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Lakeshore Soccer Club’s referees are dedicated to serve all ages of soccer at the local and competitive levels. Experienced staff trains the referees in the Laws of the Game and the methods of officiating a soccer match.
Lakeshore referees work closely with coaches and players to make the game more enjoyable to play. Player safety and control of a game are two of the most important goals that a referee should be concerned with. Each match will be assigned one referee who may be aided by two assistant referees and in some cases a fourth official. The crew of referees shall always work in a professional manner that exhibits respect for the sport. The decisions of the referee should not be challenged as they follow by the Laws of the Game.
It comes down to self confidence and trusting yourself.Pierluigi Collina
Lakeshore refereeing is always looking to expand. Applicants looking to officiate soccer will need to fill out the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/9jVn0MSzR1uTmC3C2, as well as send a their CV and Cover Letter in PDF format (Last name, First Name) to firstname.lastname@example.org. From there, the candidates will be contacted for an interview to determine whether or not they meet the qualifications to begin training as a Lakeshore referee. Training includes 14 hours of theoretical training, 2 hours of practical training, and 2 hours of exhibition training totalling 18 hours over a two weekend period. Applicants should treat refereeing as a "real" job as it requires discipline, confidence, independence, and determination. Applicants must be 15 years and older by January 1 (for the upcoming season).
LETTRE MISE EN APPLICATION PROTOCOLE MELS
CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL (LAW)
All teams must have someone designated to assure that the protocol is strictly followed if a players suffers a concussion during a game or practice. This designated person can be a coach, the manager or a specific parent. This is applicable for all our teams and programs.
LAWS OF THE GAME
LAW 4 - PLAYER EQUIPMENT (FRENCH ONLY)
LAW 11 - OFFSIDE
NEW LOOK, LA LUNETTERIE DU SOCCER QUÉBÉCOIS
MEMORY AID (LSC + RECREATIONAL)
MEMORY AID (LSL)
AA-A YOUTH LEAGUE RULES
YOUTH LEAGUE RULE CHANGES
RETREAT LINE (U9-U10)
YLL COMPETITION RULES
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