Come and use some of the best indoor soccer facilities in Australia!
Casey Stadium has four brand new state of the art indoor soccer courts.
2023/2024 Summer Season
This season we will be running the following competitions:
- 5-a-side soccer – Monday & Tuesday nights
- 6-a-side soccer – Thursday
- 4-a-side soccer – Thursday (Expression of Interest)
- 5-a-side - $75.00 weekly team sheet fee
- 6-a-side - $80.00 weekly team sheet fee
Don’t miss out and register a team.
Register as a team!
Register your team at the link below. Registrations close on Thursday 14 July 2022.
Register as an individual!
Don’t have a team? We want everyone to have the opportunity to participate so if you don't have enough people fora team or want to jon as an individual, contact us and we will join you in on a team.
Teams will be required to nominate a credit card prior to the commencement of your first game, which will debit the day before your game, on a week by week basis. The weekly game fee is $75 per team, no registration fees.
All forfeits the day prior to your match will incur your regular game fee ($75). Forfeits the same day of your game will incur an additional $75 fee ($150).
No refunds will be provided unless in extenuating circumstances.
Need help adding a player, making a payment or finding fill-players? Check out these step-by-step instructions on how to best manage your team through the Spawtz portal.
Rules and Regulations
- The match will consist of two 20-minute halves, with a 2-minute half time.
- Teams are required to field a minimum of 4 players to start the match, with a maximum of 5 allowed on court at any one time.
- Maximum 8 players allowed on team which includes 3 subs.
- The ‘home’ team will kick off.
- The game will commence once the referee begins the clock, with a kick off to follow once both teams are on court.
- All referee’s decisions are final.
- If for any reason a referee becomes in contact with the ball and one side gains an unfair advantage, a drop ball will occur.
- There are no boundaries, with the game only stopping when a goal is scored or a penalty is awarded.
- A goal cannot to be scored directly off the net, unless a player touches it after the ball has rebounded off the net. A free kick will be awarded to the Goalkeeper if this occurs.
- A kick off will require the ball to be placed on the halfway line, and the team in possession of the ball to make a pass backwards into the defending half of the court. Failure to do so will result in a re-take.
- Once the ball has been held in possession for a period of 3 seconds the opposition may touch the ball. However, once the team in possession make a forward pass over the halfway line, the opposition may touch the ball.
- Shooting from a kick-off is not permitted, unless the ball has moved in a backwards direction first.
- The Goalkeeper is the only person permitted inside the Keepers (white arc) area at any time.
- If an attacking player enters or becomes in contact with the ball inside the Goalkeepers area, it will result in a free kick to the Goalkeeper.
- If a defending player enters or becomes in contact with the ball inside the Goalkeepers area, it will result in a penalty.
- The Goalkeeper may handle the ball only when in his area, if the ball is handled outside of the area, it will result in a penalty to the opposition.
- Once a Goalkeeper becomes in possession of the ball, he has 5 seconds to release it, otherwise a free kick is awarded 3 meters away from the goal.
- The Goalkeeper may leave the Keepers area at any time, but must release the ball within the 5 second time limit.
- The Goalkeeper is not permitted beyond half-way.
Free kicks are always direct, and a wall may be formed by the opposition. Walls must be formed 3
meters away from the ball.
A free kick may occur for the following reasons:
- Holding onto opposition
- Time Wasting
- Net Abuse
- Attacking player entering Goalkeeper area
- Late tackles
- Pushing opposition players
- Tripping opposition players
- Holding nets whilst controlling the ball
- Rough Play
- Raised Feet
- Side, back or slide tackles
- Backing into players whilst in control of the ball
- Swearing and Abusive Language
- Kicking above waist height
- Any other behaviour the referee thinks is not in the spirit of the game
Penalties may be awarded if:
- A defender enters the Goalkeepers area/or and makes contact with the ball while in the area.
- A foul occurs, and the referee believes there was a clear chance on goal for the team in possession of the ball.
- 5 fouls are conceded by offending team. Count is reset after 5th foul.
When taking a penalty:
- Ball will be placed on the penalty spot.
- Teams must clearly indicate which player is taking the penalty.
- Opposing players must stand 3 meters behind from the player. The referee may instruct players to step further back if required.
- Players may play the ball if a penalty results in a save, that rebounds either from the keeper or the net
- Tackling can be made from the front of the player in possession of the ball.
- No tackles from behind are permitted.
- Slide tackles are not permitted. This will result in a Yellow Card and a free kick is awarded.
- Players may only tackle when on their feet.
- Tackles are not permitted once a player has possession of the ball in any corner of the court, any attempt to tackle/bump will result in a free kick to the opposition. Please note tackling from the SIDE is permitted, however this action means to attempt to win the ball from side on/beside player. Contact with a player when tackling from the side will result in a free kick.
- Referee must be made aware before substitutes may occur.
- Substitutes may only enter the court once the keeper of any team has possession of the ball and play has stopped.
- A goal has been scored.
- No substitutions may occur within the last 3 minutes of a half.
Code of Behaviour
Yellow cards may be given to any player playing outside of the spirit of the game and/or code of behaviour guidelines.
Yellow cards are to be given as a warning, with any further offences in the referee’s opinion resulting in a red card.
Yellow cards may be given for:
- Committing numerous fouls that are dangerous and/or rough in play.
- Time wasting.
- Deliberate Handball.
- Pushing or swearing at an opponent.
- Intimidating, harassing opponents and/or referee.
- Slide tackles.
Red cards may also be given to any player playing outside of the spirit of the game and/or code of behaviour guidelines.
Red cards will result in the player being sent off and suspended for 1 MATCH. Length of suspension may vary dependant on nature of offence, and may be extended at management’s discretion.
Red Cards may be given for:
- Vilifying players or officials.
- Fouls after yellow card previous awarded to player.
- Threatening referee and/or opponents