2nd Week of Indoor Soccer Playoffs (2013 / 2014 season)

2nd Week (Semi-finals) – February 27th


  • Friendly – Hoop Rider vs. Joe Tomatos


  • Semi-Finals – Tannahill vs. Kettles


  • Semi-Finals – John Tamming vs. Meridian

Any teams requiring substitutions must verify with a committee member beforehand. Team rosters may be checked by committee members, to determine equality for all substitutions, and if teams do not have the appropriate substitutions in place, they may be required to play short (or forfeit and play a friendly match)

  • Zack and Nick February 26, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    Hey just wondering how the payoffs work? First place team gets the hardest way to the finals and worst times? Not only do we always play last game but we always play the hardest team and we finished first? Is the format set up if you’re seated lower and/or try to organize the league you get an easier way to the finals? How does a team, with less points then us always get to play weaker teams and more accommodating times? this makes no sense.

    We have no issues cause all we do is win, but some sort of playoff structure would be nice.

    Any explanations how this works would be appreciated.


  • Brad Fritz March 3, 2014 at 7:51 am

    Hi Zack / Nick,

    The playoff structure is something we’ve been using for the past 3 years. Instead of a “fold” (1 vs. 6, etc) we’ve changed it so there’s more of a chance for the teams finishing 4,5,6th. We’ve seen in the past 1 vs. 6 becomes a blow-out, and although 1st, 2nd, 3rd has an advantage with this structure; it allows for more of a chance for the lower teams. As for the times, there’s been no “accommodation” setup for these. Personally, I prefer the 8:30 game, so I’m not sure what’s considered the best or worst time. This was setup this year in a random format, either way you look at it, to win the finals you essentially should be the best team, and therefore be able to beat any team (so it really shouldn’t matter what team you face, or am I wrong to assume this?)

    – Brad

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