Mon
May
27
07:00 PM
Millet U15/17 Team 1
Pigeon Lake U15/17 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Thorsby U9 Team 2
Pigeon Lake U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Millet U9 Team 1
Thorsby U9 Team 3
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Leduc U9 Team 3
Calmar U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Leduc U9 Team 4
Warburg U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Leduc U9 Team 1
Devon U9 Team 2
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Thorsby U9 Team 1
Leduc U9 Team 2
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Calmar U9 Team 2
Devon U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Breton U9 Team 2
Breton U9 Team 1
Wed
May
29
06:30 PM
Leduc U11 Team 3
Breton U11 Team 2
Wed
May
01
06:30 PM
Leduc U11 Team 3
Leduc U11 Team 2
6
2
Thu
May
02
07:00 PM
Leduc U13 Team 1
Devon U13 Team 1
9
4
Thu
May
02
07:00 PM
Calmar U13 Team 1
Thorsby U13 Team 1
0
8
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Warburg U11 Team 1
Breton U11 Team 1
6
6
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Leduc U11 Team 2
Leduc U11 Team 3
1
6
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Pigeon Lake U11 Team 1
Millet U11 Team 1
6
1
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Breton U11 Team 2
Thorsby U11 Team 1
6
0
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Devon U11 Team 1
Devon U11 Team 2
7
3
Thu
May
09
07:00 PM
Thorsby U13 Team 1
Leduc U13 Team 1
7
8

Referee Liaison (Armband) Program


It is mandatory for every team (U10 - U18) to provide a referee liaison for every league game. The liaison can be a different person each game and can be anyone with the exception of the coach or assistant coach. The name of the referee liaison MUST be marked in the area provided on the game sheet.

The team has a 15 minute grace period in which to provide a liaison or they will default the game.

Please ensure the ref liaison name is marked on the game sheet.

Background:

Referee abuse and harassment by spectators and coaches is the main reason why referees, particularly those in their early teens, drop out of the development program resulting in severe shortages of officials at all levels. This unacceptable behavior towards our youth must be addressed as a priority particularly if soccer is to have an adequate supply of referees.

All teams participating in the U10-U18 age groups must designate an individual (does not have to be the same person for each game) at each game (home and away) to act as a referee liaison. The referee liaison of each team shall be a person who is not the coach or assistant coach and their main role will be to act as a deterrent to possible acts of misbehavior by spectators or team officials. The referee liaison will also be available to the referee should a request to do so be made or if a potential problem exists.

Description of duties:

Please wear the identifying armband provided by your team. This armband will be given to the person who picks up the BRSA schedule on April 28. If the referee requires your assistance he will identify you by the armband.

Place yourself in the middle of the spectator seats outside on the fields.

Monitor the behavior of your teams’ parents and spectators.

Quickly diffuse potential problems before they arise by either being visible or calmly speaking with the individual(s) involved.

Deal with, and act on, inappropriate comments, gestures and/or general unsporting behavior directed at referees, players or any other individual by your teams’ spectators or coaches but please avoid getting into a confrontation.

Submit a brief report in writing to the BRSA office of any incident that you feel the BRSA should be aware of involving inappropriate behavior by ANY individual. Based on any official report, then BRSA will conduct an investigation into the incident and act accordingly.

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