MANAGER RESOURCES

The following guidelines are aimed to help you in your role as manager of your team.

First game of the season

  1. Hand out the following equipment to each player:

    • white playing jersey​

    • shorts (if requested)

    • socks (if requested)

NB: Each player is then responsible for bringing their playing equipment each week - except for the goalkeeper equipment. It is recommended that the manager collects the goalkeeper shirt, shorts (if applicable) and gloves at the end of the game each week to remove the risk that the previous goalkeeper is away the following game or forgets to bring the goalkeeper equipment to the next game.

Weekly (in the days leading up to a game)

  1. Check the draw

  2. Advise parents of details of the game for that week​​

    • if your ​team is scheduled to play the first game on a field at Edwards Park, also advise the parents they will be required to set up the field 30mins before play is due to start​

    • if your team is scheduled to play the last game on a field at Edwards Park, also advise the parents they will be required to pack up the field after the game has completed

    • if your team is rostered on for canteen/BBQ/ground duty, ensure all timeslots have been assigned to volunteer parents from your team and confirm with the Canteen Manager

  3. Re-check the draw on Friday night to ensure game details have not changed.​ If changed, advise parents of new details

In event of bad weather, continually monitor emails/SMS (especially on Saturday morning) for notification from Club Administrator about cancellation and/or game changes (the Association may decide to move games rather than cancel)​. Also continually monitor the sites from the links contained on the Wet Weather Links page on CJSC website for cancellations/game changes

 

Game Day

In the hours leading up to the game

  1. Pick up your game folder in the box located outside the Committee Room at Edwards Park

    • your game folder should contain:​

      • Referee/Assistant Referee​ payment sheet

      • money for fees to be paid to the Referee/Assistant Referee(s)

      • match sheet (if you are the nominated home team)

NB: if you are playing Sunday you can also pick up your game folder on Saturday

In the 30mins prior to each game​

  1. If your ​team is scheduled to play the first game on a field at Edwards Park, arrange for the volunteers from your parent/spectator group to set up the field

  2. Complete the match sheet; ensure the following details are correct:

    • team names, age and division​

    • player details

      • cross out each player who is listed on the sheet but is not playing​

      • add in substitute players in the applicable section (NB: familiarise yourself with the eligibility conditions in the CDSFA Rules of Association in respect to using substitutes)

      • check shirt number is correct for each player

      • NB: if you are the home team, hand the match sheet to the opposition manager for them to complete and return to you prior to the game. If you are the away team, obtain the match sheet from the home team manager and complete as above

  3. Hand out ID cards to each player

    • applicable to competitive teams only i.e. U12 and above

      • if teams in U12 and above are using eligible players from U10 and/or U11 teams as substitutes, ensure they have also provided their ID cards

    • although they are allocated ID cards, players in U10 and U11 teams are not required to produce their ID card for a game played in their correct age group​. It is only when these players are brought in as a substitute in a competitive game (U12 and higher) that they will need to produce their ID card for that game

  4. Where yours is the nominated home team, select a volunteer from your parent/spectator group to be the ground official and ensure they wear the orange hi-vis Ground Official vest

    • NB: this is applicable even if you are the nominated home team playing at a ground other than Edwards Park

At the end of the previous game but before the start of your game

  1. Pay the Referee and/or Assistant Referee(s)

    • ensure they each sign the payment sheet as receipt of payment​

    • if there are no officials and parents are nominated to officiate, no payment is to be made to 

  2. Ensure the technical area contains only the following people:

    • up to two registered team officials each wearing their yellow hi-vis Team Official vest

      • this is most likely to be the coach and yourself as manager but if the team has more than two registered officials then only a maximum of two are allowed in the technical area at any one time

    • substitute players marked on the team sheet as playing

      • non-playing members of the team (e.g. injured players not playing that game) are not permitted in the technical area)

At the end of each game

  1. Once the Referee has completed and signed the match sheet and returned it for your signature, ensure the following details are correct before signing:

    • winning team is listed

    • score for each team​ is accurate

    • details of injuries incurred by players in your team

    • infringements (red and yellow cards) are against the right player from your team

  2. Sign the match sheet​

  3. Collect the ID cards from the Referee/Assistant Referee

    • check that all cards are collected before the officials leave the field​

    • if you have used substitutes from another team, return the ID to the player

    • NB: do not let the players keep their individual ID cards - keep them in the manager's bag each week

  4. Collect all hi-vis vests and return them to the manager's bag​

  5. Collect the goalkeeper equipment and return them to the manager's bag

  6. If your team is scheduled to play the last game on a field at Edwards Park, arrange for the volunteers from your parent/spectator group to pack up the field and return the equipment to the storage room

  7. Return the game folder to ​the box located outside the Committee Room at Edwards Park

    • ​the returned game folder should contain:
      • payment sheet​ signed by the Referee/Assistant Referee
      • unused Referee/Assistant Referee fees
      • signed match sheet (if you are the nominated home team)
      • NB: if you are the away team, please take a photo of the match sheet and send it to the Club Administrator. Please also SMS the result to the Club Administrator with the following details:​
        • age/division​
        • name and score of each team
        • e.g. U17/2  Concord (5) v Balmain (4)
  8. Folders are to be returned by 4pm on either the Saturday or Sunday. Otherwise, folders are to be delivered to the address advised separately


 

Last game of the season

  1. Collect all white player jerseys and goalkeeper equipment

  2. Ensure manager's bag contains all equipment handed out at the beginning of the season:

    • game ball(s)​

    • pump

    • whistle

    • yellow hi-vis Team Official vest (x 2)

    • orange hi-vis Ground Official vest

    • white player jerseys

    • goalkeeper shirt (and shorts if provided)

    • goalkeeper gloves

  3. Return the manager's bag to CJSC on the day to be advised by the Club Administrator​

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