III. Disciplinary procedures
1. Disciplinary Points:
1 point for Yellow Card
3 points for straight Red Card
0 additional points for Red Card resulting from 2 Yellow Cards (although the 2
Yellows amount to 2 points accrued)
2. A player receiving a Red Card is ejected from the game and his/her place may not be
3. Means By Which A Player May Be Suspended:
A. A red card (either straight or two yellows in a game) results in a one game
suspension following the game the player is ejected from.
B. When a total of 3 or more disciplinary points are accumulated, a player is
suspended for one game (either 3 total yellow cards or a straight red card).
C. When a total of 6 disciplinary points has been accumulated, a player will be
subject to disciplinary committee review. The disciplinary committee and league
administration will determine the proper length of suspension.
D. Failure to abide by League Code of Conduct may result in suspension or banishment from the league.
4. Flagrant acts or violent conduct such as fighting with other players, league officials, or the referees (including threatening words or gestures) will not be tolerated and is subject to disciplinary committee review, possible extended suspension, and possible banishment from the league. This applies to all league functions including meetings and pickup games on league-reserved fields.
5. Players that accrue enough disciplinary points or receive a red card during the last
game of the season to be subject for suspension will be suspended for the first game of
the following season.
6. Team Disciplinary Points: For every 14 disciplinary points accumulated by a single team, that team shall lose one point in the standings. For each subsequent 6 disciplinary points accumulated, the team shall lose another point in the standings. Team disciplinary points do not carry over to the next season.
7. Teams are responsible for sideline fans. If fans are causing trouble and refuse to leave
at the request of the referee, the team is subject to forfeit.
8. Ejected players must leave the park facility before play continues. Failure to leave will result in their teamís forfeit.
9. Players attending a game but not playing (due to injury or suspension) are subject to
the same disciplinary rules as if they were playing (further disciplinary points may be
Below is a link to a list of recent suspensions by the Disciplinary Committee. Access to this document is currently limited to managers.
Google doc "ACSL Suspensions"