We tried to cover as many questions we think you might have! If you need additional information, visit the tournament’s Contacts page.
What is 3v3?
3 v 3 is the game everyone is talking about!
It is fun and fast-paced with no goal keepers, no off side, and no slide tackles. Teams may have a maximum of six players, with three on the field and three substitutes. Each team will typically play a minimum of 4 games, consisting of two ten-minute halves separated by a two minute break. Georgia Rush Summer Blast will award medals to all Champions and Finalists.
Ask your friends – talk to your teammates and enter a team now!
Who Can Play 3v3 soccer?
The Rush Summer Blast 3v3 Soccer is a soccer event open to players of all skill levels.
Who can Coach?
Anyone can coach a team and we strongly encourage you to enter a team. The primary job of the coach is to cheer on the players, make substitutions and get the team to the correct field at the correct time. It will be very simple, fun and rewarding!
How do I determine which age bracket is appropriate for my team?
Teams should be registered in the age-group category of the oldest player on the team, even if players’ ages span more than one age group. (See age chart below)
Age Group Birth Year
U-14 January 1, 2003 to December 31, 2003
U-13 January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2004
U-12 January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2005
U-11 January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006
U-10 January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2007
U-9 January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008
U-8 January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009
U-7 January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010
U-6 January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011
U-5 January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012
Necessary Information to complete team registration:
- Players’ names
- Players’ date of birth
- Players’ contact information
Mail check (payable to: Georgia Rush) and completed Registration form to:
Georgia Rush Soccer Club
Attn: 3V3 Summer Blast
14295 Birmingham Hwy
Milton, GA 30004
How many players can I have on the roster?
You may carry a maximum of 6 players with a minimum of 4 players. Your team’s entry fee is the same regardless of the number of players on the team.
Who needs to attend Check-In?
One member and/or coach from each team must attend the pre-event Check-in to show player cards (non-Rush team/ player) and medical release forms (including all Georgia Rush teams/players), pick up tournament rules, and event T-shirts. See Check-in information posted on the Spring Fling webpage.
You must bring a completed Mecial Release Form for all players (Georgia Rush players included),
Will there be Summer Blast tournament t-shirts for sale?
Yes, onsite purchase of t-shirts will be available while supplies last.
How are the divisions formed?
Teams will be placed in divisions based on age and gender. Teams that span more than one age group will be placed in the division of the oldest player on the team.
The playing field is 40 yards long by 30 yards wide for ages U10 and higher; a 30 x 20 yard field is used for U5, U6, U7 and U8 participants.
Are numbers on jerseys required?
No, but all players must wear similar team shirts (same color) during play. If both teams are wearing the same color, the home team (listed first on the schedule) must change to their alternate shirt/jersey or use pinnies.
Can I request a specific time to play?
Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee any accommodation of this type of request.
Are there any player restrictions on casts, or jewelry?
Referees must approve players wearing proactive casts (hard casts will not be allowed). No jewelry will be allowed (including earrings, of any type; rope necklaces and/or bracelets). The only exception will be for players wearing medical bracelets.