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3 v 3 Tournament

2018 4th Annual "Total Madness"

World Cup Tournament

July 24th  5PM - dark  (4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Grade Girls)

July 24th 5 PM - dark (Special Olympics: Co-Ed)

July 25th  5PM - dark (8th Grade and High School Girls)


Are you ready for the World Cup? The Manzano Ladies Soccer program along with German Burnette and Associates are proud to be hosting the 4th annual "Total Madness" (Totally Free!!) 3 v 3 World Cup Soccer Tournament for all interested girls 4th through 12th grade. Come enjoy an late afternoon of fun and excitement. The "Total Madness" tournament is our team's way of giving back to the local community by letting all girls interested in soccer a chance to play All games will occur at the Manzano soccer fields. This year we are adding a Special Olympics Co-Ed bracket.

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Check in and shirt distribution begins at 5 PM, all games will start at 5:30 Late breaking details and schedules can be found on this web site. This event will be a round robin tournament, with multiple games during the tournament. Points for rankings will be based on games won and number of goals scored.  Get your team together and pre-register (there is a limited number of teams allowed) - don't miss out. If you do not have a team let us know and we will help you put one together. Every player for each team must register separately - just make sure to include your team name during registration.


Lets see who has the most creative team name, the most colorful socks or the most unique hair.... Register early as the "Total Madness" tournament will have an upper team limit.


For the love of the game...






2018 Teams (7/15/2018)

Brackets and Schedule will be set closer to the tournament dates.

High School Bracket (July 25th)

M. T. S. Squad


Miller Family Reunion (M.F.R.)

Big Baller Brand (BBB)





EMHS Silver

EMHS White

Moriarity Pintos Green

Moriarity Pintos Silver

Moriarity Pintos White

The Claws


4th, 5th, 6th, 7th Grade Brackets (July 24th)

The Purple Syrups

The Iron Maidens

Screaming Cheeto Wheelies



Three Musketeers

Goats 06

Pateadores 06G

LL Sting Rays
Pat 1

Pat 2


Special Olympic Purple Bracket (July 24th)

Duke - 1

Duke - 2


Special Olympic Grey Bracket (July 24th closed bracket)

Team Astro

Team Cobra

Team Colts

Team Bubba



2018 “Total Madness” 3v3 Tournament Rules

Roster: A teams can roster a maximum of 3 players, but can play a game with a minimum of 2 field players. Substitutions due to injuries will only be allowed at the discretion of the tournament officials. This is a girls only tournament, no boys will be allowed to compete in the regular bracket games.


The Special Olympic brackets will be co-ed and will be allowed 1 additional player, with free substitution during play of game.


Team Uniforms and Equipment: All players on a team must wear the same color jerseys/shirts during play. No teams with mixed shirt colors will be allowed to play. The home team will be required to wear pennies to distinguish teams if both are wearing the same colored jersey/shirt. All players must wear shin guards. Any player without shin guards will not be allowed to play. A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous to them or another player (including any kind of jewelry, wristbands or watches).  HS bracket will use size #5 soccer ball, while the younger brackets will utilize size #4 soccer balls. The Special Olympic brackets will utilize the appropriate size soccer ball depending on the age.


Sportsmanship: Manzano soccer stresses the role of sportsmanship in all endeavors. Players, coaches and spectators are expected to act in the nature of good sportsmanship at all times. Abuse of the referees will not be tolerated. Spectators are prohibited from entering the field of play at any time during the match. Any instance of such conduct will disqualify the responsible team from the event.


Game Duration: The games are 20 minutes straight for the HS bracket. The Younger brackets and Special Olympic brackets will play 2 8 minute halves with a short water beak between halves. Home team (First listed on the game schedule) will start with possession. All games that are tied after regulation play shall proceed to 3 Penalty kicks per team, until a winner of that game has been decided. The Referee has the official time on the field.


Kick Offs: Kick off may be kicked in any direction. You cannot score directly from a kick off (ball must be 100% over the mid-line to be considered on the offensive half of the field). The kick off is an indirect kick.


Kick-ins: The ball shall be kicked into play from the sideline, rather than thrown in. The ball is considered in play when the ball is touched and changes position. This is an indirect kick, and a goal cannot be scored from this kick.


Direct and in-direct kicks: All dead-ball kicks (kick-ins, kick-offs, free kicks) are indirect (must touch an offensive of defensive player before going into the goal) with the exception of corner kicks, hand balls and penalty kicks. Indirect kicks must only change position before the ball will be considered in play. If a free kick is awarded within five yards of the opposing goal box, the ball will be moved back to five yards from the box. It is the referee’s discretion where the ball will be placed.


Goal kicks: May be taken from any point of the end line. All Goal Kicks are indirect kicks.


Penalty kicks: Shall be awarded if, in the referee’s opinion, a scoring opportunity was nullified by an infraction (the infraction does not automatically result in a red card). Penalty kicks are DIRECT kicks taken from the center of the mid-line with all players (on both teams) behind the mid-line. Penalty kicks are dead ball infractions. If a goal is not scored, the defense obtains possession with a goal kick.


Three-Yard Rule: In all dead-ball situations, defending players must stand at least 3 yards away from the ball. If the defensive player’s goal is closer than 3 yards, the ball shall be played 3 yards from the goal box in line with the direction of play prior to the penalty.


Goal Scoring: A goal may only be scored from a touch (offensive or defensive) within the team’s offensive half on the field. The ball must be completely on the offensive half of the field, and cannot be touching the mid-line (Example: kick-off). If a player in their defensive half kicks the ball across the midline and the ball hits another player (offensive or defensive) in their offensive half, and the ball goes in the goal, a goal will be awarded. If a ball is kicked from the defensive half and is not touched before the ball rests in the goal, a goal kick is awarded to the defensive team. A goal cannot be scored from an indirect kick, such as a kick-in from out-of-bounds.


Goal Keepers / Off-sides / Slide Tackling: There are no Goalkeepers or Off-Sides in 3v3 Soccer, we don’t play with offside and no slide tackling is allowed. If a player is sliding for the ball, contact with any player(s) from the other team is NOT ALLOWED. If a player slides and contact is initiated, a free kick shall be awarded. This does not prevent players from sliding to stop/intercept a ball where contact is not initiated during the slide. Example: a player may slide to save a ball from going out-of-bounds.


Hand Ball Clarification: Deliberate handling of the ball that denies a team of an obvious goal-scoring opportunity will result in the a penalty kick (at the discretion of the referee).


The Goal Box: There are no goalkeepers in 3v3. The goal zone will be an arc of approximately six feet located directly in front of the goal. The goals will be of various sizes. There is no ball contact allowed within the goal zone, however, all players may pass through the goal box as long as they do not touch the ball while in the box. If the ball comes to a rest in the goal box, a goal kick is awarded regardless of who touched the ball last. If a defensive player touches the ball after it has entered the goal box, and a goal is scored, a goal will be awarded to the offensive team. If a defensive player touches the ball after it has entered the goal box, and denies a goal, a penalty kick from half field be awarded to the offensive team. If an offensive player touches the ball after it has entered the goal box, a goal kick will be awarded to the defensive team, and a goal will not be counted if scored. The referee’s judgment call and ruling on the field will not be overturned.


Forfeits: Teams are given five minutes from scheduled game time, or from delayed start time due to unforeseen circumstances, before the referee issues a forfeit. The Soccer Tournament Director must approve all forfeits before the game is considered an official forfeit. 


Penalty Kick’s: If there’s no winner after the official game time the game will go to shoot-outs. A coin toss will decide team-kicking order. The three players from each team will be the only players to kick for their team. The first round of shootouts will consist of each player kicking once (round of 3 players shooting per team). The team with the most goals after the first round will be considered the winner. If the score remains tied after the first round of penalty kicks, the same 3 players will alternate in the same order in a sudden death penalty kick format until one-team scores unanswered