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Welcome to the 2019 Pilot Cup!


Tie breakers
Tie Breakers are decided by 1. Head to Head 2. Fewest goals allowed 3. Goal differential (+/-5) 4. Most Shut outs 5. Shoot out


Daily Pilot Cup Rules


Posted 5-28-2019 - 5:00 P.M.



Please check the lost-and-found by the snack bar for any missing items. Thanks.

Click Here for the Pilot Cup Rules

At the referee's discretion, a one point penalty in the pool standings will be assessed to teams who's sideline is disruptive, abusive or interfering with the officiating and/or playing of a match.

Additionally, if a team's coach or spectators continue to interfere in the match despite the referee's warning, the referee may terminate the match. At that point, it will be up to the tournament director to determine the outcome.

One point in the pool play standings can make the difference between a team advancing to the quarter finals or being eliminated from further participation, don't let this happen to one of your teams. In addition to the referee at the match, we will have monitors observing games and they may also assess a penalty. Coaches who do not conduct themselves properly or who fail to control their sidelines, will not be permitted to coach a team in the next year's tournament.

The referees are volunteers, they are there to make the games safe, fun and fair for the kids as should every other adult in attendance.





Respect the Referees


Posted 5-28-2019 - 5:10 P.M.

Do not argue with or harass our referee volunteers.

These referees are there to make the games safe, fair and enjoyable for your kids. Without these referees, this tournament does not happen.
If a coach or spectator is guilty of harassing the referees, the game will be stopped immediately and those involved in the harassment will be asked to leave the field. Play will not continue until that person(s) is in the parking lot. Failure to do so will result in a suspension of the game and possible forfeit by the team whose spectators’ are disobeying the referees request.




No discutir cono acosar a nuestros voluntarios de árbitro.

Estos árbitrosestán ahí para hacer las finales seguras, justas y agradable para sus niños. Sin estos árbitros, este torneo no sucederia.
Si unentrenador o espectador es culpable de acosar a los árbitros, el juego sedetendrá inmediatamente y los implicados en el acoso se les pedirá a abandonarel campo. El Juego no continuará hasta que esa persona o personas estén en elestacionamiento. No hacerlo resultará en la suspensión del juego o posible pérdida del equipo cuyos espectadoresestán desobedeciendo la petición de árbitros.




Schedules Information


TO VIEW TEAM SCHEDULES
To view all teams in your Age, click Teams then Age.
To view only your Team games, click Teams, click Age, Click your team.
To view all games in your Age, click Schedules, click Age.
To view standings click Standings, click Age.
To view only your Teams scores, click Teams, click Age, Click your team.
To view all scores in your Age, click Schedules, click Age.
To view all information relating to the Daily Pilot Cup, click Homepage.


HOW TO REPORT SCORES

Completed Game Cards will be at the Fields of play and the Referees will have them.
After the game the Referee reports the score to a Field Marshall or directly to the Central Scoreboard Area.

IF A WRONG SCORE IS POSTED

Please contact person in charge at the Headquarters (Snack Bar) - ASAP.




Pease contact Daily Pilot Cup Scheduler with all questions relating to schedules.



Tie breakers
Tie Breakers are decided by 1. Head to Head 2. Fewest goals allowed 3. Goal differential (+/-5) 4. Most Shut outs 5. shoot out


Tie breakers PK
Boys 5/6 bronze PK shoot out to determine who is wild card . 1.45 PM at the farm on field 3


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