Coaches need to complete a line-up card for each game. At a minimum, you need one for the referee. The players on the line-up card should be in jersey-number order.
There are two different line-up cards available. The first one is the traditional type that is filled-in by hand. You can ask for these cards at the Snack Shack.
The second one is printed by the coach. Attached to this web page are two PDF files with a template for the card. The template has four cards that fit onto one page. When you fill in the team and player information on the first card, the information is automatically replicated onto the other three cards. There is special, perforated paper that work in conjunction with the AY-CS004P template. The special paper is blank on one side, and has the normal printing on the back. You must have a printer that can handle card stock type paper. Also, it must support the longer A4 size paper. There are normally settings you can change when you click on PRINT which allow you to change the paper size and type. As with the traditional line-up cards, the card stock paper can also be obtained from the Snack Shack.
The second PDF file attached to this web page, lineupcard_2sided, has both the front and back sides of the card. Set your printer to print on two sides of the paper and follow the directions. For printers with a duplexer, you only need to set the printer properties to print on both sides. For printers without a duplexer, if there is a two-sided printing option, after the first side has been printed, you will be prompted to remove the paper from the output tray and reinsert it. If your printer does not have a two-sided printing option, then print page one only. After that page has printed, remove it from the output tray and reinsert it in the input tray. Then print the second page. TIP: before printing the first side, put a small mark on either the top or bottom of the sheet of paper - this will allow you to determine how the paper will need to be reinserted in the input tray in order to print the second page on the back of it.
The steps for printing your own cards using the card stock paper: