Regardless of weather conditions, coaches and their teams must appear on
the field of play, ready to play as scheduled, unless Soccer Spectrum has
contacted the captain/coach prior.  Failure to show will result in the forfeit of the match.


Only referees on the field, or Soccer Spectrum management can cancel or
postpone a match.  Teams may not determine if a game is canceled. Teams that choose not to wait out a weather delay will forfeit that game.

Should a match’s progress be terminated due to weather conditions after the second half has started the match will be considered official and the score at the time will stand. 


Game times delayed one full game slot or more will be canceled and a reschedule will be considered if the 2nd half had not started.  

In the event of bad weather, game schedules and various rules may need to
be altered. Be sure to check your daysmart app for any changes to your
schedule or contact the facility at:


In support of Player, Referee and staff safety we will be using the below weather guidelines to make our determination for canceling or delaying games:


For indoor and outdoor games:

Soccer Spectrum will communicate any weather related closures in the event of icy weather.


outdoor games:


Cold Weather

With zero precipitation, all games will be cancelled at 32 degrees F or below.

If raining, all games will be cancelled at 45 degrees F or below.


Hot Weather

In hot weather, games will be played in the morning and evening time

If temperatures rise above 90 degrees or more a decision will be made on water breaks and if games will be cancelled or rescheduled.



Games may be delayed or cancelled completely based on severe weather such as heavy rain, hail, and lightning.

Games suspended for lightning must wait at least 30 minutes from the last strike within 10 miles before the game may be restarted.


Soccer Spectrum and the referees may cancel or delay if they if they believe other variations while at the field create an unsafe/unhealthy condition but will resume when it is safe to play.




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