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.
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.
- Coast Soccer League’s commitment is to provide the best competitive soccer experience in a fun filled and safe playing environment.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- No Photos of Player or Coach cards are acceptable. No card = no play or no coaching.
- PLAY FAIR !! PLAY WELL !!
Check for field closures.
- 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:
- 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.
- Use the online-download Match Report for all Red Card/Send Offs. Completed match reports should be sent to email@example.com.
- 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.
- 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.