12 Years old
Two 30 minute Halves. Four 15 Minute Quarters
Most youth soccer organizations vary the duration of the game based on the age of the players. For example, the state organization for which I referee uses the following: U11-U12 2 x 30 minute halves U13-U14 2 x 35 minute halves U15-U16 2 x 40 minute halves U17-U18 2 x 45 minute halves You local organization may have different guidelines. Also, some tournaments may alter these durations.
er.. like an hour?? er.. like an hour?? it all depends which league, if the are younge rep players, then probably 20-25 minute halves, if just a house league team, them approximatly 15-20 minutes halves
A professional game is generally 48 minutes of playing time broken down into 4-12 minute quarters. A college game is 40 minutes of playing time broken down into 2-20 minute halves. A high school game is 32 or 36 minutes of playing time depending on the state. It is broken down into either 2-16 minute halves, 2-18 minute halves or 4-8 minute quarters. Summer leagues and tournaments vary, usually having 2-20 minutes halves with the clock not stopping until the final two minutes or so of each half. Younger players may play 24 minutes games or even as low as 20 minute games.
there are two 20 minute halves
The rules are the same as 15 aside games with the following ammendmentsThere are several variations in laws which apply to Rugby Sevens, primarily to speed up the game and to account for the reduced number of players. The main changes can be summarised as follows:Seven players per team on field (instead of 15).Five substitutes, with only three interchanges (instead of 7 and 7).Seven minute halves, though ten minute halves are allowed in the final of a competition (instead of forty minute halves).One minute half-time, two minutes in finals (instead of ten minutes).Matches drawn after regulation are continued into Extra Time, in 5-minute periods.All conversion attempts must be drop-kicked (instead of having the option to place-kick).Conversions must be taken within 40 seconds of scoring a try (instead of 60 seconds).Three player scrums (instead of eight players).Kick-offs: in sevens, the team which has just scored kicks off, rather than the conceding team, as in fifteen-a-side.Yellow cards net a 2-minute suspension (instead of 10 minutes).Suspensions are more severe in Sevens than in Fifteens. The team plays a man down for 1/7 of the match instead of 1/8, and losing 1 man out of 7 opens up more space than 1 man out of 15.Referees decide on advantage quickly (where one play usually ends advantage, not true in fifteens).In major competitions, there are additional officials present (in-goal touch judges) to judge success of kicks at goals and hence the game is not delayed waiting for touch judges to move into position to judge conversion attempts.
In College Basketball, they play two 20 minute halves, so 40 minute games.
The NCAA has always had 2 halves instead of 4 quarters. When the professional leagues came into existance, they adopted the "quarters" instead of halves. one of the original rules of basketball as Dr. James Naismith (inventer of basketball) published was for Two 15-minute halves with a 5 minute rest in between.
hockey football kabadi cricket
30 minute halves, but some referees only play them 25 halves
2 35 minute halves with a 5 or so minute break