Q: When are the games?

A: Games are as follows:

  • There will be 7-8 games over 5 weeks. (Kindergarten structure is modified - see below)
  • The schedule can be found online under the specific season and location (i.e. Spring - East Metro) tab.
  • Check the website weekly for updates.
  • A schedule will be available on-site the day of the games to know which field your team plays on.
  • Please make special notes of the weeks where you have two games.

Q: How long are the games?

A: Games are two 15-minute halves (running time) including a 2-minute half time. All games will start at the same time, break at the same time, and end at the same time. This allows us to stay on schedule and provides for smooth transition from one game to the next. Please note: Games will not be delayed because a team doesn’t have a full line-up.

Q: Where are the games?

A: The majority of games are played on turf field and/or when possible High School football stadiums. Some games are played at college fields or sports centers.

Q: What time is the game?

A: See the schedule for your team’s start time. The times listed is when the game starts – we highly encourage you to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to start time.

Q: What is the structure for Kindergarten?

A: Each week players will focus on skill development and play games to encourage the practice of skills. Paid coaches are provided by My7on7 (volunteer parents are still need to assist on the field).

Q: How is the field set up?

A: There will be up to four games played at one time. See rules for field size.

Q: Are there concessions at the game?

A: Some locations offer concessions.

Q: Are there restrooms?

A: Yes. However we encourage the use of the restrooms prior to arrival or the game start time, as the games will start on-time.

Q: Are parents allowed on the field?

A: No. Parents are not allowed on the field most days. This policy is in accordance with the entity that rents My7on7 the space. In addition, this policy is in place so that players can focus on the coach and game. Finally, it allows Athletic Trainers, Refs, and My7on7 staff to focus on any potential injuries. However, there will be a designated “Media Day” where parents are allowed on the field.

Q: What is Media Day?

A: Spring ONLY: At least one day will be designated as “Media Day” for parents/families/friends to be on the sidelines to take pictures, videos, etc. Local media is invited as well.

Q: Is there playoffs/championship games?

A: Yes! The last game of the season will be playoffs/championship games. Throughout the season scores are kept. On the final day the team with the best overall record will play #2 seed for the championship. #3 and #4 will play each other for 3rd place, etc.…