There are several sports in which your University teams can compete.

Male and Female RULES

  • Futsal will be played on artifical grass and parquet court.
  • The size of the court is 40x25m.
  • The number of player substitutions during the match is not limited.
  • The substitution can only be made when the ball is not in play.
  • The throw in and corner kick will be executed by foot.
  • The goalkeeper is free to leave the goal area (playing goalkeeper), and will not be able to touch the ball with the hands while outside the area.
  • Duration of the matches 20 minutes (10 per period) during matches of the first round and elimination rounds. 40 minutes (20 per period) during the final and 3rd place match.
  • The midtime during the group and classification rounds will be 5 minutes.

COMPETITION

The order of classification will be by points. 3 points per match won, 1 in case of match tied and 0 in case of match lost.

In case of a tie in points in group the following criteria will be used:

  • 1st- Goal average (goals in favor vs. goals against).
  • 2nd- In case of a tie in goal average, the next step will be to look at the goal average between teams that tie in number of points and goals.
  • 3rd-The team with the most goals in favor will be considered the best classified.
  • 4th-In case of a tie in goals in favor, there will be a penalty round between the two teams. In case of tie in the final rounds there will be one penalty round (3 penalty kicks per team).

The final round will be formed of quarterfinals, semifinals, 3rd place match and final.

Male and Female RULES

  • The rules of the tournament will be those governed by the FIVB except in the following: A match is won when a team reaches 2 sets.
  • (‘’Best of 3’’) A set is won when a team reaches 15 points with more than a 2 points advantage.
  • In the finals a team must win 2 out 3 sets of 25 points.

COMPETITION The classification criterion in a group stages will be by matches won and lost. In case of a tie in matches won and lost between teams, the following criteria will be used:

  • 1st- Difference in sets in favor vs. sets against during the league.
  • 2nd- Difference in points in favor vs. points against during the league.
  • 3rd- Number of points in favour (total of points in all matches) The elimination rounds will consist of quarter finals, semi finals, 3rd place match and final.
Male and Female RULES
  • The rules of the tournament will be those governed by the FIBA except in the following:
  • The match will consist of 2 halfs, 10 minutes each, except semi-finals and finals, that will consist of 4 quarters, 8 minutes each.
  • In case of a tie after regulation, there will be an overtime of 3 minutes.
  • With respect to fouls, both, team fouls and personal fouls will be called.
  • 4 personal fouls is maximum per player, and after that he must leave the game.
  • Free throws will be called when a team commits 4 fouls in one half (quarter).

COMPETITION Each team will have a maximum of 12 players. There will be a group stage and elimination round. The classification criterion in a group stage will be number of matches won and lost. In case of a tie in “matches won and lost” ratio, the following criteria will be used:

  • 1st- Points average (Point difference for and against during the group stage)
  • 2nd- Number of points in favour of the team (Total points scored during all matches). The elimination rounds will consist of quarter finals, semi finals, 3rd place match and the final match.
Male RULES

The rules will be those governed by the FINA except in the following: The match will consist of 4 quarters, 6 minutes each, except semi-finals and finals, that will consist also of 4 quarters but 8 minutes each. When player receives exclusion penalty he or she will leave the play for 20 seconds. Every player can be excluded 3 times and after that he must leave the game until the end of the match.

COMPETITION Each team will have a maximum of 15 players. There will be a group stage and elimination round. The classification criterion in a group stage will be number of matches won and lost. In case of a tie in “matches won and lost” ratio, the following criteria will be used: 1st – Points average (Point difference for and against during the group stage) 2nd – Number of points in favor of the team (Total points scored during all matches).

First one from a group stage will directly go to semi-finals, while second and third must qualify trough one elimination game.

Male RULES

  • The size of the court is 40x20m.
  • The match will consist of 2 halfs, 20 minutes each.
  • In case of a tie after regulation, there will be two overtimes, 3 minutes each.
  • The midtime during the group and classification rounds will be 5 minutes. In overtimes 1 minute.
  • Should this not decide the game either, the winning team is determined in a penalty shootout (best-of-5 rounds).
  • The number of player substitutions during the match is not limited.

COMPETITION Each team will have 10-14 players(6+1 player in the game and 3-7 on the bench). There will be a group stage and elimination round. The order of classification will be by points. 2 points per match won, 1 in case of match tied and 0 in case of match lost. In case of a tie in points in group the following criteria will be used:

  • 1) Mutual score
  • 2) Goal average (goals in favor vs. goals against) The elimination round will consist of semifinals, 3rd place match and the final match.
COMPETITION

Each team will have a maximum of 15 players. There will be a group stage and elimination round. The classification criterion in a group stage will be number of matches won and lost. In case of a tie in “matches won and lost” ratio, the following criteria will be used:

  • 1st – Points average (Point difference for and against during the group stage)
  • 2nd – Number of points in favor of the team (Total points scored during all matches). First one from a group stage will directly go to semi-finals, while second and third must qualify trough one elimination game.

Judging Technical Component: gymnastic and athletic abilities, Difficulty of the choreography Originality, dance ability Synchronization: timing, rhythm, unity with group, precise motions Music choice Cloth: Clothes, music and choreography correspond to similar theme Team size Minimum 7 – Maximum 20 members;

Choreography

Time From 3 to 6 minutes each performance; It is allowed to use pompons, tables with words, flags, hats, etc.

Don’t forget to bring your music on CD or mp3! EuroBelgrade 2013 will provide 3 professional judges.