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Summerlin - AYSO Soccer Region 1258

10U Division Guidelines

10U Boys & Girls Division Coordinator - Mike Bauder

10U Division Guidelines

Players’ Equipment and Ball

  • Soccer Ball: Size 4
  • Footwear: Soccer shoes are recommended (or similar type athletic shoes). The type and condition of cleated shoes must be inspected for safety before use.
  • Shin Guards: Mandatory for both practices and games. Shin guards must be covered entirely by socks.
  • Game Jerseys and Socks: Game jerseys and socks are provided by AYSO Region 1258.

Practices and Games:

  • Practice Frequency and Duration: Two (2) practice each week … maximum 60 minutes each practice session
  • Game Frequency and Duration: One (1) game each week … maximum 50 minutes
  • Practice Locations: Summerlin Community Park
  • Game Locations: Summerlin Community Park
  • Supervision of Players:
    A ratio of one adult for every eight (8) or fewer players must be followed
    At least two adults must be present at all practices and in the coaching box at games
    At least one adult needs to be the same gender as the players
    One of the supervising adults may be an AYSO certified team parent.


  • Dribbling…Using the feet to maintain possession of the ball while moving
  • Instep Kick (laces)…Used to kick the ball for long passes and shots on goal
  • Throw-­‐In …Used to restart play after the entire ball has crossed the touchline…the opposing players must be at least two (2) yards from the ball until it is thrown in
  • Inside of the Foot–Push Pass…Used for short passes to maintain possession by passing to a teammate
  • Inside of the Foot - ­Ball Control…Used to control the ball to maintain possession
  • Top of Thigh–Ball Control…Used to control the ball in the air using the top of the thigh in order to maintain possession and prepare for the next move
  • Juggling…Keeping the ball in the air without it touching the ground using all parts of the body except the hands
  • Tackling–Front Block…Used to take the ball away from an opponent or to maintain possession
  • Goalkeeping - Restart of Play Following a Goalkeeper Save or a Goalkeeper Catch…After receiving (catching) the ball, U10 Division goalkeepers may distribute the ball by throwing it underhand or overhand. Goalkeepers shall not punt the ball. If the goalkeeper inadvertently punts the ball, the possessing goalkeeper shall retain the ball and complete a goalkeeper throw
  • Goal Kicks…Awarded to the defending team when the attacking team is last to touch the ball when it crosses the goal line without going into the goal…any player can take the goal kick…the opposing players must be at least ten (10) yards from the ball until it is kicked and put into play
  • Corner Kicks…Awarded to the opposing team when the defending team is last to touch the ball when it crosses the goal line without going into the goal…the opposing players must be at least ten (10) yards from the ball until it is kicked and put into play
  • Heading the ball in practices and in games is banned for all U10 Division players. An indirect kick will be awarded to the opposing team if a U10 Division player deliberately heads the ball during a game.

Build-­‐Out Line (U10 Division):

  • The Build-Out Line (BOL) is established to encourage the development of play from the backfield.
  • The Build-Out Line shall be marked across the field midway between the top of the penalty area and the halfway line.
  • Goalkeeper Possession:  The opposing team must move behind the build-out line when the goalkeeper has possession.  At any time, the    goalkeeper may throw the ball, roll the ball, or place the ball on the ground so he, she, or a teammate can kick the ball.  As soon as the        goalkeeper releases the ball, opponents may cross the build-out line.
  • Goal Kicks:  The opposing team must move behind the build-out line for goal kicks.  Opponents may only cross back over the Build-Out      Line once the ball is put in play.  The ball is in play when it is kicked.  The goalkeeper or the player taking the kick does not have to wait for  the opposing players to move behind the build-out line.
  • The build-­‐out line shall be used as the line to determine offside. Players cannot be penalized for an offside infraction between the halfway  line and the build-‐out line.


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