Goaltimate League 2013
I love this time of year. When teams can come together and see who can throw the most upside down throws thru a PVC hoop. It’s Goaltimate Time, folks!
East side teams in one division and West side teams in the other division, that’s old news. Spike is going to push his fellow Goaltiers to put together some SOUTH SIDE TEAMS this year! You play only the teams in your own division in the regular season, and everyone plays in the tournament on Sunday, April 28th at a field location on the South Side!
April 7th (Everything Pushed back 1 week)
May 5th (Tournament)
The default time for games is noon. But captains can move the times of games if they want – depending on the availability of the Goaltimate kits. (I know Spike, Andy Bandit, Keegan, Goat, AJ and Babin have kits)
Rules for forming a team:
1) East Side teams can only have players who live on the East Side of Los Angeles by April 6th. And West Side teams can only have players (get ready, this is gonna blow your mind) who live on the West Side of Los Angeles by April 6th, Rinse and Repeat for the South Side! Click here for the official Goaltimate East/West/South dividing line.
1A) There’s one caveat to rule 1. You can have two out-of-division players on your team.
2) There is a cap of 10 players allowed per team.
3) There must be at least one female on the field at all times. That’s the only female rule there is.
The 10 Easy Rules of Goaltimate:
- Teams play 4 v 4, with hockey style subbing (An incoming player must tag hands of a player coming off before they can engage in play)
- Stall count of 5 and can be counted by any person on the field. The closest person counting takes precedence. Don’t be a jerk and count every time someone has the disc.
- 1 point is awarded for a completed pass that travels through the hoop and is caught in the end zone by your teammate, 2 points are awarded if the disc is throw from behind the 2 point line.
- Whenever a turnover happens, the possession changes, and the new offensive team must ‘clear’ the disc by taking it past the clear line, and can then attack the goal
- “Make it take it” rules apply, so if you score – your team must clear the disc and then you can attack again
- The disc can only go through the hoop in 1 direction, if you throw it through backwards (from behind the hoop, towards the clear line) – it’s a turnover (no ‘newbie rule’ for first time offenses)
- Setting Static picks is legal (think basketball)
- Goaltending is not allowed. You must be guarding a person. If that person is hanging out in the goal – then you can ‘tend all you want.
- Games are played to 5 (hard capped). Teams play a best of 5 game series to determine the outcome of a match. Each team has 3 time outs per match. Time outs last 2 minutes. There is an ‘officials timeout’ after a team scores 5, with that team retaining possession at the start of the next game. At the start of any game, the disc is checked in behind the clear line.
- Reaching thru the goal to throw a score is considered a travel. Catching a goal, with both feet in the endzone, is a score if you pull the disc through. If the disc hits the goal on it’s way through, it is not a score, but possession is maintained.
Your team is awarded a League Point for every game you win. So, for example, if Team A beats Team B 3 games to 1, Team A is rewarded 3 League Points, and Team B is rewarded 1 League Point. If you shut out a team 3 games to nothing, you get an additional 4th League Point.
To submit a bid, send an email with Captain’s name and team name to lagoaltimate (at) gmail (dot) com
Team bids are $90 (to cover the tourney location costs).
Rosters need to be finalized (and emailed) by April 1st.