Hoping someone answer this question for me?
I am a team admin for a girls u11 team. I am responsible for having the ref fees ready for each game and making sure the rosters are printed and player cards in order. We have played three games so far in NYCSL and two out of the three teams we have played have not supplied their rosters to the ref or to our trainer. Am I mistaken here as far as procedure goes? Am I wasting my time printing out the rosters? I’m happy to have one less thing to do, but also if the other teams are not adhering to the rules, why is this being allowed?
I have a question for you-Before you posted this and as a team admin did you first-
1-Check with your Coach/manager/trainer for any guidance?
2-Did you check with any other team officials?
3-Did you ask your club for guidance?
4- Did you contact the league and ask them?
You are not wasting your time printing your rosters and doing the right thing, where you are wasting your time is posting your issue here which does NOTHING to resolve your problem. Teams are supposed to exchange rosters with the referee and with each other. Why are you giving them a roster and not getting one from them and then not reporting it to any team, club or league officials? Here’s the guidance everyone should be following-
Game Day Documents
Coach or Manger must bring to each game:
Medical Release: players, available on the NYCSL website by clicking on Resources ▸Forms
Referee Fee Schedule
Match Day Rules
Laminated passes: coaches and players
Roster: 2 copies; 1 for referee and 1 for opposing team
Game Guidelines/COVID related: detail the social distancing requirements and safety precautions that must be strictly followed. All local requirements at host locations must also be followed, which may be more stringent.