The KSRA uses online match reporting forms.
- Click “Match Report Form” for the appropriate league.
- Click “Caution” or “Send off” to report yellow and red cards.
Kamloops Recreational Soccer Leagues (men’s and ladies),
Senior High School, KYSA house, men's league
KSRA Match Report Form - within 24 hours of game
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL - within 24 hours of game
(link opens to an email for Maria L Bartucci <firstname.lastname@example.org> email the game score and discipline report)
SMALL SIDE Match Incident Report
Pacific Coast Soccer League (PCSL)
Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League (TOYSL). (rep)
TOYSL Match Report and Incident Report Forms - within 24 hours of game
Click the above link to access www.toysl.net. Refs click on to game and incident reporting tab at top.
Our local leagues have asked us to give more detailed reports about our matches and especially about our cautions / send-offs. When reporting cards you must include the following in your report of EACH INCIDENT:
· The guilty player's Name, Team, Jersey number
· A detailed description of what he / she did (including what may have, or did provoke the behaviour.)
· The result of the misconduct (what happened as a result of the player's actions - a retaliation? an injury? nothing further?)
· The minute of the match the card was shown (In the 56th minute of the match)
· Try to describe where the offense occurred. (On the field of play, in the technical area, etc.)
· Remember, REPORT ONLY THE FACTS!! Offering personal opinions or emotions will likely only bias the report.
· Always finish your report with the phrase: "he was cautioned / sent off for ________ and was shown the ______ card". The first blank will have one of the seven cautionable offenses (such as unsporting behaviour, dissent by word or action, persistent infringement, etc.), or one of the seven sending off offenses (violent conduct, serious foul play, etc). The second blank will simply state the colour of the card shown to the player.
Click on the link below to see a sample of a correctly completed description of a cautionable incident:
Sample Caution Report
Please refer to the following link to see some important "Do's and Don'ts" associated with misconduct reporting:
REMEMBER, ANY IMPORTANT FACTS OR DESCRIPTIONS OF INCIDENTS NOT DESCRIBED IN A CAUTION OR SEND-OFF REPORT, MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE BODY OF YOUR MATCH REPORT!!
BCSA Match Report Forms
Click on the links to access printable copies (PDF format) of the British Columbia Soccer Association's match reporting forms.
CSA 4th Official Form This is the form used by the fourth official during the match