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The ArosCup will be played in accordance with applicable sections of the FIFA rules and the Swedish F.A. rules. You can find official regulations Aros Cup 2020 HERE. All games are played on grass or artificial grass fields.

Group stage

New rules for age groups 12 years and younger(7-a-side) !!
Classes for age groups 12 years and younger (7-a-side) will only be playing group stages due to new regulations from the Swedish FA. There will be no playoff and presentation of results or tables will not be presented on the website.

The teams in age groups 12 years and younger will be divided into groups of a minimum of 7 teams where all the teams will meet in a round robin series.

Classes for age groups 13 years and older (9-a-side + 11-a-side) are not affected by the new rules and will be divided into groups of a minimum of 5 teams teams where all the teams will meet in a round robin series. After group stage first two teams will qualify for Playoff A and the other teams for Playoff B. In groups with six teams the first three teams will qualify for Playoff A.

Playoff A and B

The best teams in each group will advance to the A-play off.
The rest of the teams will go to the B-play off.
All play off games will be decided by the cup system, i.e. by direct elimination. Draws in the play off will be decided by penalty kicks.
In playoff A, semifinals and finals are played with assistant referees.

Dispensations

Teams can use at most 2 players that are one year over aged.

Teams from countries that still use the 1st of August limit (mainly USA and England) may use a maximum of 3 players 5 months over aged for all age classes.

Substitutes

The use of return substitutions is permitted in all age classes. Maximum of substitutes in 11- and 9-a-side is 7 players. In 7-a-side there is no limitation of number of substitute players.
No team may use more than 18 players in a match. A substituted player may reenter in the match.
Three points will be awarded for a win and one point for a draw.
If two or more teams have the same number of points, the order will be decided as follows:
1. Goal difference.
2. Highest number of goals scored.
3. Result of match between teams with equal points.
4. Penalty kick contest according to FIFA rules.

Match schedules

The match schedules will be sent out to the participating teams approximately a week before your first game.
You will be notified about the time and place for your first game on a seperate note before you receive the match schedules.

Match guarantee

* 11-aside at least 5 matches.
* 9-aside at least 5 matches.
* 7-aside at least 6 matches.

Classes

11-a-side:

  • P16/17 boys born 1/1 2003 and later

  • P15 boys born 1/1 2005 and later

  • F16/17 girls born 1/1 2003 and later

  • F15 girls born 1/1 2005 and later

9-a-side:

  • P13 boys born 1/1 2007 and later

  • P13 easy boys born 1/1 2007 and later

  • P14 boys born 1/1 2006 and later

  • P14 easy boys born 1/1 2006 and later

  • F13 girls born 1/1 2007 and later

  • F13 easy girls born 1/1 2007 and later

  • F14 girls born 1/1 2006 and later

  • F14 easy girls born 1/1 2006 and later

7-a-side:

  • P12 boys born 1/1 2008 and later

  • P12 easy boys born 1/1 2008 and later

  • P11 boys born födda 1/1 2009 and later

  • P11 easy boys born 1/1 2009 and later

  • P10 boys born 1/1 2010 and later

  • P10 easy boys born 1/1 2010 and later.

  • F12 girls born 1/1 2008 and later

  • F12 easy girls born 1/1 2008 and later

  • F11 girls born 1/1 2009 and later

  • F11 easy girls born 1/1 2009 and later

  • F10 girls born 1/1 2010 and later

  • F10 easy girls born 1/1 2010 and later.

    Time schedules

    Classes in 11 and 9-a-side play will start Friday at 08.00, Playoffs will be on monday.
    7-a-side start friday at 08.00 and ends on sunday afternoon.

    • In 11-a-side: is the playing time 2 x 25 minutes. Plays friday thru monday.

    • In 9-a-side: is the playing time 2 x 20 minutes. Plays friday thru monday.

    • In 7-a-side: is the playing time 2 x 20 minutes. Plays Friday thru Sunday.

    All games are played on grass or artifical grass.

    Fees

    You will find fees for teams/team members depending on age class under the tab Fees..

    Registration fee is invoiced by Aroscupen in My Team.

    Payment by the due date stated.Participant fee(Guest Card) is also invoiced by Aroscupen in My Team.

    Payment by the due date stated. Aroscupen reserves the right to withdraw a team that does not pay the fees on time.

    Accommodation

    The teams are accommodated in classrooms or gymnasiums. A classroom will accommodate 20-25 persons using single air mattresses and sleeping pads no more than 90 cm wide and 200 cm in length.

    Meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner, are served at the schools. If not served at the particular school where you are staying, it will be served at a school located nearby.

    Each school has a kiosk.

    For teams 11 and 9-a-side -will be available from Thursday June 25 th at 16.00. Accommodation available Thursday-Monday.

    For teams 7-a-side accommodation will be available from Thursday June 25 th at 16.00. Accommodation available Thursday-Sunday.

    REGULATIONS ON ACCOMMODATIONS.
    * Leaders are responsible for their players during the tournament regarding possible damage.
    * It is forbidden to consume alcohol at the premises.
    * Silence applies at every place 23.00-06.00.
    * It is incumbent on each team to roughly clean their dormitory for departure.
    * At least one responsible leader must live with the team at a place of residence.
    * Schools are rented out of the City of Västerås so we ask you to respect the rules of procedure that apply.
    * Participants should do well after eating in the school restaurants. Used plates, cutlery and mugs as well as empty packaging and food scraps must be left at the designated place in the school restaurant.
    * It is not allowed to bring food and drink from the school restaurants. Participants who are found to bring food and drink from the school restaurants can be expelled from the cup.
    * No soccer shoes may be worn inside the schools and in the school restaurants.
    Fire safety.
    * Smoking is strictly prohibited in the outlying areas and in the school restaurants.
    * It is forbidden to cook or cook coffee at the premises.
    * It is forbidden to exhibit tables and chairs in the corridors.

    Violations of these rules are dealt with by the competition committee and may result in exclusion from the tournament and or accommodation.

    Stay at a hotel?


    ArosCupen recommends the following hotels during the tournament. Note! The Aroscupen bus lines do not pass the hotels! but then you can ride on the buses of Västerås city which are included in the participation fee

    Meals

    The following is included showing the Cup-card

    For teams playing 11-, 9-aside:

    • Thursday: Dinner.

    • Friday-Saturday: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

    • Sunday: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

      Monday: Breakfast and lunch.

    For teams playing 7-aside:

    • Thursday: Dinner.

    • Friday-Saturday: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

    • Sunday: Breakfast and lunch.

    All teams in A- and B-finals during Monday will have a meal after their final. Lunch will be served at the schools restaurants until 15.00 and vouchers will be given for the later finals.

    Food tickets

    For teams with own accommodation it is possible to by coupons for breakfast, lunch and dinner. These coupons ar sold by the kiosks at accommodation schools or school restaurants.

    Price
    Breakfast 3 EUR
    Lunch 7 EUR
    Dinner 7 EUR

    Menu 2020

    Open hours: Breakfast: 06.00 – 09.00 | Lunch: 11.00 – 15.00 | Dinner: 17.00 – 21.00

    Thursday

    DINNER

    Friday

    BREAKFAST  Porridge / file, youghurt / muesli, hard and soft bread, toppings turkey / cheese, cucumber / peppers.
    LUNCH
    DINNER

    Saturday

    BREAKFAST  Porridge / youghurt / jam / muesli, hard and soft bread, toppings turkey / cheese, cucumber / peppers.
    LUNCH
    DINNER

    Sunday

    BREAKFAST  Porridge / youghurt / jam / muesli, hard and soft bread, toppings turkey / cheese, cucumber / peppers.
    LUNCH
    DINNER

    Monday

    Breakfast

    Lunch

    Always at lunch / dinner

    Hard/soft bread, cold cuts, cheese, margarine, organic skim milk/beverage

    Special diets

    No dish contains pork. ArosCupen offers special diets for participants that have allergies and need special diet. Please order these before June 10th! You can find a word-document under tab INFORMATION/CUP-DOCUMENTS. Download, fill in and mail it to info@aroscupen.se marked “Special diet” in Subject line.

    Transportation

    Bus service

    Teams with accommodation in schools offer transport with The ArosCup bus service between schools and football grounds. Fee is EUR 10 per person.

    For teams arriving with train to Västerås Station bus transfer between train station and accommodation is included.

    Bus service is provided for teams arriving to Arlanda or Skavsta airport. Fee is EUR 40 per person. Order bus transfer before May 4th.

    Participant fee and bus service fee is invoiced by Aroscupen in My Team. Payment by the due date stated but. Aroscupen reserves the right to withdraw a team that does not pay the fees on time. CupCards are handed out by the School Manager when arriving to the accommodation. Extra CupCards can also be bought from the School Manager.

    For coaches

    What would sports be without coaches? What would Aroscupen be like without coaches? We want to reward all coaches by:

    • All participating coaches in each team get ArosCupens coach-T-shirt for free.

    • At arrival at accommodation the coach will get all cup information for the team.

    • At each school there is a Coaches Corner, a room only open to  coaches with free coffee, daily press and Tv, You also get coffee / tea in our gaming areas if you show the leader card that you get at check-in.

    Trophies & Medals

    These grand trophies are  awarded winners in 9- and 11 a side classes. The trophy may be retained for ever.

    Trophies also to runner up in playoffs A and to winners in playoff B.“Player of the match” in finals in playoff A get a honory award from Sporrong.

    F.A.Q

    Here you can find the most common questions and answers. If you cant find your question please email us your question using this Contact Form.

    CUP Documents

    Use any of the links below to download the word-documents.

    Rules&Regulations 2020Map of Västerås and play-areas.

    Team roster– you register in My Team.

    Special diet in english word  – Download, fill in, print out and email to info@aroscupen.se at latest June 10th. Mark “Special diet” in subject line.

    Organizing Committee

    ArosCupen is organized by  Skiljebo Sportklubb (SSK) inVästerås. Skiljebo Sportklubb was founded in 1944. The name is from the town district “where it all began”. The mens team play in second national division. With youth teams in Junior National Elite and Boys National Elit the future looks promising. SSK also has a 50 youth teams from age 8 to 15, both girls and boys. SSK has it’s own office at Hamre IP. Chairman of the board is Lars Lundqvist.

    ArosCupen organizing committe

    The committee works all year round with planning and implementation of the cup. There are numerous activities and details to be solved before the first game starts. The Following is a presentation of the members in the committee.

    • Sören Carlsson – Chairman of the Committee.

    • Christer Fredriksson – Responsible for accommodations in over 30 schools and gymnasiums.

    • Lasse Lundqvist – Responsible for fixtures for all classes, reporting results and  group tables online during tournament.

    • Yngve Wallin – Responsible for adminstration of team and particapting fees. Manages the employees. Responsible for contacts with the town and confederations.

    • Fredh Lindh – Cashier in the committe and responsible for the financial accounting.

    • Mikela Wallin – Employed with recruitment of officials and economics.

    • Hans Johansson – Responsible for contacts with all school restaurants, procurement, distribution to hiring temporary staff. Hans is also recruiting and responsible for staff working at accommodation.

    • Stig Flöijer – Responsible for all referees and their assignments during the cup. Responsible for fixtures for all classes. Stig is also webmaster for aroscupen.se.

    Other Officials

    The cup engages a number of different officials. Most of the officials are recruited from within the club and has had their assignments for several years. Here are a few examples of important responsibilities:

    • School Manager, about 25 of them. Their task is to take care of all participating teams that are accommodated in schools and gymnasiums. Responsible for check in and service to teams at his/her school. In charge of working teams at the school. These working teams consists of players and parents from the 50 youth teams in SSK.

    • SSK Working teams, totally 600 persons. Normally a youth-team with players and parents. Runs the kiosk och Coaches Corner, responsible for cleaning public areas and locking/unlocking classrooms.

    • Catering, school kitchen and catering is run by ordinary staff supplemented with SSK working teams.

    • Court Managers, totally 30 officials. Coordinator at the fotball ground. Provides referees and teams with information and material. Responsible for reporting results at local tables and reporting to online service.

    • Referees, in total 130 referees. Ambition is high quality by using experienced referees. During Aroscupen 2015 a total of 1655 matches were played!!

    • Other, in total 20 persons. Bus and car drivers, nurses, guards, discjockeys.