PCJSL 2022-23 Season Information
Full regular 2022-23 season – registration deadline – August 15, 2022
Eight league games played over the dates below:
Sep 10, Sep 24, Oct 1, Oct 8, Oct 15, Oct 29, Nov 5, Nov 12U15-19 teams will have a single 2022-23 season – no re-flighting.
PCJSL 2022-23 End of Season Event (3 games guaranteed) – registration deadline – Feb 15, 2023End of season event played over the dates below:
Mar 11, Mar 18, Mar 25 U11-14 teams First regular 2022-23 season session registration deadline – September 9, 2022Five league games played over the dates below:
Oct 1, Oct 8, Oct 15, Oct 29, Nov 5, Nov 12, Nov 19Teams will be re-flighted following the completion of all teams’ 5th match, no later than Nov 19.Second regular 2022-23 season session registration deadline – November 11, 2022Five league games played over the dates below:Dec 3, Dec 10, Dec 17, Jan 7, Jan 21, Jan 28, Feb 4, Feb 11PCJSL 2022-23 End of Season Event (3 games guaranteed) – registration deadline – January 14, 2023End of season event played over the dates below:Mar 4, Mar 11, Mar 18U9-10 teams Registration deadline September 9, 2022 (Total of 12 league games – no end of season event)12 league games played over three sessions, re-flighting occurring after each of the first two sessions. Registration for Sessions 2 and 3 will be handled by the PCJSL scheduling coordinator. Any team choosing not to play in either session 2 or session 3 MUST notify the PCJSL Scheduling coordinator
Play dates for each U9-10 session:
Session 1 – Oct 1, 8, 15 (re-flighting occurring Oct 16-20)
Session 2 – Nov 5, 12, 19 (re-flighting occurring Nov 20-24)
Session 3 – Dec 10, Dec 17, Jan 7, Jan 21, Jan 28, Feb 4, Feb 11, Mar 4, Mar 11
Black-outs will not be used. Instead, matchups will be created for all teams at the beginning of each session, initially placing games on listed play dates (all possible dates are listed above);
***following publication of play dates for each session, teams will have an announced amount of time to notify PCJSL about conflicts***. After allowing time to notify PCJSL of conflicts, all games will be assigned fields/times. ***If a team has a conflict on an assigned play date, the team will be expected to arrange a make-up game with its opponent. PCJSL’s scheduling coordinator will be available to help with contact information and will provide a list of options for the teams to consider when setting up the make-up. The availability of fields will be one of the biggest issues and clubs/teams will need to recognize that mid-week games will require the use of practice fields.
Make-ups may be scheduled on any Saturday that PCJSL has fields available, but the use of a Saturday MUST be scheduled a minimum of two weeks out and ONLY if there is room on a PCJSL field for which the league has a permit (a list of open Saturday slots will be provided in the list of options when PCJSL is notified of a conflict). If you schedule a make-up game during the middle of the week, your club will be responsible for finding the field and scheduling a minimum of two weeks out. Two weeks is needed to provide time for finding referees, which must be assigned by PCJSL certified referee assignors due to risk management issues. It is possible that PCJSL will have a field to help with scheduling mid-week games, but we won’t know about that until we know how many teams will be playing in the league after registration closes.
***Any change to a date in the schedule occurring after the initial window allowed to identify conflicts (discussed above) will cause your club to be fined in accordance with fine schedule set forth in the PCJSL Administrative handbook ($50 if change occurs more than a week before the scheduled game, $100 plus referee fees if changed within 7 days of the scheduled games and $150 plus referee fees if within 24 hours of the scheduled game). A team that cancels a scheduled game with no material efforts to make up the game will be fined $150. No shows on game day will be fined $150 plus referee fees.
ANY regular season game that does NOT get played will be scored as a 3-0 forfeit and cause your club to be fined (amount to be decided at PCJSL board meeting) for failure to provide your opponent the opportunity for a game.