Laws of the Game 2019-20

IFAB Laws of the Game 2019-20

Please read through for new law changes that go into affect for 2019 Fall Season.

 
FAQS

Frequently asked questions

How early should I arrive?

Arrive at least 15 min before the start of the game.

Do I need to check player cards?

YES, it is required that player cards are checked before the start of each game.

Can US Club cards be accepted?

NO, only OSYSA club cards are an acceptable form of player verification.

What is the maximum number of players on the sidelines?

Maximum number of players on the sidelines, in uniform for 11v11 format is 18, format, 9v9 format is 16, and 7v7 format is 12. If too many players are dressed and in the team bench area does not start the game until one of the following criteria has been met.

A. Extra players must change out of their uniform if they wish to remain in the bench area.

B. Players who do not change out of their uniform must sit on the spectator side of the field.

What if I show up and there is no center referee?

If no center ref has signup or is a no show an AR should step into that position and find a club AR to fill in.

How do I know if fields are closed due to weather?

Referees should check field status when weather is bad. Field information and links can be found on the fields tab of our website. Teams are not responsible for paying referees if field closures are beyond their control. We do ask team contacts to update referees, but at times this isn't possible.

What if I am handed money for a fellow referee before they have arrived or a no show referee?

Teams should distribute money directly to each referee as they arrive. If you are accidently handed money for a referee who hasn't arrived or is a no show that money should be returned to the team immediately.

If I am the center referee can I decide how to distribute money to the ARs?

No, ARs will receive the full amount of pay at the time of the game regardless of arriving late or any other circumstances.

If too many referees show up to a game how do we decide who does the game?

Only the referees who are officially signed up in the assignor system can do the game. If two referees show up, but neither of them has signed up, whoever arrived first gets to referee the game. Once the game is complete, at first opportunity, that referee will need to log in and pick up the game.

 
OFFICE INFO

Mid-Ohio Select Soccer League

670 Lakeview Plaza Blvd. Suite D

Worthington, Ohio 43085

Office Phone Number: 614-436-6775
Office Fax Number: 614-436-8323
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday