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Soccer

Colin Arblaster

Colin Arblaster

Lead Assignor & Instructional Chair

Phone: (408) 499-9905

Tom Emery

President/Owner/Assistant Soccer Assigner

Phone: ‭(831) 241-1101‬

CCS MISCONDUCT / INCIDENT REPORT

Use the CCS online forms for reporting misconduct/ ejections and incidents . These forms must be submitted by 12 midnight on the day of the contest. Use the password "123" when submitting either an Ejection/Misconduct report (red selection) or an Incident Report (blue selection).

Send Off Template/Sample(s)

PSI recognizes that administrators reviewing Send Off/Incident Reports would benefit from reports having a standard in providing a uniform style when creating the written description of each submitted Send-Off/Incident Report. Please use the following formats. Using these formats will reduce and eliminate followup questions from administrators and allow them to efficiently sanction players/coaches/teams appropriately.

SEND-OFF INTRODUCTION FOR ALL SEND-OFF REPORTS:
" Mr./Ms.**** ( full name of individual sent-off) number **** (jersey/roster number) of **** (team name) was sent-off and shown the red card for **** (category reason of send-off) at the (number)  minute of the match.

DESCRIPTION DETAILS: (Enter ONLY factual and descriptive details related to the direct incident(s) that lead to the issuing of the misconduct(s).

(RECEIVING A SECOND CAUTION DESCRIPTION SAMPLE): Mr. Smith was issued a first caution and shown the yellow card at the 22nd minute of the match for unsporting behavior when he tripped and committed a tactical foul upon his opponent, #10 L.Messi, near the middle and attacking half, approximately 5 yards outside of the penalty area that stopped a promising attack. At the 63rd minute of the match Mr.Smith was issued a second caution and shown a yellow card for delaying the restart of play by kicking the ball away after the whistle was blown for a foul and play was stopped, preventing the opponent's ability to restart play promptly. A red card was then immediately shown to Mr.Smith and sent-off for receiving a second caution within the same match. 

CLOSING STATEMENT FOR ALL INCIDENTS: ( record the behavior of the sent off player/coach after issuing of the  red card. Finalize with recording the restart of play awarded or the foul/misconduct.
CLOSING SAMPLE: Mr.Smith immediately departed the field while dissenting the decision of the referee repeatedly yelling, "Your giving them the game!" Once Mr.Smith had fully departed the field no further incident occurred and play was resumed with a direct free kick awarded to the opponent.

PSI SOCCER TRAINING MEETINGS

Day and Date Time Location Address Room Topic
TBA PSI-Fremont Professional Center 1732 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside,CA 93955 Conference Room

OPEN GAMES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER

MTJAL: PG, CAR, BV, SB, NMC, RLS, AS, PAL

Salinas/Santa Rita: LP, GV, ES, BK, HD, WA (Boys-Fall Girls-Spring)

MPUSD: SEA, COL, LA, MLK

OTHER:  SC, CAT, ISM, MBC, TRIN, CWL

Games are available for Self Assign. If you feel you do not have access to self assign feature contact Tom Emery at tom@psirefs.com

ANNUAL REGISTRATION on Arbiter Group 101441

PSI Registration - Arbiter Group 101441: 

$9 Background Check+$14 AOA Insurance+$77 PSI Annual Dues=$100.00 payable online with credit or debit card. 

Peninsula Sports, Inc.   Attention: Tom Emery
1732 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside, CA 93955

Please Contact Colin Arblaster for USSF Certification Details

Renew: https://www.cnra.net/register/renew-referee/

NEW: https://www.cnra.net/new-referee/

Referee Recruitment Form

If you wish to recommend a soccer referee that has experience and physical capabilities of officiating high school soccer please submit the following form. If referees are recruited and work a minimum number of games you will receive a $75 Recruitment fee from PSI at end of season.


PSI strongly encourages officials to become a member of NASO

NASO MEMBERSHIP

The National Association of Sports Officials (NASO) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit educational association providing services and benefits for sports officials. For more than 35 years, NASO has been an innovator in developing benefits for sports officials. It was the first organization to provide officiating liability insurance protection and remains the leader in developing and promoting educational materials and personal benefits for sports officials. Today more than 26,000 officials, representing virtually every sport at every level of play, are receiving the benefits of NASO membership.

2021-22 Laws of the Game

Please note that these are FIFA Laws Of The Game, but they are now closer than ever to High School (NFHS) Rules. Exceptions are in Substitutions, Cautions (player must come off FOP), and tie-breaker procedures for Section and NorCal Playoffs

BECOME A GRASSROOTS CNRA/USSF OFFICIAL

FIND AN UPCOMING COURSE

SOCCER TRAINING MEETINGS

DATE TIME DAY Location Address Room Additional Information Training Topics ONLINE LINK PRESENTATION

HIGH SCHOOL RULES ARE ALMOST THE SAME!

DOGSO

INSTRUCTIONS FOR RUNNING A DUAL

This is a pretty good source for working Dual System of Control. Corner kicks I prefer lead referee with ball in own quadrant to stand behind or aside the ball to view ball bending out of play and (not getting hit) then move toward penalty area for closer angles.

Offside Explained

Current IFAB video and analysis of modern offside application.

VIDEO TRAINING: Week in Review

Weekly videos analysis with management directives will be posted throughout the season.

VIDEOS

WEEK #1 

 

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Assignments for Santa Cruz Breakers, Watsonville Breakers, Pajaro Valley United, Aptos SC, Tournaments and Pro-Am Beach Soccer Tournaments


Information to Refereeing Collegiate Soccer throughout Northern California

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