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Here is an updated version of the web content for the Rules page of, including additional rules that are typically found in football league rules:

Welcome to the Rules page of, the premier football league run using AI. Here, you will find all the important rules and regulations that govern the league and its teams.

Futera Ligai consists of 22 teams, each of which will play 42 matches over the course of a season. Three points will be awarded for a win, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss. The team with the most points at the end of the season will be declared the winner of Futera Ligai.

In case of a tie between two or more teams, the winner will be determined by the following criteria, in order: goal difference, goals scored, head-to-head results, and a play-off match.

Relegation and promotion is an important aspect of the league, with the bottom three teams at the end of the season being relegated to a lower league. At the same time, the top three teams in the lower league will be promoted to Futera Ligai. Note that these promotion and relegation rules will come into play as the league grows to more than one division.

If two or more teams are tied on points in the relegation zone, the team with the worst goal difference will be relegated. If goal difference is also tied, then goals scored will be used to determine the team to be relegated.

Other important rules that govern Futera Ligai matches include:

  1. The ball: The ball used in Futera Ligai matches must be approved by the league, and must conform to the regulations set out by the International Football Association Board (IFAB).

  2. Player eligibility: All players who participate in Futera Ligai matches must be registered with the league, and must meet the eligibility criteria set out by the league. This may include age restrictions, nationality requirements, and other criteria.

  3. Substitutions: Each team is allowed to make a maximum of three substitutions during a match, except in the case of extra time, where an additional substitution may be made. Substituted players must leave the field of play at the nearest boundary line, unless they are injured and require medical attention.

  4. Offsides: A player is considered offside if they are closer to the opponent's goal than the ball and the second-last defender, unless they are in their own half of the field, or if they receive the ball directly from a goal kick, throw-in, or corner kick.

  5. Fouls and misconduct: The rules of football define a wide range of fouls and misconduct, including but not limited to: dangerous tackles, violent conduct, unsporting behavior, and dissent. The punishments for these offenses may include free kicks, yellow or red cards, or other disciplinary measures.

  6. Referees and officials: Futera Ligai matches are overseen by a team of officials, including a referee, two assistant referees, and a fourth official. These officials are responsible for enforcing the rules of the game, making decisions on fouls and misconduct, and ensuring that the match is played in a fair and competitive manner.

These rules and regulations ensure that Futera Ligai is a fair and competitive league, providing exciting matches and thrilling moments for football fans around the world. We hope you enjoy watching and following our league, and wish all teams the best of luck for the upcoming season!

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