Beginning July 1, 2020, Fall practice (except football) may begin on 2nd Monday preceding Labor Day. No team may have more than thirteen (13) single practice sessions (i.e., "double sessions" count as two single practice sessions) prior to Labor Day.
78.1.1 Any red or yellow card issued to a high school player/coach must be reported on the MIAA Soccer Roster and Score Sheet and also entered on-line in the Members Only section of the MIAA website (please see Rule 78.2.18 for infraction reporting requirements).
78.2.5 A player committing a second yellow card infraction in the same contest receives a red card. There are no exceptions. It should be reported as only a red card (not two yellows or a yellow and a red).
78.2.11 Any player who receives a third yellow card in a season shall be suspended from the next contest; a fourth yellow card and subsequent yellow cards in a season shall result in suspension for two contests. This penalty carries over to the next soccer season (or next season if senior) if happens in last contest, or the next to last contest.
78.2.16 For purposes of obtaining tournament eligibility, no team may exceed four red or fifteen TOTAL cards during the regular season. Delay of game encroachment and deliberate (intentional) handball are infractions, which will continue to be enforced and penalized. The impact of these infractions will be assessed and will be considered towards tournament ineligibility.
For the 2020-21 Soccer Season, game score sheets may be printed and used by each school to record scores and infractions.