What is indoor soccer at Lords?
Here at Lords we play a hybrid version of indoor soccer and futsal. There are actual court markings so you play within the court, not in nets, and five players on each team at one time.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday : men's
Monday, Thursday: mixed
Please note: Our earliest games start at 6pm, and our latest games can start at 10.05pm, depending on the popularity of the night.
Summer season : Monday 6 November to Thursday 15 March.
Registrations are now open.
Don't forget: All team captains get a free Lords membership for the duration of the season.
Please note: The summer season has a two week break over the holiday period. There will be no games on the weeks starting 25 December 2017 and 1 January 2018.
Lords now uses an online fixturing program called SportFix for team registrations and fixturing. SportFix is the most advanced online fixturing software available on the market and allows registration payments to be made online by teams at the time of their registration.
Team registration fee – early bird*
Team registration fee – standard*
Game fee (to be paid each game)
Over eight days' notice
Between twenty-four hours and seven days' notice
Less than twenty-four hours' notice
*Both team registration fees include game fees for the last two weeks of the regular season (weeks fourteen and fifteen). Finals games will still incur a regular game fee to be paid on the night.
Quick facts about soccer at Lords
Games consist of two sixteen minute halves with a warm-up and half-time break.
Each team can have five players, one of which must be a goalkeeper. Mixed soccer must contain at least two female players on the court not including the goal keeper.
When a ball passes over the touchline the game is restarted by a kick-in. When the ball passes over the goal line the game is restarted by a goal clearance by the goal keeper.
Fouls will most often result in a direct free kick and the penalty mark is six meters.
The soccer rules are available for you to download and read below. Please ensure you are familiar with the rules, and have read the information available on the important documents page before the season commences.