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7v7 Men Tournament

Welcome to the information page of the ONDA F.C. 7v7 Tournament! 

Below you will find the group schedule, rules & the prizes you can win. 

During the tournament you can track the live scores on our live score page.

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7v7 Men Tournament

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120 players

12 teams

3 groups

1 winner

Game Ethics

To maintain a “Buena ONDA” (good vibe) before, during & after the tournament.

Game rules

The referees lead the game

The referees are in charge for the decision making during the tournament games

No slide tackles

During the tournament we play without slide tackles. Defensive slide tackles without a opponent closeby are allowed. But slide tackles on a running player are prohibited. Keep it safe the referee can draw yellow/red-cards.

Throw-ins from sidelines

When the ball leaves the pitch on the side lines Throw-ins from the sidelines are taken. 


direct free kick when the ball touches a players arm whether accidental or deliberate.

Unlimited subs

You can substitute players when the ball is not in play, but inform the referee.

Offside rule

We play with offside at the Betero pitch from the indicated white offside line, in that area players can be offside

All free kicks direct, wall on 5m

During free kicks & corners,  the opposing team has to be a minimum of 5 meter distance from the ball. All free kicks are direct. Unless goalie picks up a backpass.

No extra time

We play without extra time. Timing is strict.

Goals from anywhere (except throw-ins)

Goals can be scored from everywhere on the pitch.

Yellow & red cards
  • Yellow 3 minutes out
  • Red send-off & suspended for 1 more game
Ranking in groupstage
  1. Number of points
  2. Goal difference
  3. Number of goals scored
  4. Fair play (red cards/yellow cards)
  5. Draw 

If a draw occurs during the knock-out stage, teams will do a penalty shootout, with both sides taking five penalties. During this shootout, the goalkeeper is required to remain on their goal line.

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