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Red Card issuing procedures (for referees):
Guidelines for the Fall season:
• Norcal – sign the game card and give it back to the coach, and record the score for yourself to update the arbiter
• CCSL – sign the game card and give it back to the coach, and record the score for yourself to update the arbiter
• Rec - keep the game card, and update the arbiter
Red Card (Send off) Procedures
Officials: If you need to report a send off (red card ) that was given in a CCSL Coast or Bay Division match click here. Fill out the web based form, hit, submit and a pdf of the send off report will be emailed to you with additional instructions. Please do this within 24 HOURS of the match. You should contact the referee assignor in the League that the send off was given and report the incident.
CCSL (State Premier):
The process of reporting is still the same as above, but the responsible party is:
NorCal - Please report any incidents (like red cards, unsportsmanship behavior, etc...) online at www.norcalreferees.com.
Question: Is there any place I can look to see the status of the red cards?
Question: Sent off, How do I get my pass back?
If you are a player or coach that received a send off (red card ) in a CCSL Coast or Bay Division match, click the above links to a listing of all send offs given in CCSL & NorCal for this season.
The pass for CCSL will be sent to your League President or send off coordinator and will be returned to the team when the suspension has been served. Please allow 48 hours for the send off to be posted.
Referees do not keep the passes for NorCal games.