All Brackets are full for the FIRST session. If you are still interested please email Emmilee Stimpson to be put on a waiting list.

1st Session will start November 3rd
Teams birth year 05 thru high school will get 8 games for the cost of $420.00 + $80.00 ref fees. Total only $500.00.
Teams birth year 06 and under will get 8 games for the cost of $350.00 + $80.00 ref fees. Total only $430.00.
Bring in multi teams and get a $50.00 discount off each team.

Where? Weber County Fairgrounds basketball courts.
When? Games will be played on Friday nights and Saturdays.

Rampage Mini Futsal

Mini Futsal

Futsal Registration


Rampage SC Futsal Waiver

Fill out the waiver - Print It - Sign It. Bring it with you to your first game and turn it in.

Second Session Schedules

Please check schedules. New teams keep joining and the schedules have been updated.

Coed Brackets

Girls Brackets

Boys Brackets


Weber County Fair Grounds


Rampage SC Futsal Rules

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Shin guards are mandatory.

Games are 22 minute halves. There will be a 2 min break at half time

In the case of a draw in semi-finals & finals there will be 1 extra time period of 5 minutes with the golden goal rule, then a penalty shoot-out if still tied

There will be no injury time added to the clock. If a player is injured they must notify the referee  if the coach is called onto the field, the player must leave the field. They may return later in the game if they are able to.

Unlimited substitutions on dead ball. Players can re-enter the game from their substitution area without notifying the referee for example if your team gets the ball from the opposing team kicking it out. Both teams can sub. You only have 5 sec to resume play even if your team is not set.  If you choose to sub on the opposing   teams kick they don’t have to wait for you to sub in and out. You only have 5 sec to kick the ball in or it becomes the opposing teams.

There is NO offside

When the ball goes out over the sideline, it is then placed on the sideline. From a stationary position, the ball is kicked into the field to another player.
All opposing players must be at least 4ft from the ball

For a ball to be out of play or a goal scored; all of the ball must be over the line.

A goal cannot be scored directly from a kick in unless it touches another player.

Indirect vs Direct kicks? We are using the same rules as outdoor soccer.

Goalkeepers can’t punt the ball.  The other team is awarded indirect free kick where the ball lands.

The goalkeeper can throw the ball out as long as it doesn’t go past ½ field in the air.  If the ball goes past ½ field the other team is awarded an indirect free kick.  The goalkeeper can put the ball on the ground then kick it and that is allowed to go pass ½ field.

The goalkeeper has 5 seconds once he has control of the ball to either kick or throw it out. 

Goalkeepers are not allowed to pick up a back pass from any of their teammates.

The game has a 5 second time limit at kick-ins, corner kick-ins and free kicks once the ball is stationary.

A player can score directly from a corner

Sliding is not permitted

Dangerous play is not allowed

After  a team fouls 6 times  a direct free kick is awarded to the opposing team at the penalty marker. The foul count is reset at halftime

The penalty shot is a PK type shot from the X no dribbling

  • During the game, a referee has the option of using 2 cards – Yellow or Red
  • 1 yellow card = 2 minute to be sat on the bench.  The team must play with 1 man down during this time. Unless the opposing team scores in the 2 min then the team can sub in a player (not the player who committed the 2 min time out) and play with 5 players again.
  • 2 yellows = sending off and will not return in the game. And the team must play 1 man down.
  • 1 red = sending off & 1 match ban and the team plays with 1 man down during the game the red card was given
Referees have the right to warn, ask to leave or eject from the facility, any spectator whom they feel is causing problems & the Referee’s decision is final.

Why Futsal - Reasons why every team should play Futsal

Futsal is the only indoor game sanctioned by FIFA, Futsal is recognized as clearly the best form of indoor soccer. But that's not the only reason..

Ball Touches

In a statistical study comparing Futsal to indoor arena soccer with walls, players touch the ball 210% more often.

Ball Control

With limited space,  out of bounds and constant opponent pressure, this will improved ball control, skills and technique.

Speed of Play

With a limited amount of space, constant opponent pressure and a 5 second restart rule players learn to play and think fast.

Team Support

Without a wall as a crutch, players must make supporting runs when their teammates have the ball.


With four players on the court and all the basic options of the outdoor game in non-stop action mode, players' understanding of the game is enhanced.

Continuity of play

Action is continuous and physically demanding, so players must continue the play instead of stopping and watching, which in develops physical conditioning.


The goal and penalty area assist the goalkeeper in narrowing the angle, which means player must learn to shoot accurately and deceive the the goalkeeper instead of just relying on power alone.

Play well, play fair

The laws of the game of Futsal encourage playing skillfully and punish physical contact fouls, game play also encourages respect for all players and officials.


Futsal is fast paced, fun, skill-oriented game that tests your abilities at whatever level, whilst developing all round individual technique.

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