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World Cup 3v3

Thank you to all teams that participated in our World Cup event this year!

World Cup 3V3 Tournament

Arizona Soccer Club is excited to host yet another World Cup 3V3 Tournament!

This event is a great way to celebrate soccer and be able to represent your favorite country in our event.

Each team will play guaranteed 3 games in a tournament format.

This league is open to all players from all clubs.

Dates: April 19th and 20th (Friday and Sunday). No games on Easter Sunday!

Registration Deadline: Friday, April 12th

Schedule will be released Monday, April 15th 

No release necessary.

Location: Mansel Park in Queen Creek

Registration Info:

  • Open to all players from any club.
  • No release form necessary.
  • Open to 2012-2000 birth years for boys and girls teams
  • Age groups may be combined.

Every team is required to have a designated team manager that is the point of contact for all league communications and the manager should pay and register the team online.

The manager will need to create a new Got Soccer account for the team. Do not use your current club team account.

During registration you will be asked for your;

  • team country name,
  • team color
  • age group, team manager contact info,
  • player names &
  • date of birth

Set Up & Format

  • Certified AZSC referees will be used.
  • All forfeits will be punishable by a $50 team fine.
  • Registration will close on Friday, April 12th at midnight

Cost: $125 per team, max 6 players per team

2019 3V3 Tournament Rules:

CHECK IN: Teams will check in at their first game with the referee.

EQUIPMENT: All players must wear shin guards. Any player without shin guards will not be allowed to play. Teams are responsible for providing game balls. 

FIELD DIMENSIONS: Length -40 yards, Width-30 yards (2012’s, 2010's, and 2011’s age groups play on a 20 by 30 yard field)

GOAL BOX: The goal box, ten feet wide by eight feet deep, is directly in front of the goal. No player may touch the ball within the goal box, however any player may move through the goal box. Any part of the ball or player's body on the line is considered in the goal box; the player is an extension of the box. An INFRACTION occurs if a defender touches the ball in the goal box, a penalty kick is awarded to the offensive team. If an offensive player touches the ball within the goal box, a goal kick is awarded to the defensive team. Habitual touches in the goal box MAY result with a Yellow Card given to offending party. If the ball comes to a complete stop in the goal box, regardless of which team touched it last, a goal kick is awarded to the defensive team. The goals are approximately 4 feet high by 8 feet wide.

GAME DURATION: The game shall consist of two 15 minute halves separated by a two minute halftime, OR the game ends when a team reaches a 10 goal lead. Pool games tied after regulation play shall end in a tie. Playoff games cannot end tied.

PLAYOFF OVERTIME: TEAMS WILL HAVE A 3 MINUTE “GOLDEN GOAL” OVERTIME PERIOD. If the score is still tied, the winner is  decided by shootout with the 3 players on the field at end of golden goal period.

GOAL SCORING: A goal may be scored from a touch on the offensive half on the playing field.

SCORING (IN POOL PLAY): 3 points for a win; 1 point for a tie and 0 points for a loss. FORFEITS: A forfeit is scored as 5-0


FIVE YARD RULE: In all dead ball situations, defending players must stand five yards away from the ball. If the defensive player's goal area is closer than five yards, the ball is placed five yards from the goal area in line with the place of the penalty.

KICK-INSThe ball shall be kicked in to play from the sideline instead of thrown in.

INDIRECT KICKS: All dead ball kicks (kick-ins, free kicks, kick-offs) are indirect except corner and penalty kicks.

GOAL KICKS: May be taken from any point on the end line, and not in the goal box area.

KICK OFF: May be taken in any direction.

PENALTY KICKS: Shall be awarded if, in the referee's opinion, a scoring opportunity was nullified by the infraction. It is a direct kick taken from the top of the center circle (15ft. line) on the offensive side of the midfield line with all other players behind the midfield line. If a goal is not scored, the defense obtains possession with a goal kick. Penalty kicks are not live balls.


  • All substitutions must enter the field of play at the center line)

    1. Between halves

    2. After a goal is scored by either team

    3. After an injury on either team

    4. Own teams kick in

    5. Either teams Goal Kick  

  • On a goal kick all players for the opposing team need to be at midfield before the kick is taken or at least retreating to midfield. Once the kick is taken the players from the opposing team can play. 
  • If a player takes a shot from his own defensive half of the field and the ball goes in the opponents goal without touching another player on the offensive side of the field, no goal will be allowed, instead the opposing team will be awarded a free kick from the center of the center line.

Lindsey Johnson

Director of Coaching/ Event Director