Cayman ballers are never too old to score

The Cayman Islands Football
Association will be running a Senior League competition targeting the
thirty-five and forty-five year old football fanatics on the island during the
off-season and before the start of the 2010-2011 season.

The competition is set to kick off
on 1 July, and all interested parties should contact the CIFA office by 15 June.

To be qualified for the thirty-five
year old competition, each player must be thirty-five or over on 1 July  2010 and for the forty-five year olds, each
player must be forty-five or over on 1  July 
2010.

A maximum of five players already
registered with the CIFA Premier League can be registered as part of a squad
but only three can be on the field of play at any one time. A minimum of
eighteen players should be registered as part of the squad; however, there is
no maximum.

All players are required to
complete a registration form and provide evidence of age.  They can also be registered at anytime providing
a completed registration form and evidence of age is given to the referee
before the start of the game.

Unlimited substitutions will be
allowed and players who have been substituted may re-enter the field. CIFA
Disciplinary rules will apply in all situations and the entry fee is $250 per
team.

For the over 35’s the matches will
be the usual 45 minutes per half but for the older guys over 45 the matches
will be 40 minutes each half.

For more information on CIFA events
and competitions please call 949-5775 or email [email protected] or
[email protected] or [email protected]