Coppa Pavone Femminile: registration rules
If you have a team, you can register it as such. Otherwise you can just sign up and be part of the pool of participants from which Coppa Pavone Committee will create several balanced teams.
The Committee encourage every participant to adhere to the spirit of community and friendliness which characterises and distinguishes the Coppa Pavone Femminile and to respect the following rules:
- All teams or individual players must register to the tournament before Friday 15th of May by sending an email to the Committee at the address [email protected]
- Teams: when registering, all teams should indicate the name of the team, the colour of the team equipment, the name of the captain and her/his phone number and email address, and name of the team-players and their ‘link’ with the EUI.
- Individual players (for the pool of participants): when registering, all players should indicate name, their ‘link’ with the EUI and any schedule constrain.
- Each team must nominate 1 person as a captain. This person will act as liaison with the organisers.
- Teams can only have a maximum of 5 members on the pitch. Teams should be made up of 4 women and 1 man who must be the goalkeeper. No exceptions are allowed to this rule.
- Teams must consist of persons who are connected to the Institute. By way of example, they could be staff, researchers, alumni, and persons who are regularly associated with organised activities within the EUI, but also their partners, direct relatives and former players.
- Only in cases of unexpected events (injuries, etc.) teams can bring new members into their squads after the tournament has already started. However, the organisers must be informed in due course. The organisers will have the final decision.
- The teams should communicate beforehand (at the time of the registration) of any group commitment of the team-members which may overlap with the calendar of the Coppa. The event which may clash with the scheduled matches should be official, but not necessarily related to the EUI. The organisers will do everything possible to adapt the calendar to the teams’ needs and schedule the matches accordingly.
- By registering to the event, participants consent to the capture of video and still images which may be subsequently published in a number of media, including but not limited to print, digital, and electronic use by the European University Institute and by the organisers of the Coppa Pavone. Those who don’t consent it, should notify it during the registration of the team.
Firenze, April 2015
Coppa Pavone Committee