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ESFA Competitions Newsletter

Monthly Newsletter 

Season 2012/13

Welcome to another season of Schools’ Football!


Remember, the deadline dates published on the ESFA website and in the handbook are play-on dates. Teams can play earlier if mutually agreed. Failure to comply with the deadline dates may result in your Association being removed from the competition. Extensions to deadline dates will only be granted in exceptional circumstances by the ESFA National Competitions Department. Any requests for an extension to a deadline date must be made via email to
competitions@esfa.co.uk by both teams, detailing the reasons why the match cannot be played on time. If you have any issues or concerns regarding your fixtures please contact us via email at competitions@esfa.co.uk. Please refer to the Guidance Notes document enclosed with this letter which summarise the competition rules – hopefully, you will find this useful as a quick reference guide.

Once again, the ESFA has increased level of financial support for County SFAs competing in ESFA National Inter-County Trophy competitions. A grant towards the cost of travel can be claimed for all national rounds of Inter-County Trophy competitions at the rate of £2 per mile. Furthermore, Associations can claim up to £200 towards the cost of any losses incurred by staging a home fixture in ESFA National Inter-County Trophy competitions. A claim form can be downloaded from the ESFA website. The completed form must be returned to darren.alcock@schoolsfa.com within seven days after your match has taken place.


As always, at the beginning of a new season, there are some important matters that I must bring to your attention regarding rule changes in football - I have listed these items below:


Discipline
: From the start of Season 2012-2013, all football will operate under the MATCH BASED disciplinary procedures of The Football Association and Schools’ Football will be regarded as ONE category (i.e. Inter-School, Inter-District, Inter-County and International). Therefore, if your Association Representative Team has a player sent off for a standard red card offence, the suspension will automatically commence 21 days after the date of the game from which the player was sent off and will apply to all levels of School Football. This is mandatory and there is no right of appeal except under claims for mistaken identity or if DVD evidence can be supplied to prove that an obvious error has been made by the match referee. If you have not received a suspension notice from the ESFA within 10 days of a red card, then you must contact the ESFA immediately. Non-receipt of paperwork is not a valid defence and a charge will be issued if a student plays whilst under suspension to both the School/College/Association and the player.


Any suspension that is imposed as a result of a standard red card offence will only apply to the category of football from which the player was sent off. This means that a player who is sent off for a Youth Club team can still play in Schools’ Football and vice-versa.


A Misconduct Charge will be issued where an incident is reported which does not fall under standard dismissal offences or is a serious offence. A Discipline Commission will convene to consider all Misconduct Cases, whether the response to the charge is accepted or denied. If you receive a Misconduct Charge and it is found proven, the suspension is from ALL Football. If one of your players is issued with a Misconduct Charge you will receive a charge letter, response form and any evidence that the ESFA has received which we have based our charge upon. You must ensure you respond to the charge within 14 days. An administration fee of £10 is applied to all discipline cases.


For further information on the new discipline process visit
www.esfa.co.uk/discipline or refer to pages 37 – 46 of the ESFA handbook.


Academy / Centre of Excellence Players:
Although this may not directly affect your Associations internal league and cup competitions, it is important to note that the following rule was passed at the ESFA AGM in June and will apply from the start of Season 2012-2013: “In ESFA Individual School/College competitions, a maximum of three players who attend the same FA Licensed Academy/Centre of Excellence run by a club that employs contract players can participate in a match.” The rationale behind this rule change was to (1) minimise the impact that a whole team of players from the same Academy/Centre of Excellence can have on a National Cup Competition, and (2) to ensure that schools field genuine school players, rather than a whole team of those who have joined the school as part of an Academy-based programme.


Mixed Football
: The FA has amended its rules to extend the age at which mixed football is allowed from the U13 age group to the U14 age group. The FA requested this change in order to allow further research into mixed football at this older age group during the 2012-13 playing season. The resolution was fully supported by The FA Board, FA Executive and FA Council and the result means that girls and boys will be able to play in the same teams up to and including School Year 9.


The FA Youth Review:
As you may already be aware, The FA’s Youth Review is now complete and here is how it will affect Schools’ Football over the coming seasons:

All changes made following the FA Youth Review relating to formats of the game that children will play are optional for Season 2012-2013. This enables Schools and Associations to have an additional year of lead-in time to support the implementation, if required.

Player Pathway for Season 2013-2014:

Age Group

Maximum
Format

Recommended Pitch size

Ball Size

Recommended Goal Size

U7

5 v 5

40 x 30 yards

3

12 x 6 (ft)

U8 & U9

7 v 7

60 x 40 yards

3

12 x 6 (ft)

U10

7 v 7

60 x 40 yards

4

12 x 6 (ft)

U11*

9 v 9

80 x 50 yards

4

16 x 7 or 21 x 7 (ft)

U12* & U13

11 v 11

90 x 55 yards

4

21 x 7 or 24 x 8 (ft)

Player Pathway for Season 2014-2015:

Age Group

Maximum
Format

Recommended Pitch size

Ball Size

Recommended Goal Size

U7 & U8

5 v 5

40 x 30 yards

3

12 x 6 (ft)

U9

7 v 7

60 x 40 yards

3

12 x 6 (ft)

U10

7 v 7

60 x 40 yards

4

12 x 6 (ft)

U11 & U12

9 v 9

80 x 50 yards

4

16 x 7 (ft)

U13

11 v 11

90 x 55 yards

4

21 x 7 (ft)

*If purchasing new goals for the 9v9 format it is recommended teams buy 16 x 7 ft goals. Teams can use 21 x 7 ft goals if that is only what is currently available. The ESFA’s advice on this matter is that where possible, the early introduction of 9 v 9 football may facilitate the purchase of goals before the main rush at the end of this season. The Football Foundation is currently operating a scheme to fund 50% towards the cost of new goalposts for 9 v 9 football (available to clubs and schools). For more information on this scheme please visit www.footballfoundation.org.uk


Football Kit:
The use of a full black football strip is becoming an increasing cause of concern – it is not permitted at this level of football. If you are seeking to purchase a new football strip for your School or Association representative team, please ensure that you do not acquire black shirts, as this colour is reserved for the match officials only. All football shirts must be numbered. If you need a new football strip for your School or Association team, you can apply to the Premier League Players’ Kit Scheme for a set of free kit. The fourth window for accepting applications is due to open soon; applications are made via http://plplayerskitscheme.premierleague.com/s/kit/


The insurance certificate to cover your Association’s activities for Season 2012-2013 will be emailed directly to you by Lorna Hartwell. Details of the cover provided can be found on page 10 of the handbook. If you have any queries regarding this matter, please email
admin@esfa.co.uk


I remind you that if you wish to undertake an FA Level 1, 2, 3 or age appropriate Coaching Qualification, you can receive a significant discount from the cost of the course as long as you are a full time teacher. This bursary scheme has also been expanded to support both teachers and students to gain basic Referee and FA Medical Coaching Qualifications. For more details on this scheme visit
www.esfa.co.uk/coaching.


Finally, I take this opportunity of thanking you and your association colleagues for the hard work and tremendous dedication that is committed into ensuring that County Representative Football continues in your area. The importance of offering our youngsters the opportunity to experience National Competition in an educational environment should never be underestimated. I urge you to promote the values of The FA’s Respect Campaign – information on this can be found in the ESFA handbook and on
www.thefa.com/respect.


Best regards,

Darren Alcock

ACTING NATIONAL COMPETITIONS’ MANAGER

* darren.alcock@schoolsfa.com




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