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1 FHSAA Pre-Season Webinar Soccer OfficialsSoccer Officials

2 Introduction Will AdamsWill Adams Assistant Director of AthleticsAssistant Director of Athletics ext. ext. Boys Soccer AdministratorBoys Soccer Administrator Alex OzunaAlex Ozuna Assistant Director of AthleticsAssistant Director of Athletics ext. ext. Girls Soccer AdministratorGirls Soccer Administrator

3 Important Dates Soccer Training Session Agendas DueSept.12Sept. 12 Soccer Training Session Agendas DueSept.12Sept. 12 Officials Registration DeadlineSept. 30Sept. 30 Officials Registration DeadlineSept. 30Sept. 30 Online Rules ExamsOct Oct Online Rules ExamsOct Oct Preseason Tournament DatesOct Oct.27-Nov.1 Preseason Tournament DatesOct Oct.27-Nov.1 First Competition DateOct. 27Nov. 3 First Competition DateOct. 27Nov. 3 Online Make-up ExamsNov. 6-12Nov Online Make-up ExamsNov. 6-12Nov Late Registration DeadlineNov. 12Nov. 12 Late Registration DeadlineNov. 12Nov. 12 Soccer Recommendation Forms edNov. 17Nov. 17 Soccer Recommendation Forms edNov. 17Nov. 17 Soccer Recommendation Forms DueJan. 2Jan. 2 Soccer Recommendation Forms DueJan. 2Jan. 2 Last Competition DateJan. 10Jan. 17 Last Competition DateJan. 10Jan. 17 District Tournament DatesJan Jan ;23-24 District Tournament DatesJan Jan ;23-24 Regional Tournament DatesJan. 22,27,30Jan. 29, Feb. 3,6 Regional Tournament DatesJan. 22,27,30Jan. 29, Feb. 3,6 State Championship DatesFeb. 4-7Feb State Championship DatesFeb. 4-7Feb Soccer Game/Match Reports DueMar. 6Mar. 6 Soccer Game/Match Reports DueMar. 6Mar. 6 Girls DatesBoys Dates

4 NFHS/FHSAA Rule Changes NFHS Rule – Official Game Clock NFHS Rule – Official Game Clock FHSAA Rule Modification – The official game time will be kept on the field by a contest official. If a stadium clock is available, the clock will be considered unofficial. FHSAA Rule Modification – The official game time will be kept on the field by a contest official. If a stadium clock is available, the clock will be considered unofficial. NFHS Rule 3-3-2B(2) - Substitutions NFHS Rule 3-3-2B(2) - Substitutions If the referee stops the clock for an apparent injury to a field player or goalkeeper, the field player or goalkeeper will have to leave the field. The field player may be replaced and the goalkeeper must be replaced. If the referee stops the clock for an apparent injury to a field player or goalkeeper, the field player or goalkeeper will have to leave the field. The field player may be replaced and the goalkeeper must be replaced. NFHS Rule – General NFHS Rule – General The jurisdiction of the officials shall begin on their arrival at the field of play and its immediate surroundings (to begin their official responsibilities), which shall be no later than 15 minutes prior to the start of the game. The jurisdiction of the officials shall begin on their arrival at the field of play and its immediate surroundings (to begin their official responsibilities), which shall be no later than 15 minutes prior to the start of the game.

5 NFHS Points of Emphasis Sportsmanship Sportsmanship Players, coaches, game officials and spectators must use appropriate language and refrain from insulting, offensive and/or abusive language and gestures. Behavior on the field should be consistent with athletics as an extension of the classroom. Players, coaches, game officials and spectators must use appropriate language and refrain from insulting, offensive and/or abusive language and gestures. Behavior on the field should be consistent with athletics as an extension of the classroom. Communication Communication Game Officials are encouraged to effectively communicate with one another as well as with players and coaches throughout the game. Game Officials are encouraged to effectively communicate with one another as well as with players and coaches throughout the game. Penalty Kick Penalty Kick Once the approach to the ball has started, the kicker’s movement may not be interrupted. A continuous forward motion throughout the approach is necessary. If continuous forward motion does not occur, the restart is a retake of the penalty kick regardless of whether a goal is scored or not. Once the approach to the ball has started, the kicker’s movement may not be interrupted. A continuous forward motion throughout the approach is necessary. If continuous forward motion does not occur, the restart is a retake of the penalty kick regardless of whether a goal is scored or not. Goalkeepers Goalkeepers Goalkeepers can wear the same colored socks as their teammates but not their opponents. Goalkeepers can wear the same colored socks as their teammates but not their opponents. Goalkeepers must have a number on the front of their jersey or shorts/pants and on the back of their jerseys. Goalkeepers must have a number on the front of their jersey or shorts/pants and on the back of their jerseys.

6 NFHS Points of Emphasis Concussion Management Concussion Management The contest official is to be cognizant of student-athletes who display signs, symptoms or behaviors of a concussion (see NFHS Suggested Guidelines for Management of Concussion) and immediately stop play for injury evaluation within the rules of the game. At that point, the contest official’s job is done. It is important to note that the responsibility of the contest official is limited to activities that occur on the field. Once the participant has been removed from a contest due to a suspected concussion, the coach, school and appropriate healthcare professional(s) assume full responsibility for that athlete’s further evaluation and safety. The contest official is to be cognizant of student-athletes who display signs, symptoms or behaviors of a concussion (see NFHS Suggested Guidelines for Management of Concussion) and immediately stop play for injury evaluation within the rules of the game. At that point, the contest official’s job is done. It is important to note that the responsibility of the contest official is limited to activities that occur on the field. Once the participant has been removed from a contest due to a suspected concussion, the coach, school and appropriate healthcare professional(s) assume full responsibility for that athlete’s further evaluation and safety.

7 FHSAA Soccer Official State Series Uniform Starting with the sport season, soccer officials will be required wear mandatory official uniforms during the state series, which runs from the start of the district tournament through the conclusion of the state championship game.

8 FHSAA Soccer Official State Series Uniform The FHSAA official uniform providers are Honigs Whistle Shop and Gerry Davis/Cliff Keen The FHSAA official uniform providers are Honigs Whistle Shop and Gerry Davis/Cliff Keen Honigs Whistle Shop: Details: FHSAA Shield embroidered on the chest pocket, FHSAA Acronym and USA Flag embroidered on the right and left sleeves, with Velcro on the inside of both chest pockets to keep the pockets closed. Cost: $44.95 Contact: Fred Collida, (800) Website: Sub=65 Sub=65 Gerry Davis/Cliff Keen: Details: Fully sublimated design; there is no embroidery or patches attached to the shirt. The FHSAA logo, FHSAA acronym and American Flag are dyed directly into fabric. Both pockets have a flap with Velcro on the inside to keep the pockets closed. Cost: $55.90 Contact: Customer Service, (800) Website: A A

9 FHSAA Soccer Card Accumulation System Pilot Program Pilot Program Need the assistance of two associations in collecting and accounting the number of cards teams in a given area receives during the sport season. Need the assistance of two associations in collecting and accounting the number of cards teams in a given area receives during the sport season. The association will record the number of cards issued per game, what type of card was issued per game (yellow/red/blue), which team received the card(s) per game, and the reason for the card issuance The association will record the number of cards issued per game, what type of card was issued per game (yellow/red/blue), which team received the card(s) per game, and the reason for the card issuance Objective Objective Identify potential problem areas Identify potential problem areas Reduce overly aggressive play over time Reduce overly aggressive play over time Reduce number of card issuance and ejects over time Reduce number of card issuance and ejects over time

10 New Soccer Officials Ranking System Starting with the sport season, an officials new ranking system will be in place for the sport of soccer. Starting with the sport season, an officials new ranking system will be in place for the sport of soccer. The new ranking system will use the following criteria when rating the officials: The new ranking system will use the following criteria when rating the officials: Evaluation Score40 Evaluation Score40 Test Results30 Test Results30 Previous Year’s Contest Officiated10(1/2 Credit for Varsity; ¼ Credit for Sub Varsity; Max at 10 points) Previous Year’s Contest Officiated10(1/2 Credit for Varsity; ¼ Credit for Sub Varsity; Max at 10 points) Field Clinic Attendance10(Once every 4 years) Field Clinic Attendance10(Once every 4 years) Training Sessions Attendance10(1 Points/Pre-approved Session Attendance; Max at 10) Training Sessions Attendance10(1 Points/Pre-approved Session Attendance; Max at 10) Years of Service (Bonus Points)10 (0-3=2;4-6=4;7-10=6;11-14=8;15+=10) Years of Service (Bonus Points)10 (0-3=2;4-6=4;7-10=6;11-14=8;15+=10)110

11 New Soccer Officials Ranking System Ranking Categories Ranking Categories Rank 1 and Rank 2 officials will be eligible for officiating state series games Rank 1 and Rank 2 officials will be eligible for officiating state series games Rank 3 officials will be ineligible for officiating state series games Rank 3 officials will be ineligible for officiating state series games Ranking Breakdown Ranking Breakdown Rank 1 = Rank 1 = Rank 2 = Rank 2 = Rank 3 = 69 – Below Rank 3 = 69 – Below

12 FHSAA Soccer Officials Evaluation Program Purpose Purpose Discover Excellence Discover Excellence Stimulate Improvement Stimulate Improvement Give Officials Accurate Data for Reflection Give Officials Accurate Data for Reflection Ascertain Weaknesses Ascertain Weaknesses Create an Additional Tool for Future Assignments Create an Additional Tool for Future Assignments Cornerstone of the New Officials Ranking System Cornerstone of the New Officials Ranking System Goal Goal To Improve Individual Officials To Improve Individual Officials To Rank Individual Officials by Their Ability To Rank Individual Officials by Their Ability To Promote Standardized Mechanics Through the Evaluation Process To Promote Standardized Mechanics Through the Evaluation Process

13 FHSAA Soccer Officials Evaluation Program Evaluation Form Evaluation Form Match Difficulty Match Difficulty Professionalism/Pre-Game Responsibilities Professionalism/Pre-Game Responsibilities Appearance/Fitness Appearance/Fitness Field Positioning Field Positioning Mechanics/Signals Mechanics/Signals Application of Rules/Consistency Application of Rules/Consistency Communication with Player/Coaches/Partners Communication with Player/Coaches/Partners Comment Section Comment Section Overall Crew Impressions Overall Crew Impressions Positive Feedback Positive Feedback Areas Needing Improvement Areas Needing Improvement Additional Comments Additional Comments

14 FHSAA Soccer Officials Evaluation Program Procedure Procedure To be eligible for the state series, each official must be evaluated at least once every two years To be eligible for the state series, each official must be evaluated at least once every two years The evaluation score received will be calculated into the ranking formula The evaluation score received will be calculated into the ranking formula If an official has multiple evaluations, the average score of the evaluations will be taken into the ranking formula If an official has multiple evaluations, the average score of the evaluations will be taken into the ranking formula Each official and/or association is responsible for contacting and scheduling the date/time of each evaluations with one of the FHSAA Certified Soccer Evaluators Each official and/or association is responsible for contacting and scheduling the date/time of each evaluations with one of the FHSAA Certified Soccer Evaluators Once an evaluation has concluded, the evaluator will provide a copy of the evaluation to the contest official, the official’s association, and the FHSAA Once an evaluation has concluded, the evaluator will provide a copy of the evaluation to the contest official, the official’s association, and the FHSAA The evaluations will be done at the expense of the association or the individual officials at a rate not exceeding $60 (including mileage) per crew The evaluations will be done at the expense of the association or the individual officials at a rate not exceeding $60 (including mileage) per crew

15 FHSAA Soccer Officials Evaluation Program NameSectionCity Phone Timothy Grant Merrill1Neptune Ralph Edward Guertin1Orange Robert Gil Goree Fleck2St. Petersburg John Bauman2Winter Lutfi (Lou) David Ermanno Rossi4Miami Melvin Weinbaum4Boynton John McGee4Southwest Here is the current list of the FHSAA Certified Soccer Evaluators Contact information for the FHSAA Certified Soccer Evaluators will be posted on the FHSAA Official’s page under the information box on the right side of the page.

16 Questions? Contact Information Contact Information Girls Soccer Girls Soccer Alex Ozuna Alex Ozuna (352) ext. 320 (352) ext. 320 Boys Soccer Boys Soccer Will Adams Will Adams (352) ext. 470 (352) ext. 470


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