|min. length||max. length||min. width||max. width||goal size|
|6v6 field||45 yds||60 yds||35 yds||45 yds||18' x 6'|
|8v8 field||70 yds||80 yds||45 yds||55 yds||18' x 6'|
|11v11 field||100 yds||120 yds||50 yds||75 yds||24' x 8'|
|field diagrams are available by clicking on appropriate format/link|
These “priorities of play” are for players who are multiple rostered. These priorities:
These priorities provide players, coaches and parents with a set of expectations for players rostered to multiple teams. They have been developed to enable players to rise to their highest level of soccer while affording them access to all levels of play. It was developed with input from representatives of all types and levels of play within the state. They have been developed to eliminate such questions as "Who do I play for?, which practice should I attend?, or “what team should I play with on a tournament weekend?” These priorities are to be respected and adhered to by all of the various soccer interests that compete for a player's attention and time.
In general terms, a player's priorities are as follows.
1. Major Tournaments:
All other tournaments – players are to alternate attendance in event of scheduled conflict
2. State Team Tryouts (except Sunday afternoons during MAPLE seasons)
3. Regularly scheduled League games
4. Make-up games
However, there exist variations in priority based on the playing season. So please read and understand each category and how they interrelate.
Soccer Activity Priority List:
1. Regional ODP Tournaments
2. State Cup Tournament
3. MTOC and Qualifying Games
4. State Team Tryouts in summer, fall (other than on Sunday afternoons) and winter seasons only. Try-out dates must also be established and available through the State Office at least one month in advance.
5. All Games: