APFA 2020 Club Championship (Rules)

APFA 2020 Club Championships

EVENT SUMMARY  |  FINALS/PLAYOFFS  |  GROUP STANDINGS  |  ALL MATCHES  |  GOAL SCORERS  |  RULES

RULES

The FIPFA rules for Powerchair Football apply to this Championship.

FIPFA Rules

FORMAT

GROUP STAGE

 

QUARTER FINALS

The Quarter Finals all take place on Monday afternoon, 20th January. After the group stage all teams are ranked based on points, goal difference and then goals scored to determine the final group rankings. The top eight teams will progress through to the Quarter Finals where 1st plays 8th, 2nd players 7ths and so forth. Regulation time of 2x 20 mins halves are played and if the scores are level it’s straight to penalties.

SEMI FINALS

The Semi Finals are the the first two games on Tuesday morning, 21st January. The winners from the Quarter Finals will play off for a place in the Grand Final. Regulation time of 2x 20 mins halves are played and if the scores are level, extra time of 2x 5min halves then if required it’s penalties.

PLAY OFFS

Play off matches will be held to determine the final rankings from 3rd to 10th place in the Club Championships. These matches all take place on Tuesday, 21st January. Regulation time of 2x 20 mins halves are played and if the scores are level, the winner is based on the higher ranked team at the end of the group stage.

The losers of the Semi Finals will play off for 3rd and 4th places. The losers from the Quarter Finals will be ranked based on their ranking at the end of the group stage with the 1st and 2nd ranked Quarter Final losers playing for 5th and 6th place overall. The 3rd and 4th ranked Quarter Final losers will play off for 7th and 8th overall. The teams finishing in 9th and 10th and the end of the group stage will play off for 9th and 10th overall.

GRAND FINAL

The winners of the Semi Finals will playoff in the Grand Final at 4:00pm on Tuesday 21st January. Regulation time of 2x 20 mins halves are played and if the scores are level, extra time of 2x 5min halves then if required it’s penalties. The winner will be crowned the APFA 2020 Club Champions.