Soccer Leagues FAQs
Please click here for a link to the Soccer Game Rules & Regulations 2023
The Resolute fields are artificial turf that have an outdoor grass look and feel. Any type of athletic footwear is allowed including outdoor cleats provided they do not have metal spikes. There is no need to buy special turf shoes.
Adults: shin guards are recommended but not required.
Youth: shin guards are required for all youth soccer leagues (U10 to U18).
If your team is not able to make a game, please call 614-337-4502 or email [email protected].
It is very difficult to reschedule games, so your team may need to forfeit.
All teams must wear a uniform, preferably numbered. A uniform is regarded as identically colored shirts. T-shirts are fine, they just all need to be the same color.
In the case of a uniform conflict, the home team (listed first on the schedule) shall change uniforms. Resolute will not furnish any alternate wear. Please have players bring a contrasting color T-shirt. The goalkeeper must wear a shirt that is a different color from both his/her opponents’ colors.
The Resolute soccer leagues are a team registration. If you do not have a team, you sign up as an individual and we will try to get you placed on a team or we will try to put a house team together.
Team rosters and player waivers are due by the first game. Roster additions or changes must be made by the third game. Rosters and waivers are completed and submitted online.
The team captain or team administrator receives a confirmation email from Resolute after completing the online registration for the league. This email includes a link to enter the team roster. The team captain will need to enter the following information for each player:
- Player name
- Phone number
The captain can also assign each player their team fee.
Rostered players will receive an email with a link to complete a waiver and pay their team fees if the captain assigned them a payment.
Each player or parent/guardian of a minor player must have a signed waiver on file at the Resolute Athletic Complex (RAC) before they can participate at The RAC.
Any team who plays with a non-registered player or under age (30+ leagues) or over age player (U18
and below leagues) will forfeit the game(s) in question upon following the proper procedures.
If you have good reason to believe that players on an opposing are either too young for the over 30 or 40 adult leagues, or too old for a youth team (U10 to U18), you can request a roster/age check. The referee must be notified before the start of the game or immediately when the player in question enters the game. The referee will note the name(s) of the player(s) in question, stopping the game but not the clock, and notify the coach immediately that the player(s) are being questioned for roster eligibility or age requirements. That player must produce proof of age (birth certificate or driver’s license) to The RAC (not the referee) within two days of the game in question. If it is a matter of roster eligibility, that player(s) is to sign his/her name beside their signature on a roster copy supplied by The RAC. The coach will agree that the signatures match or continue the protest to the soccer director.
Completed games are not subject to being protested. The protest must be made at the time of the suspected violation. All protests should be made before the game starts.
The over 30 and over 40 adult leagues are permitted to roster no more than two younger players.
- U9-U10: 8v8
- U11-u12: 7v7
- U13-U18: 6v6
- Men's Open: 6v6
- Men's 30+: 6v6
- Men's 40+: 6v6
- Women's Open: 7v7
- Women's 30+: 7v7
- Women's 40+: 7v7
- Adult Coed: 7v7