The level of booking is up to the discretion of the referee. Players may slide when not creating a dangerous play, i.e. sliding to keep a ball in play away from other players.
Off-sides is always in effect for 11v11 and 9v9 Leagues but is not in effect for 8v8 or 6v6 Leagues.
Misconduct and Fouls
Yellow Card – Referees will immediately substitute player out for a minimum of two (2) minutes.
Red Card – A player receiving a red card, or two (2) yellow cards in the same match, must leave the field premises, sight and sound, within one minute without substitution.
Any player receiving a red card will be suspended from the following match.
Multiple red cards in one season will be grounds for suspension -without refund- from the league.
Handballs: Intentional vs. Unintentional
When a handball occurs it is at the discretion of the referee to deem it intentional (foul) or unintentional (change or possession,free kick). ANY handball that occurs inside the goalie box will result in a direct penalty kick for the offensive team or a goal/free kick for the defensive team depending on the team at fault.
Penalty Kicks – penalty kicks can be awarded during a game if a foul occurs in the goalie box. It is at the discretion of the referee to award a direct kick penalty kick or to award an indirect kick.
There is to be no contact or over aggression with the goalie or any field player.
1. A first offense will result in a warning.
2. A second offense will result in a player being taken off the field for a time period determined by the ref dependent on severity.
3. A third offense will result in a player being taken out of the game and possibly suspended for the following game. Calls are at the discretion of the ref.
Fouls are at the discretion of the ref and all penalties assessed for said fouls are the refs decision. We are a social league and want to make sure everyone has a good time and most importantly is safe.
- Goalkeepers may punt, throw, or send goal kicks as far as they like across the half-line.
- Goalkeepers may throw in the ball for their team.
- Goalkeepers are to have a safe zone and no player should make contact with them at any time.
- Goalkeepers may not handle a throw in by their team with their own hands unless touched by an opposing player on the way in.
- A goalkeeper may be permitted to throw in the ball for their team.
- The goalkeeper may not pick up the ball with their hands when thrown in by their own player unless it touches someone from the opposing team.
- Throw-ins must be conducted near the spot the ball left the field, and with both feet touching the ground, as well as the proper form of both hands coming from behind the head in a forward motion. Players will be given an opportunity to correct a throw in one time,at the discretion of the ref, if at that point it is still a bad throw the ball can be given to the opposite team.
All fouls will be followed by an indirect kick unless otherwise noted by the ref for leagues with 9v9 or less. Direct kicks will be in effect depending on the foul for 11v11 leagues.
All players conducting Free Kicks are expected to have a reasonable amount of space to make the kick. The opposing team should allow a five (5) pace distance for the Free Kick to be conducted.
Discipline – The Team Captain assumes the responsibility regarding team leadership and maintenance of order and discipline. United Social Sports expects each Captain to set a positive example for their players in promoting good sportsmanship and self- control.
Sideline Control – The Captain is responsible for the behavior of his/her bench area. After being verbally warned or cautioned (yellow card) by the referee for unsportsmanlike behavior from his/her bench area, the Captain will receive a red card if the situation persists.
The referee also has the power to eject any spectator at any time at his or her discretion.
Use of Foul Language is not appreciated in any circumstances and can result in a warning or in extreme circumstances can result in ejection from a game. PHX Fray plays on city park property and there are others present during games, thus, we cannot allow for inappropriate conduct.
PHX Fray will refuse registration to any player currently on suspension from any Phoenix-area league.
PHX Fray also reserves the right to suspend players from league play.
This is at the sole discretion of PHX Fray and cannot be appealed. Registration fees will not be refunded to suspended players.
- PHX Fray understands that for most people joining a sports team is about hanging out with your friends, having a good time and meeting some new people. We strive to keep the games fair and stress free so you can do just that… socialize and have a good time!
Registration dues vary by location, night and sport. PHX Fray strives to be the best deal in town, keeping dues low while still providing a quality experience for our members. You definitely get your money’s worth! Bar games leagues are usually 6-7 weeks and cost between $35-$40 per person per season, while our social sports leagues are usually 7-8 weeks and cost between $65-$80 per person per season.
Each league typically gets at least 6 organized nights of games and socializing, and league-wide parties where you’ll get to meet hundreds of other players.
Are you sure you don’t know them or that they aren’t a friend of a friend? 🙂
If not, it likely means free agents or another small group has been merged onto your team. When groups do not reach full team size we merge groups and free agents together to fill out rosters.
To learn more about our how the roster management and group / free agent mergers work check out our full roster management page.
- First Offense: Loss of game.
- Second Offense: Loss of game and staff reserves the right to remove team from playoffs.
- Third Offense: Potential Removal from the league, at the discretion of league commissioners.
- Any team that forfeits more than once also forfeits any guarantee or right to a certain number of guaranteed games.
- If you know in advance that your team is going to forfeit a game, we encourage you to let us know prior by emailing [email protected] we can notify your opponent.
- Teams have until ten minutes past the designated start time to field a full squad (minimum numbers of players required to play according to the rules). Refer to rules regarding gender policies (batting ratios, female designated football plays, etc). Anything less then the minimum must be approved by the staff and opposing team.
- All players must be at least 21. Why? Because playing your game is only part of the fun. A large part of our leagues is what happens at the bars after the games! Most players are between 24 and 36 years old and we’re split about 45% male, 55% female.
- Absolutely! The majority of PHX Fray players sign up by themselves or in small groups. Once registration for a division is closed, we merge all free agents and small groups into bigger teams, as space is available. From the beginning you’ll get to meet new people from your team, not to mention all the other players from the other teams as the season plays out!
- PHX Fray is the EASIEST way to meet people and make new friends!
- Yes! Your ringleader will form a new group during the registration process. Once they’re registered, everyone can register under that group / team name. Easy Peasy! Doesn’t matter how small your group is, we’ll keep your buddies together when we merge and finalize teams after registration is closed. Start telling your friends to join you now!
- *PHX Fray reserves the right to put independent players on your group / team. Please check out our Roster Table to see average team size for leagues*
- If you would like to prepay for other players or for an entire team you have the option to do so when registering. Once you are in the registration process at the section: “Choose Your Destiny” there will be an option to Prepay for Others. Simply enter the number of additional people you are paying for, create a prepaid code and your total cost should update next to the box. Provide your created prepaid code to your players to use when they go to register themselves for the season. (yes, everyone still needs to register and accept the waiver, etc.)
- Some of our divisions now offer an option to prepay for a full team! When you are creating a team/group you can select to “Prepay for a Team” under the prepay for others option. The total for payment should be reflected on the right-hand side of the screen. Complete the rest of the registration prompts and proceed to the payment screen. When you pay for a full team you are paying for a team spot in the league and a specific number of roster spots. Your teammates still need to register for the season and apply your prepaid code.
- If you are unable to participate after completing the registration process we can transfer your registration to a future season as long as the season has not begun.
- Often our rosters have limited space and last minute cancellations hinder our ability to properly plan and organize the season and our leagues as well as the costs that have already been incurred by the league. This also applies to prepayments and team payments.
- The call to cancel is typically made by the operating facility. We usually build one or more weeks of make up days in case of bad weather and cancellations.
- We always communicate the final call a few hours before the games, day-of. But generally you can expect us to play through a light drizzle. Any lightning in the area and games are first delayed then cancelled.
- If a league has multiple cancellations, all games may not be able to be rescheduled.