Kick 4 a Cause 4v4 Tournament
Saturday, January 11 | WRAL Soccer Park in Raleigh, North Carolina
- 100% Proceeds will benefit the Autism Society of NC (Scholarships to send children with autism to Camp Royall)
- Cost: $180 for youth and adult teams
- Registration Deadline: January 6, 2020
- Divisions: Boys and Girls U8, U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U16, U19
- Adult Co-Ed and Men's Open
- All teams will be accepted to participate!
Tournament Rules & Game Format
- 4 v 4 (no goalkeepers)
- Single day tournament
- Four players on the field per team
- Max of eight (8) players per roster
- 40 x 30 yard field
- No offside, one referee (who donates their time to the event)
- Two twelve (12) minute halves with a 2 minute halftime
- 4 games guaranteed
- Winners will get bragging rights; no medals or trophies are awarded during this event to keep the focus on the mission of the event
- A player can only play for one team
- All players must wear matching jerseys/shirts; in the event of similar colored jerseys, the home team will be asked to change.
- A FULL set of rules will be posted under Tourney Info
Player and Team Structure
- Players may compete UP a level but not down a level.
- Birthyear Age Groups determined by Fall 2019/2020 USYS Birthyear groups. (see rules for clarifications)
- Youth teams must have a coach (21 years of age or older).
- Proof of age & playing division is required.
- Teams may be formed from current teams or be newly formed teams.
- Teams can be formed from current teams or be newly formed teams.
- Men's Open teams are made of male players only
- Adult Co-ed teams must have one female player on the field through the entire game & one female player must be on the field at any given point of the game
100% of event proceeds will benefit the Autism Society of NC, specifically sending children to Camp Royall. Camp Royall is operated by the Autism Society of NC and is a hub of year-round activity that offers a caring, accepting atmosphere that celebrates each individual. The 133-acre camp near Pittsboro is the nation's largest and oldest autism camp, serving thousands of people each year. Camp Royall provides typical camp activities, in a structured environment to meet the needs of individuals with autism. heir school playground which is used on a daily basis by their on-campus Pre-K and grade school students.
After spending time at camp, individuals show increases in confidence, independence, and a willingness to try new things. Click here to learn more about Camp Royall. And, click here to hear a wonderful testimonial and story about Matthew who went to Camp Royall hoping to make a friend, and at the end of camp, he had two best friends for life.