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Terms & Conditions / Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Every individual playing in matches organised through Casual Football is required to read the terms and conditions before playing. By accepting the terms, you are acknowledging that you have read and understood all of the information and risks associated with playing games organised by casualfootball.co.uk

You, or the person you are booking on behalf of must be over 18.

If you are booking on behalf of another player, it is your responsibility as the person making the booking to share the participant expectations and ensure any additional plays you bring are made away of the terms laid out in this disclaimer and terms.

 

General Principles

  • Play to the rules of the game: This means understanding and following the official rules of football.

  • Play fairly: This means avoiding any form of cheating, such as deliberate handball, fouling, or interfering with play in an unfair manner.

  • Play safely: We don't allow slide tackles. Anyone persistently slide tackling, will be banned from attending our matches.

  • Respect your opponents: This means treating your opponents with courtesy and sportsmanship, and accepting the decisions of referees and other officials without arguing or dissent.
     

Specific Playing Rules

1 Hour matches, 30 Minutes each half.

Keepers rotate on a regular basis unless someone wishes to remain in goal.

When the ball goes out of play, only kick-ins are allowed

No slide tackling

No persistent moaning

Safety Considerations

Football is a physically demanding sport that can be dangerous if not played properly. It is important to take precautions to minimize the risk of injury, such as:
 

  • Warming up properly before playing: This helps to prepare your muscles and joints for the activity.

  • Playing in appropriate footwear: Football boots should provide good support and traction, please follow the rules of the venue regarding appropriate footwear

  • Avoiding dangerous tackles and fouls: These can cause serious injuries.

  • Wearing appropriate protective equipment: This may include shin guards.
     

Enjoyment and Fair Play

The most important thing to remember when playing football is to have fun and enjoy the game. However, it is also important to remember the principles of fair play and respect for others. By following these principles, you can ensure that everyone has a positive experience and that the game is safe for all participants.

Disclaimer:

Playing at our games is voluntary, and takes place at sites we do not own, nor are we responsible for. The venue may from time to time give specific instructions regarding footwear, and general health and safety. This must be followed at all times.

Football is not without its risks, injury can happen. Playing games organised by Casual Football you must acknowledge that it is the responsibility of the participating player to take responsibility for any pre existing injuries or medical conditions, which could be affected/exaggerated by participating.

Any player who gains an injury or is involved in an accident during participation, acknowledges that Casual Football will not be liable for any injuries or health issues that arise as a result of participation

Participating in our games mean - You hereby release game organisers, Casual Football and any of it’s employees/volunteers, from and against all claims, damages, losses and expenses, including legal fees in case it shall become necessary to file an action arising out of performance of the work herein which is (1) for personal or bodily injury, illness or death, or for property damage, including loss of use, and (2) caused in whole or in part by negligent act or omission or that of a subcontractor, or that of anyone employed by them or for whose acts contractor or subcontractor may be liable. This indemnification and agreement shall apply in all instances whether the local game organiser or casual football is made a party to the action or claim or is subsequently made a party to the action by third-party in-pleading, or is made a party to a collateral action arising in whole or in part from any of the issues emanating from the original cause of action or claim.

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