IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MATCH OFFICIALS: Canada Post issued a 72 hour lockout notice this morning, July 5th, 2016
In the event that this goes ahead, you have the following options available to send in the official copies of game sheets:
- Scan and email to league office, or
- Drop off at the league office 5659, McAdam Rd, Mississauga, L4Z 1N9
Alternate drop off locations for Niagara & Hamilton Match officials:
- Niagara Soccer Association: 6-94 Dunkirk Rd. St. Catharines, ON
- Hamilton & District Soccer Association: 64 Melrose Ave N. Hamilton, ON (Time Hortons Field - Gate 3 Entrance RM#2W-331)
We should also remind you that a picture of the game sheets is not acceptable
League Rule 10 XII. The Match Official is responsible for completing the online game report via the Sched2k system. In addition, the Match Official must provide the “Official Game Sheet” plus pertinent paperwork to the league within twenty-four (24) hours of a game being completed. The ‘Official Game Sheet’ must be signed by all three Match Officials before being submitted. Furthermore, all disciplinary forms must be signed by the Match Official before submission.
If the Match Official uses the scan method, they must keep the official copy of the game sheet for the season in case the league requires the actual original. The league will not accept photos of the game sheets and/or disciplinary reports.
If you have any issues, please contact the office admin
905 890-1568 ex 27
905-890-1568 x 25
REFEREE EVALUATION FORM
Just like players and coaches; match officials and their assistants are refining their skills and gaining experience.
Here is your opportunity to tell them and PHSA how they did.
Remember Match Officials, like all participants in the game deserve RESPECT.
Click the picture or the link and tell us how they did!
When a Match Official gets it right let us know that too!
If you would like to comment on a referee's performance, please fill out the following form.
The Ontario Soccer Association believes that the soccer experience for all involved should be built on a foundation of respect.
Respect in Soccer helps us promote these values through this simple and convenient online tool. The Respect in Soccer
Program is being implemented to provide an enhanced sport environment for our children.
Respect in Soccer provides information on on natural influences over the player, and the role we all play in a child's
enjoyment of a sport or activity. The program also provides coaches with tools to evaluate their own behaviour.
Respect in Soccer is for all participants including the parents and spectators. All participants deserve respect, including our natch officials.
To read more on the OSA Respect in Soccer program CLICK HERE
In the UK the FA’s programme to address unacceptable behaviour in soccer (football) – on and off the pitch.
An excerpt from the FA website:
“On average, thousands of referees quit football every year at because of the abuse they receive from players and from the sidelines. Lots of children also pack it in because of the attitude and actions of over-enthusiastic and pushy parents.”
To view some of the FA’s latest campaign advertisements on the Respect Programme please click on the icons below.
Read the following report on Match Officials in our District
PHSA End of Season results 2014.pptx