Competition Details


The Super 6 Soccer competition usually involves 1 or 2 round of games (11 games) depending on the number of teams in each division (6- 7 team comp has two rounds 11-12 team comp 1 round). Semi final and final draw will be notified to participants following completion of the round. All teams play during seme finals.

Trophy and medals awarded to winning team and medals to the runner up. Best player awards will be presented at the end of the competition.

Points and finals

Win: 3 points Draw: 1 point   Loss: 0 points .No bonus points, ranking will be based on goal difference, followed by most goals scored. Finals will be top 2 for divisions with 5-7 teams and top 4 for divisions with 10-12 teams.

Top 4 semi finals, no extra time or penalty shoot if drawn after full time, highest placed team goes though to final. Grand final will go to penalty shoot out if drawn after extra time.

Evening play/Kick off times

Each evening of competition will commence about 4.40pm for juniors and 6.15pm for seniors. Early time slots will be allocated to the younger age groups.

There are 3 main time slots for Juniors (Croydon and the Hills)- (4.40pm, 5.10pm and 5.40pm). 

  • Under 6, 7, 8 and 9 play at 4.40 or 4.45pm.
  • Under 9, 10, 11, 12 play at 5.10pm
  • Under 13 and 14 play at 5.40pm and 6.15pm.
  • Under 15 and 16 play at 6.15pm

Depending on the  number of teams and competitions these allotted times may vary (see venue details for times). Some under 9 teams may play in the 5.10 time slot. teams cannot not request to play a particular time slot as this effects all other teams.

Adult teams

See location tabs for adult time slots- they generally are between 6.30 and 8.30/9.00pm

Adult teams requesting the 6.30pm timeslot will be accommodated where possible. Teams are not allowed to request later time slots. Times will be randomly allocated and spread as evenly as possible (inc the earliest time slot)

Teams may request later times and we will do best to accomodate.

Teams must start play at the scheduled kick off times notified to them. 

Teams playing the final games of each evening of competition are responsible for carrying one set of portable goals and 4 goal pegs back to the dressing shed. Teams that do not bring their goals back to the shed will be deducted points.

P&D (Yellow cards, red cards blue cards)

Players will receive yellow and red cards as per regular FIFA rules (including dangerous or wreckless tackling, foul and abusive language, professional fouls, persistent fouls or any violence directed at any other player or official)

Blue cards are like red cards but a bit less serious. Players receiving a blue card must leave the field for 5 mins. They cannot be replaced. If they come back on field and receive a yellow- this is a send off and they must leave the field for the rest of the game. A blue card is received after a second yellow but is like a second chance- i.e to cool off!

If a player accumulates more than 4 yellow cards, they miss the next game. This includes semis and finals.

If a player receives a red card- Super 6 disciplinary committee will notify player of suspension length depending on the report and the nature of the incident. (All red card recipients will have a 1 week min suspension)

Yellow/red cards- In any given game if a team accumulates 4 yellow/red cards the other team will get a penalty shot.

Players accumulating 4 yellow cards will receive 1 week suspension. Players accumulating 2 red cards the Super 6 disciplinary committee will notify player of suspension length.

Teams accumulating more than 10 yellow cards or 3 red cards will be deducted 2 points and entry into future Super 6 competitions may not be permitted.


Senior teams and Juniors (U8-U16)
Size of pitch is approximately 48m x 30m. Goal area semi circle of 6m radius.

Juniors (U6 & U7)

Size of pitch is approximately 35m x 24m, no goal area or goal keepers- Smaller goals used.

Referees will be provided.

Verbal or physical abuse or intimidation or threats of violence or the persistent questioning of decisions of a referee by players, coaches or spectators, will not be tolerated and is unacceptable in this competition. Suspensions and/or team expulsions will occur if players or team supporters are found guilty of any of the above behaviour. Any player behaving in this manner stated above will be sent off and suspended and the entire team risks expulsion.. 

That player’s team may, at the competition manager’s discretion, get points deducted for the behaviour and risk team expulsion from the competition.

Team’s spectators who verbally abuse, intimidate, threaten or question referee decisions or enter the playing field will result in a 3-point deduction for the team and at the discretion of the competition manager risk having the team being expelled from the competition. The spectators found guilty of this behaviour will be asked to stop and if  they don't will be asked to leave the ground and not to return. If a teams spectators behave in the manner described above risk expulsion from the competition, never to return. 


Registration Checks

All senior teams are required to fill in team sheet and give to ref before the start of each game. The team card will list the name of player (printed), his or her shirt number next to their name and the signature of the player next to their name. This is now compulsory.

The referee or a roaming official will undertake registration checks using the original registration (photos) sheet received by Super 6 Soccer. Teams/ team captains must cooperate with officials by helping with this process e.g Photo ID checks.

Unregistered Players/ players used from other teams


Adult teams cannot play a disqualified or unregistered player or a player from another team (without permission from another team) automatically forfeit the game and fined $100. If it happens twice teams will be banned from the competition. You can register new players up until the 5th round, so don’t risk it.

If  adult teams use players from another team without permission and found guilty risk losing any points received for that game. If it happens twice Super 6 Soccer may expel the team from the competition.

If a team has less than 6 players it can ask the opposing team if it can use a player from another team. The team being asked can elect to give permission or refuse permission.
Borrowing of other registered players 

If  a team has 3 or less players the game is declared a forfeit. A forfeit can only be declared by the supervisor or comeptition manager (not the referee).The game can still be played with the borrowing of other players, and will be played as a friendly.

If a team has 4 players ready to play,  the game is 'live' and will count. In this case the team with the 4 players can ask permission from the opposing team to borrow players from other teams from the same playing category or from its own team.

Once permission is granted  the game will play and the result will stand. The opposing team has every right to say no!

Please note players can register for more than 2 teams but must pay the additional registration fee.

Players that have registered for a team but have not completed payment will not be allowed to play until full registration fee is paid- no exceptions.

Clubs or organisations that have registered 2 or more teams into s specific comp cannot transfer players unless permission they have 4 or 5 players and have asked permission from the other side to do so. The referee will facilitate the process.

Registrations - Non Transferable

Player registrations are not transferable. If a player can no longer play for any reason their registration fee cannot be transferred to a new player. No exceptions.

Registration- Other

All players must be registered to play, teams risk being expelled if they play unregistered players

Refunds will not be given if a player stops playing for whatever reason.

You cannot have another player take over a registration of a player who has decided to stop playing (ie if injured).

You can register additional players up to 6 weeks into the competition (full fee must be paid- 4 weeks in a pro rata fee will be considered after 4 weeks).

Super 6 Soccer has the final say if a team can or cannot participate in its competition. Factors such as past suspensions/bans (with Super 6 and with Soccer NSW), poor conduct of players who have participated in previous Super 6 competitions and un-financial teams or players may be refused entry. 

Super 6 soccer can expell (without refund) any player or team on the spot at any time during the comeptition for any violent behaviour or non-conforming registration related issue relating to its team, members of team and its spectators.  

No sibling or student discounts available

Registration includes comprehensive injury insurance, fully dressed pitches or fields, balls, goals, qualified and reliable referees, marshals, competition scheduling and tables, prizes for the winners.    



Forfeited games result in 3 points being credited to the non-forfeiting team. The forfeiting team will be loose an additional 3 points if Super 6 soccer is not notified 24 hours before kick off

Teams forfeiting 3 times will be expelled from the competition, without refund. So if your players are unreliable, register more! Super 6 Soccer may expel any team that forfeits 3 games without valid cause.  No refunds will be paid to teams expelled or withdraw from the competition.

The referee cannot rule a game forfeited. The competition mananger or the supervising official will determine if a game is forfeited after consultation with the field referee.


Super 6 Soccer reserves the right to expel or suspend players or teams or team spectators involved in any sort of on or off field violence, including verbal abuse, intimidation (including questioning of decisions) or assault of officials- without any refund. Serious violence will be reported to the police. Players or teams expelled will not be allowed back into the competition.Teams can also be expelled for playing unregistered players at any time.

Team Withdrawal  

If a team withdraws from a competition, all previous games played against this team will be nullified (win, lose or draw).No refunds will be paid to teams expelled or withdraw from the competition.

Wet Weather

If its been raining it is the responsibility of each player and team to check the website for updates to see if games are still on or cancelled. There is also a SMS service you can use to check if games are on if you don’t have access to a computer.

Cancelled rounds

Juniors -If any of the junior rounds are cancelled due to wet weather each team will receive a point and the round/games will not be replayed.

Adult teams

Croydon- All games will be played Wednesday evenings .We will schedule one extra week to play cancelled games because of rain or lighting. After we have used this spare week up and it rains and the round is cancelled all teams will then receive a point. The games will not be played at another time.

The Hills - We have Monday scheduled for this years competition. Depending on you allocated normal playing evening any rain cancelled games will be replayed later in the week on the Thursday. Mondays rain cancelled games will be played on the Thursday of the same week. Teams that cant field a team on the Thursday will forfeit the points. This only applies to senior teams.


In spring and summer we sometimes have thunderstorms and lightning. If lighting is too close while games are on we will stop all games and ask all players and spectators to take cover. It’s happened before and will more than likely happen again. When it does we usually wait till it passes and make an assessment or recommence or suspend all remaining games for that round. We ask people to take cover in the dressing rooms or in their cars. If play is suspended for more than 30 minutes, all remaining games will be called off.


Player Numbers

Each squad is to comprise at least 8 players and a maximum of 12.  Teams to field 6 players including a goalkeeper for each game (Under 8 – Senior Teams). Goalkeeper is to wear a shirt coloured different to outfield players. Under 6 and 7 teams to field 5 players (no goal keepers). Teams will be permitted to commence play with not less than 4 players and bring on any late arriving players after kick off. Games will not be delayed for teams short of players waiting for their players to turn up. Under 6 and 7 teams must also comprise of 8 players, with 6 permitted on the field (no goal keepers)


Adult Mixed Teams Registration and playing rules

If you want to enter a mixed team you will need to start a new team registration.

You will need to register a minimum of 8 players in total or a maximum of 10

You will need to register a minimum of 3 ladies per team

The registration fee will be as normal (early bird or standard fee depending when you register) 

In summary the following applies to adult mixed team competition: 

  • Mixed teams must have a min of 2 women on the field, playing

  • Women cannot play as goal keepers.

  • Mixed teams that do not have 2 women starting must play with 1 women but will have to drop a man i.e. 4 men and 1 lady on field. (5 on field altogether)

  • If no women turn up to play that’s a forfeit  ( a friendly may be played)

  • The minimum number of players on a mixed team for game to go ahead is 1 woman and 3 men.


Unlimited provided replacement does not enter play until player being replaced has left field.  To be taken from halfway 


Boots with moulded studs only; players bladed studs or with screw ins or metal studs will not be allowed to play.  Touch football trainers or “grass cats” are acceptable. Officials will check footwear before every game 

Shin pads

Must be worn; this is not negotiable. Players will be asked to leave the field if they are found not to be wearing shin pads


Teams to field players wearing same colour shirts and must be numbered. Numbers must match the numbers provided in original team registration form.  Super 6 Soccer now offers adult teams the option to purchase uniforms all pre-numbered. Teams will not be allowed to play unless shirts are numbered. Bibs provided when colours of opposing teams similar. Teams must provide an updated registration sheet if shirt numbers and their allocations change.


All balls will be supplied - We don’t have ball boys or girls, so it is each teams responsibility to ensure balls do not go missing. Balls must be retrieved during game time; substitutes and goalkeepers are responsible for retrieving balls. Balls must be returned to referee at the end of each game.

Baulkham Hills (Ted Horwood Reserve Field 4) special rule- If the match ball is intentionally kicked over the fence and cannot be immediately retrieved (within 2 mins) a free shot on goal will be awarded to the opposing team. The shot on goal must be taken from the oppositions goal line.


Goals are erected and pegged into ground on each field by Super 6 Soccer staff. Teams playing the last games on a field are responsible for bringing the goals (still fully in tact or assembled with net still on the goal) back to dressing sheds (East side or Men’s side). Each goal contains 4 metal pegs that must also be brought back to shed and place in box provided. Super 6 staff will disassemble goals and store in shed. Failure of teams to bring back a goal will result in a 3-point deduction. This is a condition of entry.

Game Rules


Adult games

  • Each game will start on or close to scheduled time, any delays will result in a shortened game length.
  • Each game 34 minutes in duration with 17 minutes played in each half. 
  • 1-minute break, quick drink and back on the field; teams to swap ends and recommence play immediately.

All Junior teams

  • Each game will start on or close to scheduled time, any delays will result in a shortened game length.
  • Each game 30 minutes in duration with 15 minutes played in each half.
  • 1-minute break, quick drink and back on the field; teams to swap ends and recommence play immediately

Entering the playing Field

Spectators, coaches, substitutes or suspended players are not allowed to enter the field of play under any other circumstances other than described below. We take this very seriously and will throw teams out if this happens!

A substitute can come onto field to replace another player and must only come on from the centre where the orange flag is placed or half way.

A substitute or coach can attend to an injured player after permission is sought from official.

Warm up areas

Due to an increase in the number of fields there will only be only a couple of small areas where you can kick a ball or warm up. These. You are not allowed to kick the ball or warm up outside these designated warm up areas. If teams continue to ignore this rule they will be deducted points

Bad Language

Women and children are usually present, and neighbours are often out walking their dogs or in close proximity.  We do not tolerate bad language used in our competitions and teams and their spectators who have continued to use excessive bad language have not been accepted back into the competition.  Referees will caution players for using excessive bad language. Referees will report on teams spectators who continue to use bad language. Teams will lose points if they or their spectators use inappropriate or bad language.

Code of Conduct

All  players coaches and spectators associated with a team must read and at all times conduct themselves in line with Super 6 Soccer's code of conduct. If teams are guilty conducting themselves in a manner that contravenes the code of conduct- the team could get suspended or expelled from the competition without refund


Alcohol is not to be consumed by anyone on Centenary Park while Super 6 soccer games are in progress.


Croydon-There will be limited parking this season but the clever people will park at West Sport Club/ Bowling club car park free of charge and right next to Centenary Park.  Don’t park in peoples driveways and please respect the locals i.e. access to their properties and noise, when coming and going. Cars parked in driveways will be towed away!


Please put all your rubbish in the bins provided, especially tape and empty drink bottles.