CSA HEADSCARVES AND TURBAN: PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
Pocket SCAT2 chart
Chart that shows how to assess if a concussion has occurred.
REFEREE DEPARTMENT 2013 EXPENSE CLAIM POLICY
Policies, Forms & Laws
Laws of the Game
Rules for CSA Competitions
All referees if traveling outside of the country to referee must have approval through the completion of the CSA Referee Travel Request Form. In order to provide lead time to get this form approved, a referee should be submitting this form to the OSA at least 2 weeks prior to traveling.
Any referee from another Provincial Association arriving in Ontario who wishes to apply for standing as a referee in Ontario may do so by completing the Referee Provincial Transfer Form. This form must be signed by the Provincial Association in which the referee is transferring from to verify his/her information is correct.
Referee's applying for reinstatement or transferring from another country into Ontario must complete the Referee Reinstatement Request Form. This form may also be used by referees who have allowed their registration to lapse but have circumstances which they believe merit being permitted to re-register without having to re-take a referee course (each case is dealt with individually).
The Referee Reinstatement Request Form may also be used by any referee from another soccer jurisdiction (other than another Provincial Association) arriving in Ontario who wishes to apply for standing as a Referee may do so by completing the form. NOTE: Referees must attach a copy of their credentials (including English translation if needed) and must have been recently registered in another soccer jurisdiction to be considered for transfer.
Other Referee Forms can be access in the Quick Links section (below).
Game Report Forms
It is important that all referees complete the required game reports after each game, including Caution Summary Forms, Dismissal Forms and Special Incident Reports.
Each league has required time restrictions for referees to submit game sheets into the league after a game. It is important that all referees complete the re required game reports after each game, including
Especially with the Special Incident Report Forms, if in doubt that one is required ask someone if one is, instead of ignoring the situation and not completing a report.
For example, if a coach is asked to leave the game and there is a major collection and someone is seriously injured; a special incident report form should be completed.
Remember if the incident is special to the game “outside the norm in a game” complete the form and submit it.
There are a number of OSA Policies effecting referees and it is the referee’s responsibility to understand and be familiar with these policies.
DRC - will be added shortly
Club Head Referee
Under the direction of the Soccer Club Board of Directors, the Club Head Referee will be responsible for the management of all matters directly relating to referees including but not restricted to education, development, and assigning within the Club.