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New guidelines for Heading the Soccer ball
Effective Spring 2016
All travel players, ages 10 and younger (players on U11 teams and younger), will not be allowed to head the ball during practices or games. For travel players, ages 11 and 12 (players on U12 and U13 teams), heading the ball will be limited in practices. See below for more details:

All players on U11 teams and younger will not engage in heading in practices or in games.

All players on U12 and U13 teams are limited to a maximum of 30 minutes of heading training per week and will further limit each player to a maximum of 20 headers per week. 

Any 10 year old who plays on a U12 or U13 team should not head the ball in practice or games. Compliance with this initiative is the coach’s responsibility.

Note: Any 11 or 12 year old who plays on a U14 team or older will comply with the aforementioned U12 and U13 heading restrictions. Compliance with this initiative is the coach's responsibility.

If a player, who is competing in U11 games or younger, deliberately heads the ball in a game, the referee will award an indirect free kick (IFK) to the opposing team from the spot of the offense.

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