The home team makes contact with the away team 5 clear days before the fixture. During that contact the home teams informs the away team of:
If the home team does not have a ref appointed who is on the league list they MUST inform their opponents. The opponents can then see if they can find a ref to do the fixture.
If the home does have a referee on the League list for the fixture, they need to make sure the referee is appointed on the Full Time system. This can be done by emailing the appropriate age-group registrar.
If teams do not have a referee they can go onto the league admin site and request one in the edit teams/players tab. Referees will have access to see all the request submitted. So teams putting in requests early will hopefully benefit. It allows clubs to make sure information is all present and send in advance notifications and refereess can log into the system at times to suit them to find games. Once a referee has accepted a game, an automatic email will be sent to prompt you to send them details of the kick offs.
This means requests go to the referees quicker and refereess can manage when they look at the requests. It also helps with late requests, because refereess looking for a game can view all the request if they find themselves available to ref at late notice.
If both teams cannot find a referee with a League ID or CFA ID Card card then they must agree on a stand in official. A stand in official CANNOT referee on a regular basis
League Referee ID Card
All referees in the League will need to produce an ID card, very much like players currently have to, before every League and cup fixture in the Sheffield & District Junior Sunday League. This will give the team managers confidence that the referee is indeed qualified and registered.
Possession of an ID card is not a license to referee. It is to verify identity. Clubs should still check that the referee they are using/their opponents are providing appears on the League list which will be available on the website.
On the Full Time match sheet you should only YES you have seen the referee ID card if you have actually seen it. Charges will be raised if not.
As many of you will be aware, recent legislative changes means that any Referee; including Referee tutor/mentor/coach/assessor, over the age of 16 who intends to officiate in youth football (U18) will require an FA ‘Accepted’ CRC.
If match officials without an FA CRC state that it is their intention to officiate within youth football during the coming season, they must successfully complete the CRC application process as soon as possible. Until a check is complete these referees are unable to officiate youth football.
Referees must arrange an appointment for a CRC check by contacting their County FA.
Please note, referees are responsible for the organisation of their CRC verification. It is the joint responsibility of the League, Clubs and Referees to ensure that all referees officiating in their league hold a current, approved CRC. This information has been provided by The FA who state that;
“The FA’s Safeguarding policy is underpinned by legislation and it is imperative that actions are taken in line with this guidance to ensure we are compliant with the legal and policy requirements”.
This is why the Leagues Referee ID card scheme is so vitally important. Referees are issued with an ID card once the League has made checks and confirmed with the appropriate County FA. Any refs who are suspended or no longer compliant are removed from the League list on the website. The list operates in conjunction with the ID card.
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