IAPS FOOTBALL (GIRLS)
Tournament dates and venues will be confirmed shortly. Online entries will open shortly.
The tournaments is for the U11 and U13 age groups.
All tournaments are 7-a-side.
Squads of 10 players maximum.
All draws are created by IAPS after the closing date
The tournament is a straight final.
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As the official merchandisers for IAPS, they sell branded products both online and at events throughout the year. All of the commission made from the merchandise is reinvested into the sports programme, to keep improving the events every year.
Shirt Logos can produce team hoodies for schools. Place your order online and have your personalised hoodies sent directly to your school or collect them at the event.
All competitors must attend an IAPS School.
Only a member of school staff, with a school email address, can book onto IAPS sports events online.
Bookings are made on a first come, first served basis.
Date of birth
U11 competition - competitors must be U11 on 1 September 2019.
U13 competition - competitors must be U13 on 1 September 2019.
National governing body
The national governing body for football in England is the Football Association.
Rules and regulations
All IAPS football tournaments are conducted under the FA rules and regulations, including their ruling on gender splits within tournaments.
Boys can play in this competition, there is no limit to the number of boys who can play in the team.
If you wish to play a boy in the girls' football tournament, please contact the IAPS Sport Team in advance of the event.
This is in accordance with the NGB's rules and regulations.
Please read the rules and regulations in full before entering the event.
Once you have booked for this event, you must complete your competitors details online before the entry deadline.
The link to submit your competitors details can be found in the confirmation email sent to you immediately after booking online.
If you do not receive the confirmation email, you can log into your account via our website and re-send yourself the email.
IAPS is now using SOCS to display live results for the majority of events.
Individual competition sites will be shared by the host school before the event.
IAPS believe that the welfare and wellbeing of all children and adults at risk attending an IAPS event is of the highest concern.
The IAPS Safeguarding Policy and Procedures sets out our approach to safeguarding and child protection.
A full risk assessment is carried out between IAPS and host venues.
A copy can be provided on request. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
There will be no professional photography at any IAPS events.
Parents and spectators can take their own pictures. There is no law against taking photos at public events for personal use, including pictures of other people's children.
Further advice can be found on our website here.