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Referees Law 6. This only applies if the Assistant Referee is officially appointed by the league. Where the assistants are club volunteers it is up to the referee what he requires them to do (normally just give ball in and out of play and off sides
A Club shall keep a list of the players it registers and a record of the games in which they have played, and shall produce such records upon demand by the Management Committee. In the event a Club has more than one team in an age group, each team must be clearly identifiable but not designated ‘A’ or ‘B’ or 1st or 2nd. In such cases, players will be registered for one team only.
Also kick off times, on the sheet provided prior to the start of the season we ask the home team for a designated kick off time, this is then put onto your published fixtures and referee’s where available allocated to these times. It seems teams are going round changing kick off times as it suits them, THIS IS NOT PERMITTED Clubs / Teams may only alter the date of a match; the venue or the kick off time published with the consent of ALL interested parties, namely the opposition, the Referee, the Referee’s Secretary and the relevant Fixture Secretary. If just one party is not in agreement as to the change then the match must kick off on the published date at the time stated.
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We have been providing Grass Roots football for children in Hertfordshire and Middelsex for a number of years. Our aim is tonpromote friendly football for all children of all ages or gender
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