Vendors need to arrive on Friday, October 15 from 5 pm to 8 pm or Saturday,
October 16 from 7 am to 8 am at the loading zone.
We will have overnight security but we do not recommend to leave
anything of value.
Tents are assigned, we cannot change areas last minute.
Vendors have to wear their face shield all the time it´s mandatory.
We will provide you the face shield.
We do not provide tables and chairs.
We do not allow anybody to cook with gas propane.
No cars would be allowed in the tent zone at 8:00 AM.
The park does not have electricity.
We do not provide wi-fi.
Be on time and be organized it will help us to have a successful event.
If you need more info please contact to Oscar Amuz – 305-469-0895
We have assigned parking for vendors.
We do have an assigned area for loading, follow the instructions in the map
We have the same parking for our guest and our VIP.
Easy access to the stage.
You can park behind the stage on an open road assigned.
Artists should arrive at 10:00 AM.
The stage will be open for artists starting at 11:00 AM.
To have a successful event please be on time is our priority.
Wireless microphone will be available.
We will have a backstage area, where we will provide water a snack for the
We will have an RV a private space to change if needed it.
In the name of the autistic community that would benefit from this event.
Volunteers Please arrive 7:30 Am.
Volunteers meeting 7:45 Am. Registration tents.
We will have an area, where we will provide water and snacks for
1) General parking and Stage, loading zone for vendors.
@Beklis hope for AUTISM
@Jorge L. Baños
4) Social distant enforcement.
6) Food station.
@Antonio F Lopez
7) Water station.
The Autism Soccer walk and job fair is an annual walk and job fair to bring awareness to the involvement of sports in children with autism’s life. This walk helps children around the world become more active in their own lives and in society. The job fair portion will take place under the tented area of the park. This will help the person’s with autism to incorporate more fully into society.
By virtue of this walk, the Autism Soccer non-profit organization raises funds through sponsorships to fulfill its mission. This year, the walk has been designed with all of the necessary precautions in mind. All CDC guidelines will be followed using the following tools for implementation:
The walk will take place in the dog park parking lot on the East side of the East 4th entrance of the park by where the weekly food distributions are held. The parking will be the East side of said road. There will be a temperature screening station, hula-hoop issuing station, face shield station and clearing station.
We have confirmed first responders. There will be paramedics and police present to assist with safety measures.
This walk will be the first in Miami-Dade County to take place since the Coronavirus Pandemic. We hope that this can be the model for walks in this new normal.
OFFICIAL RULES – 2020
(FIFA RULES APPLY IF NOT MODIFIED WITHIN)
TEAM/PLAYER REGISTRATION RULES: All players must be registered on their teams’ registration form before the tournament begins. Any team or player determined by the event director to have falsified a player’s registration will be dismissed from the tournament. All players must carry identification, i.e.: player pass, driver’s license or passport, etc.
ROSTERS: All rosters are final upon completion of the team’s first game.
PLAYERS AND SUBSTITUTIONS: EIGHTEEN (18) for the MEN’S OPEN and TWELVE (12) for the WOMEN’S OPEN is the maximum number of players on a team. Teams playing more than 18 players for the men’s and 12 players for the women’s during the course of an event will be disqualified. Substitutes may occur at any dead ball situation, but players must be called onto the field by the referee and enter and exit at the half-field mark only. Players must already be at the half-field mark when dead ball situation first occurs to be called on.
GENDER: No males will be allowed to participate in any female divisions, except co-ed division. Co-ed division must have at least one female on the field at all times.
EQUIPMENT: All players must wear shin guards. Any player without shin guards will not be allowed to play. Teams are responsible for providing game balls. All balls (size 5) must be approved by the game referee.
GAME DURATION: The game shall consist of two 40-minute halves for the MEN’S OPEN and two 35-minute halves for the WOMEN’S OPEN separated by a five-minute halftime, OR the game ends when a team reaches an 8-goal lead. Pool games tied after regulation play shall end in a tie. Playoff games cannot end tied.
PLAYOFF OVERTIME: If the score is still tied, the winner is decided by shootout with 5 players from the field of play.
GOAL SCORING: A goal may be scored from any point of the playing field.
SCORING (IN POOL PLAY): 3 points for a win; 1 point for a tie and 0 points for a loss. FORFEITS: A forfeit is scored as 3-0
TIEBREAKERS: In pool play, ties between two or more teams will be broken by; 1) points; 2) overall goal difference in pool play; 3) overall goals scored; 4) Points in matches between tied teams; 5) Goal difference in matches between tied teams; 6) Goals scored in matches between tied teams.
PLAYER/BENCH PERSONNEL EJECTION (YELLOW/RED CARD): Referees have the right to dismiss a player OR bench personnel from the game for continual disobedience or as a result of an incident that warrants sending off. RED CARD suspension = Rest of game PLUS next game. Tournament Director may dismiss player or bench personnel for rest of tournament. A team official guilty of misconduct will be shown a YC (caution) or RC (sending off) *; if the offender cannot be identified, the senior coach who is in the technical area at the time will receive the YC/RC .
SPORTSMANSHIP: Players, coaches and spectators are expected to act in the nature of good sportsmanship at all times. Abuse of the referees will not be tolerated. Any instance of such conduct will disqualify the responsible team from the event.
FORFEITS: A forfeit shall be scored as 3-0.
SITUATIONS THAT THESE RULES DO NOT ADDRESS ARE THE DECISION OF THE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR
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