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Corporate Outdoor Division

The Corporate Division consists of teams with both Women and Men.  Player abilities vary from new to advance.

BASL welcomes many of the Duval and St. Johns region’s corporate based soccer teams.  Several teams have developed rivalry’s over the years, and BASL is happy to play our part at providing a well administered playing venue in order to conclude who should have corporate bragging rights.

  • When: Starts week nights, March 19 
  • Roster Players Must Be Current Employees of the Company
  • Cost Option 1: Single Company team payment for the first 14 named employee/players is $840.  Payment must be made by March 9th
    Cost Option 2: If the Corporation is not paying for their team registration, then individual corporate employees can follow the standard on-line payment methods
    • early bird registration rate $70 per employee/player (now until March 9th)
    • Standard registration rate $85 per employee/player (Mar 10th until 4th game in for the team)
    • Mid-season rate $40 per employee/player (after your team has played 4 games)
  • Where: We anticipate a primary location to be Brackridge Park, Davis Park, and Above Athletic Center 
    • prepare your staff to play at these locations as it is common to be affected by maintenance issues at parks that require extended field rest during this time of year. 
  • Time: Tuesday / Thursday Evenings 6:30-10pm
    • Teams request the Tuesday or Thursday along with their competition level.  Depending on the reresponse from the teams during the registration, we will accommodate as many teams as we can with the field permits we obtain.
  • Format: BASL style 7v7 (6 field players, plus a goalie) (6' x 12' goals)
  • Team Registration: Register your team click here

Rules: BASL smallsided 7v7 rules and disciplinary

Game Duration: two 25 minute halves
State Certified Referees: 1 per game
BASL Staff: 1 Field Marshal per field complex
Lights: Yes
Restrooms: Yes
Division Team Max- 8
Open Division:  All genders are encouraged to play
Player Restrictions All team players must be employees from the Corporation or employees from a direct-majority owned Corporation.  Suppliers who are not majority owned by the corporate, or relatives of corporate staff are not considered part of Corporate employees.
Teams must wear same color team jersey's with individual player numbers on the Jersey.  Players are to be registered and provide proof of current corporate employement. (eg. proof acceptable at the field can be: staff badge, drivers license / corporate email, business card, association id, etc.)
Complete Team Registration checks can be made out and mailed to:
BASL Soccer
attn: Financial Director
701 Market St., Ste 111 #5039
St. Augustine, FL 32095

Remember that a team entry to the Corporate Division doesn't require your corporation to make a separate charitable contribution, but it is through charitable contributions that many of the fields we play at become a reality.

The Brackridge park is in need of financial funding to support new field development at the park we are playing at.  BASL and Jacksonville Jaguar Soccer Club have joined forces to manage these public park soccer facilities.  Corporations who have provided $10,000 or more annually in tax exempt charitable contributions to the Jacksonville Jaguars Soccer Club, (with funds earmarked for Brackridge Field Development) can contact our Financial Director for further development information and how we would like to provide a thank you recognizing your generous contribution.
Click HERE to download the Jacksonville Jaguar Soccer Club Charitable Contribution document.
Click HERE to dowload the Jacksonville Jaguar Soccer Club tax exempt certificate.

NEFL Corporate Indoor 7v7

  • When: Starts Thursday nights, Mar 15
  • Roster Players Must Be Current Employees of the Company
  • Cost Option 1: Single Company team payment for $840 (minimum 14 roster players paid at the $60 rate) and must be made by March 5th. 
    Cost Option 2: If the Corporation is not paying for their team registration, then individual corporate employees can follow the standard on-line payment methods with registration fees of $80 per individual employee or late registrants being $95 per employee. (minimum 7 players) Late registration fees go into affect 10 days prior to the first game scheduled in the division (Late registration deadline is March 5th)
  • Where: Jacksonville Indoor Sportsplex     Directions
  • Time: Thursday Evenings 6:30-10pm
  • Team Registration: Register your team click here

BASL Disciplinary Rules

Effective December 1, 2016


It is the Captain's responsibility to ensure that players are serving suspensions even if the website is not updated. Have the ref or field marshal take note that your player is ineligible and sitting out that game.  A forfeit will be awarded and point deduction will occur if playing with an ineligible player.


Yellow Cards

A player receiving two (2) yellow cards in a single game automatically results in a red card.  The player is ejected from the current game and MUST sit their next game for the team in which they received the red card.  

A player accumulating three (3) yellow cards in one season on a particular team MUST sit their next game for the team in which they received their 3rd yellow card or pay a $30 fine.

A player accumulating  five (5) yellow cards in one season on a particular team MUST sit their next game for the team in which they received their 5th yellow card and is not eligible to pay the fine.

Once the regular season is over, all players enter the playoffs with a clean slate. However a player that receives a third (3rd) or fifth (5th) yellow card in the last regular season game MUST sit out their next game even if it is a playoff game.

Red Cards


Once a player receives a red card their case will be reviewed. The carded player and their team captains must submit a red card report (within 24 hours) via the link provided to have their side of the story heard. 

Fill out Red Card Report


A Player receiving a red card will be directed to leave the field facilities immediately.  The game will commence when the Referee and Field Marshal feel that the player is no longer going to be a distraction/threat to the continuance of the game.  Field Marshals are to escort players receiving red cards out of the facility without delay and directed not to return.  If the Referee ends the game due to the disruption, the team receiving the red card that forced the early termination of the game will receive automatic forfeit, and potential additional league sanctions.

If a player receives two direct red cards in one season regardless of the division/teams where they receive them, they will be suspended for a period of 5 weeks across all divisions.

Violent Conduct and Abusive Language


BASL Soccer strives to ensure a safe, fun soccer experience.  Violent Conduct or Abusive Language will NOT be tolerated.

Any player receiving a red card for violent conduct or abusive language will be issued a minimum 2-week suspension across all divisions. Further sanctions may be imposed at the discretion of the disciplinary committee. As a general rule, any player involved in a fight can expect to receive a 2-6 week suspension from all divisions.

Any team involved in or contributing to the termination of a game for reasons of their player(s) Verbal/Physical Referee Assault or causing a fight will be docked -2 points in the standings and placed on disciplinary probation for a year or a length of time deemed appropriate by BASL.

BASL reserves the right to issue suspensions to players, coaches, or fans involved in violent conduct, abusive language, instigation, or other similar incidents regardless whether or not they were issued a red card by the referee.

Referee Assault

Referee or Field Marshal Assault – Out for one-year minimum. Spitting is considered assault. The league, referee, or field marshal may also choose to report the incident to law enforcement.

Appeals Process

A player receiving a red card MUST sit his next game (No appeals of Red Cards will be heard only the length of suspension beyond one game). If the website is not updated or is incorrect the responsibility is on the captain to make sure his player sits and it gets marked down on the roster.

All appeals should be directed to the BASL Board of Directors who may or may not choose to hear the case. A decision may be appealed within 14 days after being notified.  An appeal must be accompanied by the sum of One hundred dollars ($100.00), which shall be forfeited if the appeal is not upheld.  To make an appeal please send the written appeal to:  BASL Soccer, 701 Market Street, Suite 111 #5039, St. Augustine, FL 32095 with $100.  In addition, please notify us by email at Once the written appeal and $100 is received, a hearing will be held by phone or in person. The decision will remain in force until after a hearing has taken place.


At the discretion of the disciplinary committee, some players may be required to apply for reinstatement if they wish to return to playing in BASL after serving their suspension. You will be notified whether a reinstatement hearing is required when you are notified of a suspension. If you are required to apply for reinstatement, the following procedure should be followed. You are NOT eligible to register and play until you have received written approval to do so.

  1. At the conclusion of suspension, email requesting to be reinstated.

  2. The disciplinary committee will arrange a hearing either in person or by telephone where you will have the opportunity to justify why you should be allowed to participate in BASL and what actions you have taken to improve your conduct.

  3. Determination of reinstatement eligibility and any further requirements will occur at the meeting. Typically this will involve proof of taking a BASL approved anger management course and agreeing to a long probationary period. Anger Management courses require a fee of $125 paid to BASL.

  4. Written Approval or Denial of Reinstatement issued to player via email.

Reducing Long Term Suspensions

Players receiving a suspension for more than a regular season (eg: 6 months, 1 year, etc.) may opt to request to have a portion of their suspension deferred by completing a BASL approved anger management course after serving no less than one half of their suspension. Please note that cases involving referee assaults or unprovoked violence are considered on different criteria than other conduct and be advised that approval is less likely.

The following procedure should be followed:

  1. After serving half of the suspension, the player must contact the BASL Disciplinary Committee at to request this option.

  2. If approved, the player will be contacted and informed how to submit a $125.00 fee for registration into a BASL approved anger management course.

  3. Upon the receipt of the fee, the committee will enroll the player in the appropriate anger management course and forward the player a link for the course.

  4. Upon completing the course, the player will forward the certificate of completion to the Disciplinary Committee and request reinstatement.

  5. They must then attend a hearing with the committee to discuss their reinstatement and the conditions of their playing and probation.

  6. After this is completed, BASL will reinstate the player and they may resume play in the league under the conditions agreed upon by them and the committee.


BASL Probation Guidelines

Probation will be issued at the discretion of the discipline committee to any player who has been deemed a risk to the safety or smooth operations of BASL sanctioned events. Players DO NOT need to be issued a red card to be placed on probations. Any player on probation is subject to the following terms.

  • A player accumulating three or more yellow cards in one season on a particular team while on probation will receive a mandatory 2 week suspension across all divisions.

  • A player receiving a red card while on probation will have their case reviewed by the BASL Disciplinary Committee. Recommended a minimum 1-month suspension.

  • Violent Conduct or Fighting while on probation will not be tolerated. Recommend a minimum one-year suspension.

  • Any action that is not disciplined by the referee can be recognized by BASL and put the case under review by the Disciplinary Committee for further sanction

Goal Differential

Max of 3 goals per game

The max goal differential is 3 per game. Please do not run up the scores to your game. Team and Players

The max goal differential is 3 per game.  You can see that in the standings.  Please DO NOT run...