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FIFA Tournament - Wiki

Thinking of Registering? (Back to top)

If you have a child in your household who is a keen Fifa player and is missing representing his football team, then this could be for you!

Parent's co-ordination (Back to top)

Parents will be responsible for ensuring all matches are played on time (kids will get a couple of days to fulfill each fixture), and results are posted with the relevant evidence.

Getting Started (Back to top)

Simply register your child and we'll drop you an email with further details

Tournament Structure (Back to top)

Once all registration activity has completed, the tournament organiser will create the overall tournament structure. This will likely comprise a round robin group stage followed by knockout stages. All fixtures will be published on the Bris Jrs Fifa Tournament website, and parents will be contacted.

Age Groups (Back to top)

As this is our first tournament, we don't have any real view on how popular this will be and how viable it will be to group ages. Therefore this will be done on a best endeavour's basis and as a minimum an effort will be made to put similar ages together in the groups.

Play your matches (Back to top)

So, the tournament is on, and it's game on. Now it's time to get your child to play their fixtures. There will be a window of time to play each fixture (likely 2 days minimum)

Knockout fixtures (Back to top)

The 4th and final game of the fixture could result in the aggregate score ending up as a tie, despite the 4th fixture itself not being a draw.

For example:

match #1 2-1

match #2 2-1

match #3 1-2

After 3 matches, aggregate score is 5-4.

If match 4 ends 0-1 (or any 1 goal away win), the final aggregate result would be a draw.

In such an instance Fifa wouldn't offer extra time or penalties.

In this instance, the players would need to play a futher game of 8 minutes (4 min each half). In the event that this extra time match is a tie, then the players would play a penalty shootout.

Round Robin / Knockout fixtures (Back to top)

Round Robin fixtures may end in a draw, with no need for extra time or penalties (draw result is posted)

Knockout fixtires however should play extra time (regular format rather than Golden Goal) followed by Penalties if still level.

Gameplay (Back to top)

Teams to choose: Any National or League team (no all star teams such as Adidas All Stars(

Game Mode: Head to Head, 1 on 1 (not FUT)

Game Duration: 12 mins (6 mins per half)

Game Speed: Normal

Streaming (Back to top)

We will be encouraging players to stream their matches via popular game streaming site, Twitch or Youtube. This will enable the whole team to watch their teammates in action and cheer them on.