Club and Team Administrators will find important division related information posted here by our Division Directors.
We will update this pages with important information as needed.
For general information, please feel free to visit the Team Administrator Page as there is quite a bit of useful information there.
We all look forward to a great year!
|Circuits of Responsibility
||Circuits Responsible For
|Director of Premier
||All Premier Circuits, All Recreational Circuits
|Director of AAA
||All AAA Circuits
|Director of North
||All North AA-A, AA-B, AA-C, All Girls Non-South Circuits
|Director of South
||All South AA-A, AA-B, AA-C, All Boys Non-North Circuits
||Circuits Responsible For
|Asst. Director of North
||All AAA Circuits, All North AA-A, AA-B, AA-C, All Girls Non-South and Non-Premier Circuits
|Asst. Director of South
||All Premier Circuits, All South AA-A, AA-B, AA-C, All Boys Non-North and Non-AAA Circuits
Each week all Directors carefully review scores and yellow/red cards. At times your games have a red "C or a red “S”. This is because each team has entered something different into the system. The game sheet/roster hard copy we receive from you weekly will enable us to correct any “C’s” that appear in the system. Please give us one week to make these corrections. If it is not corrected by your next game then e-mail your director.
Prior to your scheduled game, print 2 copies of the game sheet/roster. Each copy should be signed by coach or team manager before it is given to the referee. This is verifying that all player names on the roster are registered to the team and legal. Print your game sheets on Thursday before your Saturday game. In general you should not hand write in any name on the game sheets. The only exception to this is if the player registers Friday night and game sheet/rosters have already been printed. Go ahead and write players name in; if the player is not registered then the team forfeits the game.
Remember that players can only play for one team! If you are on a B team and the A team wants to borrow the player for the A game (or vice a versa) it violates the rules and is illegal and will result in the game being declared a forfeit!
MANDATORY: Upon completion of the game both game sheets/rosters must be initialed by either the manager or coach. Please look at the game report before you initial it. Double check the score; MAKE SURE that ALL yellow and red cards given are listed along with a reason.
All jersey numbers should be annotated in the columns. If they are not then you MUST hand write them in before the game begins. Referees need this information. Please go into the Coris System before the game and add them. Give BOTH copies to the referees. Upon completion of the game, and before you initial game sheets make sure that BOTH copies are filled out the same way. Make sure the reasons for the yellow/red cards are listed to ensure that the correct code is entered into the system. This year we have implemented a system where a referee can now go on line and report the scores, red & yellow cards instead of mailing them in to us. NOT ALL REFEREE ASSOCIATIONS ARE USING THIS PROGRAM.
ADDING JERSEY NUMBERS IN THE SYSTEM
To add player jersey numbers to the game rosters/sheets: Log-in under manager’s user name and password. Click on “My Account” screen and scroll to the bottom where team Id # is listed and click on the "edit link". This brings you to the team roster page. Scroll to the bottom and click on "edit player info". Both Home and Away columns should be filled out. Once you do this it does take about 20 minutes for the system to capture the information.
You are responsible to input the scores and cards within 48 hours of the completion of the game. IT IS MANDATORY THAT BOTH TEAMS INPUT ALL YELLOW AND RED CARDS THAT ARE RECEIVED FOR PLAYERS AND COACHES.
All player cards MUST BE LAMINATED. If they are not you do not need to play the game. It is an automatic forfeit. If you choose to play the game, the score will stand as a forfeit.
RED & YELLOW CARDS
Anyone receiving a red card automatically needs to sit out the next scheduled game. DO NOT wait to be notified by your Director. Once the Presidio Director receives the referee report & your game sheet then they will assess the situation and let your red card contact know if there are any additional games that player needs to sit out. Depending on the reason player or coach can get 1 to 3 game suspension. If you are not sure please email the director for your circuit.
PLAYER RED CARDS: Players or coaches name must be crossed off the game roster for the game that they are NOT participating. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY THAT WE CAN VERIFY THAT THEY HAVE SAT OUT THE SUSPENSION. IF THE NAME IS NOT CROSSED OFF THEN WE ASSUME THEY PLAYED AND MORE GAMES WILL BE ADDED TO THE SUSPENSION.
COACHES RED CARDS: This is very important especially to the coaches that have more then one team that they are coaching. If you receive a red card then you CAN NOT COACH ANY OTHER TEAM UNTIL YOU SIT OUT YOUR SUSPENSION FOR THAT GAME/TEAM.
Example: If you have a Sat. 8:00 am game & you get red carded but you also have a Sat 1:00 game for another team. YOU CAN NOT COACH THE 1:00 GAME.
If the following week your 2nd team has an 8:00 am game and the team that you got red carded has a 1:00 game. YOU STILL CAN NOT COACH THE 8:00 AM GAME. If you do coach then the number of games that you get suspended for will be increased.
Only a player or substituted player may be shown the red or yellow card. Coaches are sent off and the actual red card is not shown.
Coaches will not be shown the red or yellow card. They will be sent off which is considered red card. Verbal warning is a yellow card. Coaches are responsible for the sideline behavior so if your parents get out of hand your coach will be sent off. PARENTS CAN NOT BE RED CARDED – COACHES WILL BE SENT OFF WHICH IS COUNTED AS A RED CARD!
From time to time we receive letter/emails regarding the performance of referees. Please be aware that Presidio Soccer League does not contract directly with any referees or referee associations except in the case of the Presidio Cup & PQT Tournaments.
For regular season games, each club contracts directly with either a referee association or the individual referees themselves and as such, Presidio has no relationship or authoritative position with the referees.
Please contact the appropriate authority in your club responsible for the referees, which is often a member of the board of directors and advise them of your concerns. They in turn can contact the referee association used or the referee themselves, depending on the referee program used.
Center Referee needs to be certified. If they do NOT have a current year badge or current year ID card you have the option of not playing the game. The game will be rescheduled.
Here is the notice that has been forwarded to ALL REFEREE ASSOCIATIONS
Referees can now do their complete game report on line. This includes red & yellow cards, scores, scorers and misconduct reports.
Lee Popejoy can set you up: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do not use the online system then PLEASE mail, fax or email the game sheet/roster to the Director that is listed on the bottom right of the game sheet. We have 4 directors so it is important that you mail, scan & email, or fax each form to the correct director. (The director who’s name is on the sheet.)
- Each team will give 2 copies of the game rosters.
- Signature is needed at the bottom of the sheet by a team representative before the game.
- All players MUST have a laminated player card.
- The coach also must have a laminated coach’s card. Any coach from that club can coach the team provided they have a card. If they do NOT have a card and NO coach is available to coach then the game MUST be forfeited.
- Yellow & Red cards given must be on both sheets with a reason.
- DO NOT KEEP CARDS IF PLAYER/COACH IS RED CARDED. Return ALL of the cards to the team after the game unless it is for “Assault”.
- After the game a representative from each team needs to verify the score by initialing the score before you give them back their sheet.
- Keep one set for yourself and give each team one roster back. All sheets should have the same information on them.
Each team enters the score, yellow and red cards for each game. To help eliminate game conflicts the information by the referee must be reported the same by each team. It is important for the referee to indicate all cards given and the reason for each card. DO NOT JUST PUT IN YELLOW CARD OR RED CARD WITHOUT A SPECIFIC REASON.
Cautionable Offenses or Yellow Cards
- UB – Unsporting Behavior
- DT – Dissent
- PI – Persistent Infringement of Laws
- DR – Delay Restart
- FRD – Fails to Respect Distance
- E – Enter Field Improperly
- L – Leave Field Improperly
Sending Off or Red Cards
- SFP – Serious Foul Play
- VC – Violent Conduct
- S – Spitting
- DGH – Denies Goal Opportunity Handling
- DRF -Denies Goal Opportunity Foul
- AL – Abusive/Offensive Language
- 2CT – Second Caution
Any red card given must be reported within 24 hours. Depending on the reason the player can be suspended 1 to 3 games.
We MUST have the specifics on red cards that involve violent conduct. This is an automatic 3 game suspension so in your report please give us all the details. If you are mailing or emailing in report please give us a phone number in case we need to contact you.
Last year we had SEVERAL out of hand PARENTS and COACHES. As you know the coach is responsible for the sideline behavior. In order to keep the games under control please first warn the coach if you decide it is necessary.
After the warning:
- If it is spectator who continues, STOP the game and ask the coach to have the spectator leave. If the coach does not do this or if the spectator does not leave then issue a send off to the coach, if there is no other administrator with a coach’s card then abandon the game.
- If it is the coach who continues, STOP the game, issue a send off to the coach, If there is no other administrator with a coach’s card then you abandon the game.
Please remember that the actual red card DOES NOT HAVE TO BE SHOWN TO A COACH. The send off is the RED CARD.
If you are a younger referee please do not hesitate to enforce this. Presidio will not tolerate the verbal abuse of referees. We especially want the younger referees to be aware of this fact. The Presidio Board does back the decisions of the referee’s.