Referees

Referees

Larry Luckett – PCJSL Referees’ Commissioner pcjsl.referees@gmail.com

Maggie Barton and Karen Phillips – Referee Assignors pcjsl.refcoordinator@gmail.com

PCJSL GotSoccer Game Cards

The GotSoccer game card is the official document for all PCJSL games. Referees should not start a game unless it is completely filled out with players’ names, numbers, etc.

The GotSoccer League program now lets teams print the Game Cards for their upcoming league games directly from their team pages.

a.) Teams can then login into their accounts at www.gotsport.com

b.) The teams have to click onto your league link displayed on the Main Menu page.

c.) Next, the teams have to click onto the Schedule tab.

d.) To print the game cards the team must click on the Game Number.

 

Send Hard Copy Game Reports to:

You must confirm the name of all crew members who were present for the game ONLY if different than scheduled by email to PCJSL.refcoordinator@gmail.com with crew information no later than 24 hours after the contest.

 

Rate-A-Ref Program

Enter your game number at the link below to access the referee evaluation page for each of your games: http://eval.arizonarefs.org/.

 

PCJSL Referee Handbook 2014-2015

Click here to view the PCJSL Referee Handbook 2014-2015.

 

PCJSL Referee Send Off Report – 2014

PCJSL Referee Send Off Report: https://www.gotsport.com/forms/open/Default.asp?FormID=839

This form is for use with official PCJSL games only. Do not use for State League, Port of Subs League or Tournament games.

The pass(es) must be mailed to Mark Hamilton, PCJSL 9420 E. Golf Links Road Suite 108, Box 286, Tucson, AZ 85730

 

Arizona State Referee Administration

Wendell Babb – Area Director of Instruction: Tucson wendell.babb@azref.com
Louis Spivack – Area Referee Administrator: Tucson pal610@comcast.net
Bob Barton – Area Director of Assessment: Tucson robert.barton@azref.com

 

Head Injuries/Concussion Policy

http://azref.com
www.fifa.com/worldfootball/lawsofthegame.html

 

Offside Rule

View article: Everything you always wanted to know about the offside rule but were afraid to ask.