GCL is assigned by two very qualified assignors. Jim Henderson and Brandon Gardner.
If you are interested in officiating for Girls Classic League please contact them by emailing: email@example.com
|Age Group||Middle (Ea. Team pays half)||Linesman (Ea. Team pays one AR)|
|11U / 12U||$50 ($25 from ea. team)||$32 (from ea. team)|
|13U / 14U||$76 ($38 from ea. team)||$50 (from ea. team)|
|15U / 16U||$80 ($40 from ea. team)||$55 (from ea. team)|
|17U / 18U / 19U||$90 ($45 from ea. team)||$60 (from ea. team)|
MISCONDUCT REPORTS (RED CARDS ONLY)
All RED cards must be followed up with a separate misconduct report for each RED card. No exceptions!
Last edit: 6/30/2019
If a JERSEY # DOES NOT MATCH and/or the Player is missing a photo in the Virtual ID Cards, The player CAN NOT PLAY without League Approval. Do NOT write in or change a Jersey # without League Approval. IF a DUPLICATE JERSEY # is present. DO NOT CHANGE THE JERSEY # without League Approval. Have the manager contact the league if their is a discrepancy. Do NOT delay the start of the game.
If RED cards issued, please complete a RED CARD MISCONDUCT online by using this link. YOU MUST FILL OUT AN ONLINE MISCONDUCT form for all Send-Offs, players and adults.
GCL is no longer requiring MISCONDUCT reports to be sent in for YELLOW CARDS. RED CARDS ONLY!
PLAYER SEND OFF
1) Day Games - player may go to the concession area (if open) for the remainder of the game; report to commissioner, if available, or may leave the complex entirely with a parent or other authorized adult.
2) Night Games - if the player is unable to leave the complex and the concession area is closed, the player may sit on the spectator side with an authorized adult for the remainder of the game.
COACH SEND OFF
1) The coach must leave the complex entirely
2) If the coach has a game with another team immediately following the "send-off" game, he has to warm-up his team as far away from the "send-off" game as possible and can have no contact with players or parents involved in the "send-off" game.
Ask, Tell, Remove for Spectators
(1) Ask the coach to speak with the unruly or dissenting supporter to calm the individual down. Wait until the coach or someone from the team, coach, assistant. coach or team manager has spoken to the individual.
(2) If the bad behavior persists, Tell the coach again that the offender must be dealt with immediately and if the Irresponsible Behavior continues he and the offender will be asked to leave. Tell (Yellow Card) the coach that this behavior will not be tolerated.
(3) If the coach cannot or refuses to handle the situation then dismiss (Remove, Red Card) the coach. Advise the remaining team officials that the game will not continue until the coach and the offending spectator(s) leave the field. Do not continue the game until both the coach and the offending individual(s) leave the area.
Note: Do not add to touchline distractions by antagonizing coaches and spectators when dealing with incidents originating from the technical area or the spectator’s touchline. When you have to deal with a coach, be cordial, try a few firm but quite words regarding what you expect from the coach and return to the match. If the distraction is a spectator, tell the coach what you want to happen and let the coach deal with the issue.
A word to assistant referees – Comments and conversations with spectators do not often end well. At best your good intentions will be poorly received and at worst could lead to dissent and arguments between you and spectators, distracting you from your primary responsibility which is assisting the referee. Be polite and courteous but keep your communications between you and the referee.
If the spectator is being unruly, the coach is to be warned to get the spectator under control. If a spectator is subsequently dismissed, the coach should also be dismissed for failing to control his sideline. If the spectator's actions are so egregious as to demand immediate dismissal without time to warn the coach, the coach is not dismissed
IF COMMISSIONER ON DUTY
Defer to them unless situation is too dangerous to wait. Please note, there are trainers on duty on both weekends and weeknights. Commissioners are available on Weekends. Trainers have lightning detectors on their phones and can assist in making the call.
CHIN CHAPEL and RAILROAD - Thorguard Alert
1 long blast, clear the fields; 3 short blasts, ok to return.
UTD and other Complexes without Thorguard
At the first notice of lightning, clear the fields. Act in unison with referees on the other fields. You must not return to fields until 30 minutes after last lightning. No delays longer than 20 minutes for weeknight games. Abandon game if longer delay is necessary. Ex: first game is cancelled due to lightning. Second game can begin if clear of lightning for 30 minutes or more and the second game will begin no later than 20 minutes past its scheduled start time.
Hotline #: (469) 708-0411
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If you are made aware or witness a safe sport violation. Use the document below to determine your reporting requirements.
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Some of our games are DUAL Games, meaning the game they are playing in LHGCL is also a Frontier Conference Match (the old Premier League). The Manager should hand you a specific game card for that match. YOU ONLY NEED TO USE THE FRONTIER LEAGUE Game Card from each team. Also DUAL MATCHES ONLY use the USYS Member Cards for check-in not Virtual ID Cards.
Please review the rules below for Frontier Conference Matches. Their rules take priority in Dual Matches.
A. LHGCL Governed by FIFA Laws of the Game
B. Age Division Placement
C. Season Play
D. Players and Spectators
E. Season Duration and Ball Sizes
F. Number of Players
G. Club Pass Players
H. League Standing Points
I. Game Report Requirements
J. Equipment and Uniforms
K. Referee Fees
L. Payment of Referees
M. Returned Checks
N. Schedule Changes and Rescheduling
O. Foul Weather Procedures
P. Game Protests
Q. Fields and Facilities