Reading United AC

2018 Wilson Fall Classic



Please Click on the link below to view your scheduled for the 2018 Wilson Fall Classic

Trophy Schedule

Division Name 

Trophy time and final game

U8 White Division 

Saturday 2:30 final game kick off 1:30pm



U9 Girls White Division

Sunday 9:00am final game 8:00am

U8 Red Division

Sunday 11:20am final game 10:20am

U12 Girls Red Division

Sunday 10:10 am final game 9:10am

U9 Girls Red Division 

Sunday10:10am final game 9:10am

U11 Boys Red Division

Sunday at 11:10am final game10:10am

U12 Boys White Division

Sunday 11:20am final game 10:20am

U12 Girls White Division

Sunday12:30pm Final games11:30am

U10 Boys Red Division

Sunday 1:30pm Final game 12:20pm 

U11 Boys White Division

Sunday at 12:20pm Final game 11:20am

U12 Girls White Division

Sunday 12:30pm final game 11:30am

U11 Girls Red Division

Sunday 1:30pm final game 12:30pm

U10 Boys White Division 

Sunday 2pm final game 1pm

U9 Boys White Division 

Sunday 12:30pm final game 11:30am

U10 Girls Red Division

Sunday 2:40pm final game1:40pm

U10 Girls White Division 

Sunday 4pm final game 3pm 

U12 Boys Red Division

Sunday 4pm final game 3pm


Because of the field conditions at Cacoosing, this year's Fall Classic will be played at two different locations.

For the U8 to U12 age groups, the tournament will be held at Shiloh Hills Elementary/Spring Township Campus:

301 Sage Dr, Sinking Spring, PA 19608

U13 and older age groups will play at the Wilson High School Complex (Gurski Stadium and Van Reed Road grass fields).

2601 Grandview Blvd, West Lawn, PA 19609

EPYSA Sanctioned Tournament



Wilson Fall Classic!

Friday, October 5th-Sunday, October 7th, 2018


Registration is NOW open for the 2018 Wilson Fall Classic.  

Schedules will be posted Sunday, Oct1st.  Deadline to register Saturday, September 29th at 12 midnight!

Games will be played on Friday, October 5th (6:00pm-8:00pm),  Saturday, October 6th  (8:00am-9:00pm) and Sunday, October 7th (8:00am-9:00pm).


 Multiple teams discount: Reach out to Colin Kent for discount inquiries.

Please Contact Tournament Director for Details


We are anticipating another great weekend of soccer with teams coming from near and far to enjoy some soccer and a whole lot of fun!  Reading United A.C. is the administrator of the Fall  Classic and can answer any questions you may have about the tournament or the weekend.  Reading United continues to provide soccer services to many clubs in the area and we are happy to have them helping us again this year. 


We offer:

- Guaranteed Minimum of 3 Games

- Individual Awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams

- Round robin or team pool brackets

- All games played at one convenient location


Age group brackets below:

- Boys and Girls U13 and older brackets will play 11v11 - Cost $495

- Boys and Girls U11 and U12 will play 9v9 - Cost $425

- Boys and Girls U9, U10 will play 7v7 - Cost $395

- Boys and Girls U8 will play 4v4 no Goalkeeper- Cost $175


This registration session will allow you to complete contact information, sign up for participation, and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available.  Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account from Reading United AC . You will also have the ability to pay offline.

Coaches Game

We will again be holding our "Kicks for a Cause" Coaches games on Sunday of our tournament.  

The "Games for Grace" will start at 6pm and be played at Wilson High School's Gurski Stadium (and Bulldog Field if numbers warrant).  The games are open to all coaches and parents who wish to participate.  If you wish to play, we ask that you bring both a white shirt and a red shirt so we can divide teams accordingly.  If you plan on participating, e-mail so we can get an estimate of the number of players. 

This year we will be raising money for Christy Austerberry, a Wilson elementary school teacher, and her family.  All donations from this event will go to the Austerberry family.  Christy has been at CHOP with her 10 month old baby, Grace, for more than 60 days. Over the summer, Christy and her husband found their daughter seizing.  Grace was taken to Hershey Medical Center for treatment.  After several weeks at Hershey and consultation with the Mayo Clinic, Grace was transferred to CHOP.  Once she was admitted to CHOP, Grace was diagnosed with Alpers Disease, a rare genetic condition that occurs in about 1 in 100,000 people.  The sad news about this disease is that there is no cure, they can only treat the symptoms. Here is a link to a recent Reading Eagle article:


2018 Tournament Rules

1.                     ELIGIBILITY:  All players must be registered (Primary or Secondary) with their club for the current fall season and may only play in the division in which they are registered or higher.  For example, Travel “1” players may only play on a Travel “1” team. Travel “2” players may play on a Travel “2” or “1” team.  Travel “3” players may play Travel “3”, “2” or “1”.  You must receive prior approval from the tournament committee for any exceptions.  NO PLAYER MAY PLAY ON FOR MULTIPLE TEAMS DURING THE COURSE OF THE TOURNMANT 


2.                  ROSTERS: Limited to 12 players for U8.  12 players for U-9 and U-10. 16 players for  U-11 and U-12.   18 players for U13 & above.  A player may only play on one team during the tournament.  Teams are allowed a maximum of 5 guest players.  A guest player is defined as a player who is not registered PRIMARY with the team that is entering the tournament.  Secondary players on your official league roster ARE considered guest players.  Players who exclusively play for a Premier team and not registered secondary on your roster are not allowed as guest players. 


3.                  CHECK-IN:  The Head Coach or Team Manager MUST CHECK IN at least 1 hour prior to their first scheduled game at the registration pavilion or risk FORFEITING the games prior to checking in.  Players do not need to be present. 


a.                  COPY of official stamped EPYSA roster(s).  Write in guest players & ALL jersey numbers

Make sure you bring a copy we can keep on file. We will need this for insurance reasons.

b.                  Player Passes including guest players will be checked and matched with your roster

c.          Medical release forms

Medical release forms for any player without a player card is required and player with a valid card will not also need a medical release from. 


4.                  FORMAT:  Each team is guaranteed at least 3 games.  Games will consist of 2 (two) 20 (twenty) minute halves for U-8, 2 (two) 25 (twenty five) minute halves with a 5 (five) minute half time for U-9 - U12 and U13 and up will play 2 (two) 30 (thirty) minute halves with a 5 (five) minute half time.  Teams must be ready to start games on time and field availability for warm-up is not guaranteed. It’s not necessary to present team rosters or player passes to the referee before the start of each game.  Individual awards will be given to the top three teams in each division.


5.                  RULES OF PLAY:  All games will be played in accordance with the F.I.F.A. Laws of the Game.  All RBJSL rules also apply with the exception of game duration, overtime periods and substitution.  All referee decisions on the field will stand.  The Tournament Committee will interpret implementation of the rules and all decisions will be final. No heading for U11 and younger, teams U12 and older are allowed limited heading.  If a player deliberately heads the ball in a game (U11 and down) an indirect free kick (IFK) should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. If the deliberate header occurs within the goal area, the indirect free kick should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement  occurred. 


6.                  SUBSTITUTIONS:  Unlimited substitutions may be made with the referee’s permission after a goal has been scored, at the beginning of the second half, at a goal kick by either team and at a throw-in by BOTH teams provided that the team with possession is substituting.


7.                  PROTESTS: There will be no protests.  The Referees decision on the field is final.


8.                  GAME BALLS:  Game balls will be provided by the tournament and shall remain on the field after each game.  U-8 play with a size 3.  U-9 through U-12 age groups plays with size 4.  U-13 and above play size 5.


9.                  UNIFORMS:  When there is a conflict in uniform colors the home team, listed first on the schedule, will be asked to change jersey colors.  All players’ jerseys must be numbered.


10.               GAME PROCEDURES:  Each team must be prepared to enter the field promptly at the appointed time or risk forfeiture.  No grace period is available.  Minimum number of players to avoid forfeiture is 7 for all age groups.  A team must start competition at the appointed time if 7 or more players are present.   


11.               PATCH EXCHANGE: This is a patch exchange tournament you will need at least 35-40 patches.


12.               SCORE REPORTING:  At the conclusion of each game, the referee will verify the game report information and have both coaches sign the scorecard.  Each team’s coach is responsible to verify the final score and indicate their consent by signing the scorecard.  If there are any questions to the accuracy of the score posted on the scorecard, it should be resolved immediately on the field with the referee and the two coaches.  Once the scorecard is signed by both coaches and handed to the field marshal, the score is final.


13.               DETERMINING DIVISION STANDINGS:  Standings will be determined by the total number of points accumulated. 

·                    THREE (3) points will be awarded for a win in relegation or the golden goal overtime

·                    TWO (1) points for a tie

·                    ZERO (0) points for a loss


14.               DIVISIONS: Certain teams will play in a 4 or 5 team round robin format while others will play in a 6+ team pool play with semi-final and championship games.  All games played in Round Robin divisions (4 & 5 team divisions) can end in a tie and division winners will be determined by the point system and not a championship or semi-final game.


15.               TIE- BREAKER: If two teams have an equal number of points (If 3 teams have an equal number of points, the first tiebreaker will be discarded), the order of finish will be decided as follows:

1.                  Head-to-Head competition in games between the two teams

2.                  Goal differential in all games played, with a maximum of three (3) in each game

3.                  Fewest goals allowed in all games

4.                  Most goals scored in all games

5.                  Penalty kick shootout with 3 players

If 3 teams have an equal number of points, the first tiebreaker will be discarded


16.               TIE GAMES: In the event of a tie at the end of regulation play, (1) Seven Minute regulation overtime period will be played in full.  If no winner is awarded, then a second Seven Minute “Golden Goal” overtime period will be played with the winner being the first team who scores. 

·                    For PRELIMINARY and/or ROUND ROBINGAMES:  No overtime will be played

·                    For CONSOLATION, SEMI-FINAL and CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES where a winner must be decided, multiple 7 minute “Golden Goal” overtime periods are played until one team scores.

After a two (2) minute rest period the rules are as follows:

·                    First period begins with no goalkeeper,  5 v 5 for U-8, U-9 to U12, 7 v 7 for U-13 and older

·                    To begin the overtime period, the coach may only select from those players who were on the field at the end of regulation.  No substitutions allowed.

·                    The team who kicked off at the start of the game will kick off to start overtime.  The opposing team will choose their direction of attack

·                    Teams will switch directions and remove 1 player after each 7 minute period

·                    Teams will alternate kick-offs at the beginning of each new period

·                    No substitutions are allowed throughout the overtime periods.

·                    A position player may be designated to use their hands only in the event of penalty kick.

·                    Modified off-sides rule applies (one player between attacker and goal)


17.               PLAYER, COACH, and SPECTATOR BEHAVIOR:  All players, coaches, and spectators are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the spirit as well as the letter of the Laws of the Game.  Referees have been specifically instructed to run the matches according to this spirit and will act accordingly.  DISSENT FROM PLAYERS, COACHES, OR SPECTATORS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.  CAUTIONS AND/OR DISMISSALS WILL RESULT.  Players are encouraged to play all games with intensity and desire.  However, UNNECESSARY PHYSICAL PLAY, PARTICULARLY THAT WITH INTENT TO INJURE WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.  CAUTIONS AND/OR DISMISSALS WILL RESULT.  Coaches are responsible for the actions of the team’s players, parents, and spectators as well as their own actions.  If a player receives two yellow cards in one game or a red card, the player is ejected from that game and must sit out the following game.  No substitution is permitted for a player ejected from the field.  Any ejected coach must leave the field and surrounding area immediately.


18.               Fair Play Rule: In the event a team gains a (5) goal lead over an opponent, they must remove a player from the field of play.  That removed player cannot return to the game unless the opposing team gets within 2 goals.  If a team would increase their lead to (7) goals (already playing a man down) an additional player shall be removed fro the field. This second player can return at when the loosing team gets within 4 goals.


19.               WEATHER, CANCELLATIONS and SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENTS:  All games will be played regardless of weather except if the Referee or Field Marshal decides to cancel or shorten a particular game because of severe weather or unacceptable field conditions.  If weather and/or field conditions or other circumstances out of our control result in cancellation of the tournament, a full refund minus the fixed costs for running the tournament will be returned.


20.        Refund Policy:  All refund requests must be sent to the tournament director one week before the tournament date.  Only refunds requests submitted in writing will be considered.  Wilson Junior Soccer Club and Tournament supervisors will process refund request within two weeks of them being received.  In the event of unforeseen circumstances that would result in the cancellation of the tournament/games, we will refund a portion of the application fee.  The fee returned would be less the necessary fixed costs of running the tournament.


Please direct any questions regarding this registration to:

Colin Kent


Phone: (803) 622-6752