The Southern California Developmental Soccer League (SCDSL) was created in 2011.
SBSRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz
Southern California Developmental Soccer League: This is the main SCDSL site where you can find information on player/coach discipline (Cautions and Send Offs), team standings, field locations, et cetera.
SCDSL DOES accept photos for coach and player cards as long as they are from the 2019/2020 season.
Check for field closures.
El Camino College Turf #1 — Field Map. NOTES: To avoid paying for parking at El Camino College, go to the El Camino College Police Office at the corner of Crenshaw/Redondo Beach Blvd and tell them you are refereeing matches at their field and they will give you a free 1-day parking pass. So please arrive early enough to make that stop and pick up the pass. Since parking is free at El Camino College for referees, SBSRA will not reimburse for parking at El Camino College.
All officials are expected to know the rules of the league in regards to the substitution policy, when substitutions can be made, lengths of games, half-time, time in between games, and where parents and teams are to sit.
Game reports/player rosters and player/coaches cards are given back to the coaches at the end of the match except for Violent Conduct or Referee Abuse when the player or coaches cards are retained by the referee so they can be sent to SCDSL along with the CalSouth Match report.
Note: A Match Report is to be generated for all Red cards and sent to Chris Nevil, Member-at-Large, at email@example.com for review and archival. A CalSouth Match Report for Violent Conduct or Referee Abuse or any Spectator send offs must be submitted to SCDSL along with the applicable player/coach card after they are reviewed and approved by SBSRA. If you have any questions about whether or not to submit a supplemental Match Report to SBSRA, email the SBSRA Member At Large, Chris Nevil. Chris will work with you, SCDSL, and SBSRA Board members to ensure all correspondence is properly documented and submitted appropriately. In the case of a violent conduct, your report will let SCDSL take immediate action and prevent further incidents involving the same individual or individuals.