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Classic | 7th-8th Grade

On this page:
- Overview/Benefits
- Spring 2021 Details
- Spring 2021 Playoffs


Overview/Benefits

Loudoun Soccer is pleased to offer its 7th and 8th Grade players the opportunity to compete in our Classic division, launched in Fall 2012.

Benefits of the Classic Division:

  • All games are intra-club play – Loudoun vs. Loudoun teams, typically organized by town-of-play (Leesburg, Ashburn, South Riding, Purcellville), which minimizes travel for games.
  • Teams are organized by individual grade and placed in separate divisions (e.g., 7th grade boys, 8th grade boys, 7th grade girls, 8th grade girls)
  • Teams practice twice per week, led by volunteer coaches.
  • All players are eligible to participate – no evaluation process required.
  • Teams play 11 v 11.
  • Standings are kept.
  • All teams participate in end-of-season, single-elimination tournament, which is included in the player’s registration fee. Awards are given to the champion and finalist in each playoff bracket.
  • Players eligible to participate in our popular Recreation Technical Training Program (RTTA) held on Friday nights.
  • Six weeks of FREE goalkeeper training provided through our Recreation Goalkeeper Academy (held on Friday nights).

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

On Time Registration ends January 26, 2021 at 8 PM.
Late Registration ends February 27, 2021 at 8 PM.

FEE: $184.00 ($166.00 + $18.00 Loudoun County Parks & Rec Fee)

Spring 2021 Details

Spring 2021 Game Dates: 4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22

Rain Out Date: 5/29 – note some games may be made up on weeknights and/or Sundays depending on field availability and other variables.

Spring 2021 Playoff Dates: Saturday 6/5 – see below

Uniforms: Players wear numbered jerseys, ordered from Capelli Sports. Please see uniform page.

Spring 2021 Playoffs

Spring 2021 Playoff Details:

Format:

  • Every team participates.
  • Using standings from the regular season (first six weeks of season), teams are placed into brackets for a single-elimination playoff (Saturday, 6/5).
  • Multiple brackets will be formed. Champions and Finalists will be declared in each bracket.
  • Teams will play no more than two games on each day.
  • All games played on Saturday June 5.

Playoff Brackets:

7th Grade Boys

Bracket 1:
2nd vs. 3rd place semifinal: 9 AM
Pinto vs. Henn at Ida Lee 1

1st place vs. 2nd/3rd place winner: 3 PM
Castro vs. Pinto/Henn at Ida Lee 1

Bracket 2: 
5th vs. 6th place semifinal: 9 AM
Sanders vs. Baron at Brambleton Park 8

4th place vs. 5th/6th place winner: 3 PM
Weissman vs. Sanders/Baron at Brambleton Park 8

8th Grade Boys

Bracket 1:
1st vs. 4th place semifinal: 11 AM
Middleton vs. Andrews at Bolen Park 12

2nd vs. 3rd place semifinal: 11 AM
Mathias vs. Jackson at Ida Lee 1

Final: 3 PM at Bolen 12

Bracket 2:
5th vs. 8th place semifinal: 11 AM
Burns vs. Salvatierra at Brambleton Park 8

6th vs. 7th place semifinal: 11 AM
Parekh vs. Zhang at Riverside HS Stadium

Final: 3 PM at Riverside HS Stadium

7th Grade Girls:

Bracket 1:
1st vs. 2nd place final: 1 PM
Melanson vs. Alsoleibi at Ida Lee 1

Bracket 2:
4th vs. 5th place semifinal: 9 AM
Schweigert vs. Telleria at Bolen Park 12

3rd vs. 4th/5th place winner: 1 PM
Amurao vs. Schweigert/Telleria at Bolen 12

8th Grade Girls:

Bracket 1:
2nd vs. 3rd place semifinal: 1 PM
Dale vs. Coffren at Brambleton Park 8

1st place vs. 2nd/3rd place winner: 6 PM
Rabinek vs. Dale/Coffren at Bolen 12

Bracket 2: 
5th vs. 6th place semifinal: 1 PM
French vs. Valdov at Riverside HS Stadium

4th place vs. 5th/6th place winner: 5 PM
Earle vs. French/Valdov at Riverside HS Stadium

Regular Season Standings:

Standings are used from the regular season to seed teams into playoffs. During the regular season, teams are awarded three (3) points for a win, one (1) point for a draw, and zero (0) points for a loss. Divisions with teams scheduled to play an uneven number of games (e.g. an odd-numbered-team division, where one or more teams play an additional game), points will be prorated.

In the event of a tie in points at the end of the regular season, the following method will be used to break the tie. If there is a multi-team tie (3 or more teams), proceed to the #2 tie breaker until the multi-team tie is broken. Once a team is eliminated from the tie-breaker, the process repeats until two teams remain, and then the process begins again.

1) Winner of head to head competition of the two teams tied. (Disregard if more than two teams are tied – proceed to #2)
2) Most wins
3) Goal Differential (maximum 4 per game)
4) Fewest number of goals allowed
5) Fewest Red and Yellow cards received
6) Most shutouts
7) Coin flip

Playoff Schedule:

  • Games will be played on Saturday, 6/5. Times and locations will be announced at a later date.
  • Matchups are determined immediately following the final game of the regular season.

Rules:

  • All rules from the regular season (playing time, goalkeeper rotation, etc.) will be enforced for the playoffs.
  • Additionally: any games ending in a tie will proceed directly to Kicks from the Mark (penalty kicks) to declare a winner. No overtime periods are played.


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19798 Sycolin Rd 
Leesburg, Virginia 20175

Fax: 703-777-1029
Phone: 703-777-9977
Email: [email protected]

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