Coast Soccer League

SBSRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz

Coast Soccer League
This is the Main CSL site where you can find information on player/coach discipline (Cautions and Send Offs), team standings, field locations, et cetera.
Information on assigning can be found here.

Game Fees

2019 Rules

Referee pre game meeting with Team Captains and Coaches:

CSL wants the Referees to request the Coaches to join their team Captions during the coin toss and communication the following information.

    1. Coast Soccer League’s commitment is to provide the best competitive soccer experience in a fun filled and safe playing environment.
    2. CSL encourages coaches, players, referees, and spectators to respect each other and the game, by playing their part in creating a positive and enthusiastic playing environment.
    3. It is our responsibility to work together to ensure that everyone involved today enjoys a great game, and don’t forget to take a moment at the end of the game to rate our performance.
    4. Besides A, B, C, D, E and F Coach licenses, there are new licenses:  IP, O1, O2, O3 , O4.  CSL accepts all of them and, as long he/she has valid license of the current year, he/she can coach the team.  They need not be part of the same club.
    5. No Photos of Player or Coach cards are acceptable.  No card = no play or no coaching.
    6. PLAY  FAIR !!     PLAY WELL !!

Check for field closures.

Coast Soccer League Fields Directory

Cal State Dominguez Hills — Fields Map

CSL Referee Application to electronically submit Match reports

CSL Referee App — report match results online, track schedule changes and more.
Review the Cal South LOTG Modifications for all 7v7 and 9v9 matches

CSL Match Reporting:

  1. Note ALL send-offs and cautions on the pre-printed CSL match report supplied at the field by the home team, whether or not a supplemental Match Report is filed.
  2. Use the online-download Match Report for all Red Card/Send Offs.   Completed match reports should be sent to
  3. Only in cases of referee assault, violent conduct or suspected falsification of documents should the Player / Administrator / Coach Passes be withheld. In such cases, a Supplemental Referee Report detailing the events and violations should be generated and sent to the SBSRA MAL.
  4. Use the Match Report to report any SERIOUS injury in a game. “Mommy make it better” injuries do not need to be reported, although you might note something like that on the pre-printed CSL match report (that a player left the field due to an injury). Serious injuries include a broken bone, unconsciousness, etc.  Basically anything for which a player would have to go to the hospital or see a doctor.

If you have any questions about whether or not to submit a supplemental report, email the SBSRA Member at Large or phone 310-955-9905.

Submitting timely reports is for your benefit, the benefit of other Referees, and all the players, parents and administrators who participate to enjoy the game and abide by the rules.