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Important Spring 2018 Dates

Key ICYSL Dates:

March 04 – Preliminary team counts/strengths due

March 11 – Final team counts/strengths due - Flighting begins (All rosters due)

March 18 – Flighting finalized / all rosters to be submitted – scheduling begins

IMPORTANT: All rosters must be in for us to start scheduling.

March 28 -- Mandatory TR / Coaches Meeting at Deutscher Club, 787 Featherbed Ln, Clark, NJ 07066

April 07 – Opening weekend (for U12 and up)

April 14 – Opening weekend (for U10)

June 02 - First playoff weekend (for U12-U16)

June 16 – Finals Fest & Fun Fest (Rain date 6/17)


Spring 2018: 

U10 will play 8-game season plus the Fun Fest on the last weekend

U12 - U18 will be playing 7-game season plus playoffs


4/07 –- Week A - Season starts for U12-U18

4/14 -- Week B – Season starts for U10

4/21 -- Week C

4/28 -- Week D

5/05 -- Week E 

5/12 -- Week F

5/19 -- Week G

5/26 -- Week H - Make up games (5/28 Memorial Day)

6/02 -- Week I – First Round Playoffs

6/09 –-Week J - Second Round Playoffs

6/16 –-Week K - Finals Fest in Piscataway (Finals Fest 3rd place games at home team field)  

                           Fun Fest for U10 in Piscataway         (Rain date: 6/17, Father’s Day)

Format for Fall 2018/Spring 2019

Build Out Line (U10 division)


The purpose of the Build Out Line (BOL) is to promote playing the ball out of the back in a less pressured setting. It also denotes where offside offences can be called.


The BOL is equidistant from the penalty area line and the halfway line. It can be painted on the field or marked with flags or cones.



Players cannot be penalized for an offside offense between the halfway line and the BOL. Players can be penalized for an offside offense between the BOL and the goal line.



Defenders/Opponents may not pass the BOL until the ball has left the penalty area. The ball is in play when it leaves the penalty area.  Repeat the goal kick for an infraction.



  1. Opponents must retreat behind the BOL before they can pressure the ball/attacking team.
  2. The opponent must remain passive and cannot pressure the ball if they have not retreated beyond the BOL. 
  3. If an opponent pressures the ball before retreating beyond the BOL, an IFK is awarded to the attacking team at the point of the infraction.  Players that are not involved in the play are considered passive and need not be penalized.
  4. Goalkeepers must throw, roll or play with their feet to put the ball into play.
  5. Goalkeepers cannot punt or drop-kick the ball.

A. If a punt or drop-kick occurs the restart is an IFK at the point of the infraction.

B. If a punt or drop-kick occurs inside the goal area the IFK is taken at the penalty area line parallel with the goal line at the point where the infringement occurred.

  1. The goalkeeper has 6 seconds to release the ball.  The count starts when the opponents have retreated behind the BOL.  If a 6 second violation occurs an IFK is awarded to the opponent.  See points A and B for placement of the ball.  Referees are encouraged to be flexible in enforcement and verbal warnings are initially recommended.



Volunteers Needed!

ICYSL is looking for additional volunteers to help out in various ways. We are currently looking for help in the following areas:

  • ICYSL League Secretary
If you are interested in helping out with any of these positions or you can think of another way to volunteer your time, please email us at
ICYSL survives on the time donations of our volunteers and can only improve with additional resources.
Thank You
-ICYSL Board
We Need You!
First Playoff Weekend U12-U18
Fun Fest (U10) and Finals Fest (U12-U18)
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