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Title: SABR Soccer Referees Orientation


1
SABR Soccer Referees Orientation
  • Sunday, October 19, 2008
  • Sugar Sand Park

2
Meeting Agenda
  • Introductions and the SABR Organization
  • SABR Web Site Referees Corner
  • SABR Soccer Season
  • Referee Mentoring
  • Game Assigning Procedures
  • Questions?
  • Jamboree Assignments and Mentoring Sign Ups

3
Introductions and Key Referee Contacts
  • Tim Sharp/SABR Director of Referees
  • 561-213-1016
  • sharp1958_at_bellsouth.net
  • Brian Behrman/SABR Recreational Game Assignor
  • 561-504-5862
  • briansabr_at_aol.com
  • Arnold Shan/FSR DRA
  • 561-561-771-2948
  • aceshan_at_yahoo.com

4
Other Important Referee Contacts
5
Now A Word from Our DRA!
  • Arnold Shan

6
SABR Web Site Referees Corner
  • www.bocasoccer.com

7
SABR Web Site Referees Corner
  • Message from Director
  • Contacts for Referees, Web Sites and Information
    Updates
  • 2009 Certification and Recertification Classes
  • Payment Schedules
  • Attendance, Preparation, and Attire
  • Game Management and Unpaid Monies
  • Some Non-FIFA Rules
  • Lightning Safety

8
SABR Web Site Referees Corner
  • Message from Director
  • Contacts for Referees, Web Sites and Information
    Updates - Copies of Referee Presentations
  • 2009 Certification and Recertification Classes
  • Payment Schedules
  • Attendance, Preparation, and Attire
  • Game Management and Unpaid Monies
  • Some Non-FIFA Rules
  • Lightning Safety

9
SABR Web Site Referees Corner
  • Message from Director
  • Contacts for Referees, Web Sites and Information
    Updates
  • 2009 Certification and Recertification Classes
  • Payment Schedules
  • Attendance, Preparation, and Attire
  • Game Management and Unpaid Monies
  • Some Non-FIFA Rules
  • Lightning Safety
  • Copies of Referee Presentations

10
SABR Referees Payment Schedule
Recreational League
For Recreational Games collect all money even if
an AR is missing contact and turn in to Mr.
Behrman (see Contacts for Referees)
11
SABR Referees Payment Schedule
Travel League Subject to League Policy - talk to
assignor  
For Travel Games return money for a missing AR to
the coaches.  
12
ON TIME, BEING PREPARED and LOOKING PROFESSIONAL
  • Attributes of a SABR Referee
  • Keys to gaining the respect of the coaches,
    players and spectators

13
Attendance
  • Arrive 20-30 minutes early before each game
  • If a referee does not show up, then please follow
    these procedures
  • Try to contact either Mr. Brian Behrman
    (Recreational) or Mr. Lou Hecht (Travel)
  • If you cannot contact Mr. Behrman or Mr. Hecht or
    if he does not have a substitute available, you
    should see if there is another licensed referee
    in the area who can act as a linesman.
  • Unless that referee just finished a game at the
    same level, you should still try to contact Mr.
    Behrman or Mr. Hecht before having that person
    step in.
  • Any such tardiness should be reported to Mr.
    Behrman or Mr. Hecht (see Contacts).
  • If you cannot find a suitable linesman, then you
    can use a club linesman if the coaches agree. A
    club linesman may NOT be paid.
  • If the scheduled linesman shows up after the game
    has started, they may take over for the club
    linesman with the referees permission.

14
Preparedness
  • Head Referee
  • Coin for starting game
  • Working whistle
  • Watch or stop watch
  • Game report and pen or pencil
  • Your red and yellow cards.
  • Assistant Referee (Linesman)
  • Flag
  • All the above for Head Referee in the event you
    need to step in if the head referee does not
    show.

15
Attire
  • Wearing the proper Referee Uniform
  • Yellow shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Long black socks
  • Shirt must be tucked in for the entire duration
    of the game.
  • We need to set an example for the coaches and
    players

16
Time Management
  • Time management of the soccer game IS the
    responsibility of the referee
  • NOT the coaches…
  • NOT the players and…
  • NOT the administrators.
  • SABR works very hard to schedule as many games as
    possible to optimize the limited number of soccer
    fields, thus it is extremely important that you
    keep the games on time.
  • Delays due to injury, weather or other reason you
    deem appropriate can be made up by adding time at
    the end of the game at your discretion.
  • BOTTOM LINE KEEP ALL GAMES ON SCHEDULE.

17
Behavior On the Field
  • Be decisive in your decisions
  • Blow your whistle loud
  • Be a teacher to the younger players and explain
    the fouls/calls (U9/U10)
  • Call your fouls with respect to the age group and
    gender

18
Non FIFA Rules
  • Many are covered in your SABR Handbook
  • Read the Handbook and print pages from the SABR
    Web Site Referees Corner
  • Keep this information handy as a guide

19
Length of Games, Size of Ball, Off Sides, and
Free Kicks
20
Forfeit
  • If one or both teams does not have the minimum
    number of players, then they have to forfeit
  • If the coaches want to play short-handed, please
    stay and referee the game (you are getting paid
    and we need to be there for purposes of safety)
  • If a teams coach does not show up, then they are
    not permitted to play period!

21
Substitutes
  • A team CAN substitute on their OWN throw in, NOT
    on the opponents throw in.
  • All teams MAY substitute
  • On either team's goal kick,
  • After a goal,
  • After a half
  • After you stop the game due to injury
  • Water breaks
  • After the regular time of the game has expired if
    an overtime period is provided. 
  • Players must be ready at the halfway line
    please explain this to the coaches
  • You may use discretion to not allow a
    substitution if the substitute is not ready to
    come onto the field

22
Water Breaks
  • Water breaks are REQUIRED
  • Approximately mid-way through each half
  • No more 1-2 minutes to allow players to get a
    drink
  • Game clock is NOT stopped
  • Players must stay in the field of play
  • Encourage players to get back on the field
  • No coaching

23
Injuries
  • Both teams may substitute following an injury
  • Only coaches allowed to attend to an injured
    player on the field
  • If a player is injured and cannot return, e-mail
    the Director of Referees
  • Date
  • Team Gender, Age Group and Team Name (e.g., GU14
    Revolution)
  • First and Last Name of the Player
  • Nature of the Injury

24
Yellow Cards
  • When a player is issued a YELLOW CARD the player
    must leave the field to allow for a cool down
    period and be substituted
  • Player may re-enter game at the next opportunity
    the team can substitute

25
Red Cards
  • If you issue a RED CARD or ask a Coach or
    Spectator to leave the field for misconduct, be
    sure to report the incident via e-mail to your
    Assignor and the SABR Director of Referees.
  • Include in your report the following information
  • Date
  • Team Gender, Age Group and Team Name (e.g., GU14
    Revolution)
  • First and Last Name of the Player, Coach or
    Spectator
  • Nature of the Misconduct or Red Card

26
Other Considerations
  • Be sure to enforce the Technical Area with the
    coaches at the beginning
  • 10 yards on either side of the centerline
  • 1 yard behind the touch line
  • Ask the coaches or SABR Administrators to ask
    their spectators to sit on the opposite side of
    the field
  • Do Not engage with the spectators
  • Ask the coaches or SABR Administrators to help
    you manage the spectators

27
Lightning Safety
  • Use the 30-30 Rule and Common Sense
  • If you see lighting, check your watch
  • If thunder occurs before 30 seconds, you need to
    have everyone get off the field and into a
    sheltered area
  • Wait 30 minutes following the same 30 second rule
    before allowing players coaches and spectators
    back onto the field
  • Most fields have lighting detectors (except
    FAU/Henderson)
  • When you hear the detector sound, have everyone
    get off the field
  • Safe to return when you hear 3 short blasts
  • NOTE LIGHTING DECTECTORS HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO FAIL
    IF IN DOUBT REFER TO NO. 1

28
Referees Need to Set the Tone for the Entire
Season
  • CONSISTENTLY enforce the Rules of the Game,
    Non-FIFA Rules, and Other Considerations
  • Establish themselves with the coaches, players
    and spectators as In Charge
  • Be decisive and blow your whistle loud so
    everyone can hear it
  • Have fun and let the players play!

29
SABR Soccer Season
  • Starts with the Jamboree October 25th 26th
  • Regular Season Games Friday, November 7th
    through Sunday, February 15th
  • Playoffs, Tom Cup and Boca East/West Game
    Monday, February 16th Saturday, March 7th

30
Referee Mentoring
  • Opportunity to help improve the skill sets of our
    younger referees
  • Will take place at Sand Pines Park with the U9
    and U10 Age Groups
  • Mentor is required to
  • Be certified for 2009
  • Be at least 17 years old
  • Have at least 4 years experience
  • Willing to mentor during two games (2 hrs)
  • Qualifies for Community Service Hours
  • Sign up after our meeting

31
Game Assigning
  • SABR Referee Board - same system as last year
  • www.refjournal.com/SABR
  • Existing Referees
  • Log in with your Username and Password from last
    year or
  • Change profile to reflect your proper name as
    your User Name
  • New Referees
  • Register by entering
  • User Name (Proper Name)
  • E-Mail Address
  • Password
  • Read the Agreement and click on Register

32
Game Assigning
  • Games, Times and Fields will be displayed by Week
    (e.g., Week 1, Week 2, etc.)
  • Weeks will be either Open or Closed
  • View the Open Week youre interested in
    refereeing
  • View the Age Group and the unassigned games
    youre interested in refereeing
  • Click on Reply and type in what games and times
    your interested in refereeing
  • Brian will assign the games and you will be
    responsible to check on line for the games you
    have been assigned

33
Questions?
34
Jamboree and Mentoring Sign Ups
  • Brian Behrman
  • Tim Sharp
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