We've reformatted and updated the ASL Referee Procedures

August 2017 Update

Welcome to our newly formatted ASL Referee Procedures.  We’ve streamlined several sections and instead of one long document have broken into various subjects with links on the side.  If you’re new to officiating in ASL, this is the center for learning how to get scheduled for games, what to do at your game to comply with the league rules, how to submit your game reports, and how we get you paid. 

If his is your first season in ASL, please read each section carefully and let us know if you have any questions.  The best way to get your questions answered is by email to aslsoc@swcp.com.

A reminder from the spring and summer season, we are no longer having you cut corners on passcards for cautions.  The league is keeping track of penalty points and accumulated cautions based on you filing you game reports in a timely manner.  We will advise the teams and Bill and Jack of player suspensions for cautions and those players should not even attempt to enter the game.   If they do, include it in your referee report and we'll call them in for counseling.

We are no longer doing fall and spring registration, so the passcards will only have a Fall 17 and a Spring 18 sticker on the front of the card to validate them.  There is still a team validation label on the back of the passcard with the team name you should check.


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