Game Fees and Fee Split
The referee fees for the 2012-2013 season are as follows:
- 3 Referees $160 ($80/$40/$40)
- 2 Referees $120 ($80/$40)
- 1 Referee $80
- The Center Referee is responsible for an assignor fee of $7.00 per game which will be billed by the SCSRA-Ventura Treasurer.
Authorizing Play for Players Without Player Passes
- Only Andy Gillespie can authorize a player to play in a TCSL sanctioned game without a TCSL ID. The only sanctioned procedure for a player to play without an ID is for Andy to contact Ian Anderson via a phone call or e-mail and for Ian to pass this information on to the match referee.
- Otherwise, NO TCSL ID, NO PLAY.
Post Match Procedures
- The Referee will complete the Roster/Match Report for each team and present it to the Team Manager–the team manager for each team will identify himself prior to the game–for his signature.
- The Referee will deliver the team’s player cards to the Team Manager only, who will acknowledge receipt of the cards by signing the Roster/Match Report. Player cards are not to be given to anyone other than the Team Manager.
- The player cards of all players receiving red cards, for whatever reason, will be retained by the Referee and mailed to the League with the accompanying paper work (match report and supplemental).
- In the event that a member of the referee team is being assessed, all post-match administrative duties will be completed before meeting with the assessor.
Misconduct Report Instructions
- ALL misconduct (yellow cards and red cards) will be reported on a USSF Supplemental Report.
- Both sides of the Supplemental Report form will be filled out, including a complete description of the offenses and the actions taken by the Referee.
- The Supplemental Report must be completed and distributed by email to the League and to SCSRA officials by 9:00 pm the day of the match (see email list below).
- A copy of the Supplemental Report, which can be filled out and emailed directly from a computer capable of working with Microsoft Word files, can be found at: USSF Referee Game Report
- In the event the Referee does not have access to a printer, a scanner, or a computer program capable of working with Microsoft Word files, he will distribute the proper information in an email and then copy it into the Supplemental Report.
- Proper misconduct information includes: player’s name, ID number, team, and a thorough description of the offense and action taken by the Referee. When wording a description of a particular misconduct, it is a good idea to consult the FIFA Laws of The Game for help with terminology.
- The hard copy of the Supplemental Report along with the Roster/Match Reports and any retained player cards must be mailed on MONDAY following the match.
Game-Day Email Distribution Requirements
On Sunday night, Email distribution of misconduct reports/game score will be to the following:
Tri County Soccer League
- Andy Gillespie: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sean Schearer: email@example.com
- Ian Anderson: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Luis A. Gutierrez: email@example.com
- Mike Skinner: firstname.lastname@example.org
Match Report Mailing Requirement
Hard copies of the reports, along with any player passes that were withheld after the match, will be mailed to the TCSL Vice President, Andy Gillespie by Monday morning. Mail match materials to Andy at:
2462 Cedarwood Circle
Simi Valley, CA 93063
SCSRA-Ventura Standards Committee Action
Referees who do not comply with these procedures and deadlines will be referred to the Standards Committee for disciplinary action.