FISTF Circular (Ref: 23-2014) Dated 11 Aug 2014 – New version (5.0) of FISTF Sports Rules

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Attention all players!!

Please take note of the following FISTF Circular regarding the new version (5.0) of FISTF Sports Rules.  As a partner nation of FISTF, TFAS has approved the adoption of this new version of the Sports Rules.  This new version of the Sports Rules shall be applied to all tournaments and matches sanctioned by TFAS; and shall take effect immediately after the World Cup 2014 in Rochefort, Belgium i.e. from 8 Sep 2014 onwards.  This means that the Merlion Cup in Dec 2014 shall be the first national-level tournament to be played under the new Sports Rules.  SG Table Football League games shall also played under the new Sports Rules from 8 Sep 2014 onwards.

All players are to familiarise themselves to the new Sports Rules in preparation for its adoption and implementation from 8 Sep 2014 onwards.  Please click the respective links below to read the full details of the circular sent from FISTF Sports Department to all Presidents of National Associations; and the related modifications/clarifications files and the new version (5.0) of the FISTF Sports Rules files.

1) FISTF Circular (Ref: 23-2014) Dated 11 Aug 2014 – New version (5.0) of FISTF Sports Rules

2) FISTF Sports Rules Update Project – Modifications

3) FISTF Sports Rules Update Project – Clarifications

4) FISTF Sports Rules V5.0 (full version with photos and examples)

5) FISTF Sports Rules V5.0 (plain text version with new/changed rules in green text and clarifications in green text)

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