1) 2009 CSL Game Procedures
- a) All U16 and older teams are allowed a 22 person roster but only 18 of the 22 will be listed for any game. Non-participating players (players 19 through 22) need to be crossed off the game roster before the start of the game.
- b) Any misconduct written up as Violent Conduct will result in a minimum of six games suspension for the player. There is no appeal for a violent misconduct. Violent Conduct is now the only incident where a player’s card is retained by the center referee and mailed with the match report. DO NOT keep cards for any other misconduct (serious foul play, second yellow, etc.).
- c) All match reports MUST be sent in immediately after the game. A fine will be levied against the lead referee for a missing match report. The home team is responsible for giving the center referee 3 copies of the match report and a stamped addressed envelope before the start of the match.
- d) Referee fees have been increased to $1.40 per minute for 2009-2010. Game fees are collected in cash, half from each team before the start of the game.
- e) For SCSRA-Ventura, game fees are split evenly between the referee team.
- f) Youth referees (under 18) that work more than 10 games during the CSL season (this includes league cup) are eligible to receive a $50 voucher for uniforms.
- g) Casts are now permitted so long as they are not considered dangerous. It is up to the individual lead referee to make the determination of whether the cast is dangerous and whether to allow a player with a cast to play.
- h) The referee team shall be reimbursed $75 for any League Cup forfeit and not the full game fee.
- i) Goals must be secured or weighted so that they can’t tip during play
2) CSL Game Reports
a) All 3 sheets filled out in full by the center referee, indicating:
i) Final score
ii) Goals scored by each player
iii) Cautions and Send-offs, including short reason:
Unsporting behavior, delay restart, respect distance, dissent, persistent infringement, enter or reentered field without permission, leave field without permission
Serious foul play, violent conduct, spitting, Deny goal – handling, Deny goal – foul, foul or abusive language, second caution
b) Signatures on completed match reports
i) Center referee (make sure you also print your name if not already preprinted
ii) Team official (Adult with a team Coach or Administrator pass)
c) Distribution of game reports
i) Mail one copy to Coast Soccer League in the stamped envelope provided by home team. The report must be mailed within 48 hours.
ii) Give a copy to each team, given to official that signed match report
3) USSF Referee Report Instructions:
a) Use the online-downloadable USSF Report
b) Submit the report to Coast Soccer ONLY in the following cases:
i) Referee Assault
ii) Referee Abuse
iii) Violent Conduct (or any non-Referee Assault)
(1) By players or team officials
(2) By spectators
iv) Touchline Misconduct
(1) Verbal statements or
(2) Physical actions that
(3) Impede distract, interfere, or delay a referee from the duties of game management
v) Serious injuries during the game
(2) Broken bone
(3) Any other injury can reasonably be expected to result in a trip to the hospital for urgent or emergency care
a) Distribution of USSF Referee report copies
i) Coast Soccer League to firstname.lastname@example.org
ii) SCSRA-Ventura Assignor to email@example.com
iii) Referee, as record in case you are contacted by our assignor, CSL, or Cal South
4) Confiscation of Player or Administrator Passes:
a) Passes are to be confiscated for only the following reasons:
i) Referee Assault
ii) Violent Conduct by a player, coach, or administrator
iii) Suspected falsification of documents or player passes
b) Do not confiscate passes for:
i) Referee Abuse
ii) Touchline misconduct
c) Mail confiscated passes with a copy of the CSL Match and USSF Referee Reports to: