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How to Determine Age Groups and Divisions – How to determine an age group for a given player. In addition, this page also provides the general guidelines that should be used in assigning a team to a division and players to a given team.

Charter, Season Rules, Season Letters, and Tournament Information

SFL Charter (Approved August 11, 2017)(See viewing note below)

Fall 2017 Registration Letter (See viewing note below)

Fall 2017 Season Letter (See viewing note below)

Fall 2017 Tournament Letter (See viewing note below)

Listing of Major Process and Rules Changes Considered for the Fall 2017 Season (See viewing note below)

Fall 2017 Proposed Rules (See viewing note below)

Fall 2017 Rules (See viewing note below)

Third Game Schedule for 5 Team Round Robin Tournament Divisions – Fall 2017 (See viewing note below)

Guides

Club Representative Guide (See viewing note below)

Coach’s Guide  (See viewing note below)

Guide to Referees Fall 2015 (See viewing note below)

Tournament Referee Guide (See viewing note below)

Tournament Responsibilities for Site Coordinators and Division Commissioners (See viewing note below)

Sample Tournament Game Board (See viewing note below)

US Youth Soccer Player Development Initiatives – Discusses 9 v 9 Rules (See viewing note below)

Process and Procedure Documents

Game Reports (See viewing note below)

New Club Additions (See viewing note below)

Privacy Policy (See viewing note below)

Publishing Email Addresses (See viewing note below)

Rescheduling Regular Season Games (See viewing note below)

SFL Master Player Roster Summary (See viewing note below)

SFL Team Rosters (See viewing note below)

Team Registration Process To Be Used by Clubs (See viewing note below)

Tournament Scheduling (See viewing note below)

Historical Documents

Historical Documents Can be Found by Clicking This Link

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