Game Format

  • All Futsal Leagues are single-opponent; teams will play one game per week.
  • All Futsal Leagues use a Games Coordinator (GC)
  • All Futsal Leagues use a weekly time slot of 1.00 hour.
    • The Total floor time consists of a warm-up, two 25 minute halves and a 5 minute half-time.
    • In the regular season, ties are allowed. There is no overtime or shoot-out.

Season Length

  • All 9 Week Futsal Leagues use the following structure:
    • 7 weeks of regular season games.
    • 2 weeks of playoff games.
  • All 8 Week (Summer) Futsal Leagues use the following structure:
    • 6 weeks of regular season games.
    • 2 weeks of playoff games.
  • There may be instances where byes are scheduled due to facility availability, meaning the season may be played over 9-12 total weeks. 
  • In rare cases, games may be played on Long Weekends or Holidays.

Playoffs

  • Playoff Format:
    • All teams are guaranteed 2 playoff games.
    • Only the Top 4 teams will compete for the League Championship.
  • League champs will receive t-shirts that can be picked up from the Season-end Party.
  • There are no ties in playoffs. 
    • Halves are shortened to allow for a penalty kick shoot-out, should it be required. 
    • 5 players from each team will alternate shots from the penalty-mark at one end of the gym.
      • The initial 5 players will have a three male maximum.
    • If the score is still tied after the initial round of penalty kicks, the penalty kicks will continue in sudden-death fashion:
      • Both teams must shoot in the sudden-death round, the team shooting first does not win if they score.
      • ​A player is not allowed to take a second shot if there are players on his/her team of the same gender that have not yet shot. 
      • The shooting team must alternate males and females.

Rosters

 Format Ideal Roster Size
(F) = Female
Total # of Players
required on the field
Total # of Females
required on the field
5 vs. 5 9-11 (4 F) 4 + Goalie 1
  • When registering a full team, there is no limit to the maximum number of players you can have on the roster.
  • Prior to the first game of the season, teams must have 5 players confirmed on the roster in MyCSSC. This number is equal to the total number of players required on the field in the above chart.
    • If the minimum amount of confirmed roster players is not met, the team will receive a loss for every game played until the requirement is met.
  • Prior to the first playoff game, teams must have all players who are playing in the playoff game(s) displayed as part of the confirmed roster in MyCSSC.
    • If this requirement is not met, teams will receive an automatic loss and will not be eligible for the championship.
  • A team may bring in subs that are not listed on the roster. To learn more about the sub policies, click here.