Easter Bunny Cup
Saturday, April 15, 2017
CLOYES SOCCER PARK
2700 Cross Country
Germantown, TN 38138
Open to all U7- U19 players and
Saturday, April 15th
Cloyes Soccer Park
LEGENDS' BUNNY CUP
The following session is for ALL U7- U19 Boys and Girls (including Future Legends, Jr. Legends and Legends competitive soccer players) registered to play during the 2017 Spring Season, plus Alumni of the Germantown Legends Soccer program.
All players should bring water, appropriate size soccer ball and wear shin guards under their socks to all sessions.
NO advance registration required.
But a donation of one Chocolate Bunny per player is encouraged, so that no one leaves empty handed.
PRIZES: Winners will be awarded the larger 'Chocolate Bunnies' for their efforts.
The Germantown Legends Coaching Staff will be conducting small-sided games at the Cloyes Soccer Park. While skill levels will range from beginner to advanced, players will be divided by age and or skill level (if numbers will allow).
For the latest information and session updates, please check the online calendar at www.GermantownLegendsSoccer.com.
• Entry fee is FREE... but a donation of one chocolate bunny per player is recommended.
• Free play, small sided game session led by staff.
• Open to all registered players (U7 on up)
• Players pick their own teams of three or four players (and team names)
• Teams may be co-ed. And may have players who are playing up and down in age groups..... think how teams were formed in the neighborhoods, when kids were allowed to play outside in the street or in their front yards with their siblings and neighbors.
• Run like a mini tournament.
• Games last no more than 7- 10 minutes each.... round robin format.
• NO referees
• NO coaching (unless you are playing)
• All on field disputes settled by 'rock, paper, scissors'
• 3 points for a win, plus a point for each goal.
• Two teams with most points will meet in final to become the Easter Bunny Cup CHAMPION!
• Players on top team receive LARGEST chocolate bunnies.
See additional 'Rules for Small-sided Games' under the Resources tab or visit SmallSidedGamesRules.GermantownLegends.com.
"3v3 Soccer" is claimed to be the fastest growing form of soccer in the World. Its greatest popularity is in the United States, where hundreds, and perhaps thousands of Tournaments take place each year; however, it is also now begun to catch on in many other countries.
This style of soccer is more commonly referred to as a "small-sided" game, as compared to a full game with larger teams. The field used is smaller than a regulation soccer pitch, instead it typically is 30 yards wide by 40 yards long, although these dimensions vary quite a bit when the game is played indoors due to the varied styles and sizes of indoor pitches. It uses a much smaller goal than full-sided soccer. In most 3v3, there is no keeper, although one variant, 3v3 Micro Soccer, does use a keeper.
It is a much faster paced, and higher scoring game than traditional full sided soccer. The speed of the attack, the use of triangulation, and the strategies bring aspects of Hockey into the game. The quick shift from one end of the field to the other after a goal is scored, or upon loss of possession is reminiscent of Basketball. It requires the blending of individual skills with teamwork.
Its gain in popularity is largely because every member of the team gets equal playing time, and equal touches on the ball. All players on the field are a part of the play. Because of the speed of the game, and the fact that players are constantly in motion, there are frequent substitutions. A typical player may be rotated on six times or more in one game. There are no permanently assigned positions as there are in full sided soccer, giving each team member equal status and equal importance. This helps to develop individual skills.
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