Last Updated: Apr 25th, 2013
|Regional (Level 2)||District (Level 3)||Local (U16)|
|Nick Rivet**||Carlos Philipovsky* (March 17, 2012)||Cameron Robb|
|Ryan Fequet***||Mustafa Saraikaya* (April 20, 2013)||Benjamin Grimes (April 20, 2013)|
|Steve Hatch** (April 20, 2013)||Santos Taskov* (April 20, 2013)||Chidiebube Duru (April 20, 2013)|
|Terry Brookes**||Jaime del Val (April 20, 2013)||Jesper Sorensen (April 20, 2013)|
|Walters Tubua**||Jesse McNiven (April 20, 2013)||Viktor Hugo Antolin (April 20, 2013)|
|Alex Godfrey||Krista Chin|
|Euan MacLean (April 20, 2013)||Jen Potten|
|Heather Durkee||Kim Alger|
|Doug Yokoyama (April 20, 2013)|
|Grant Pryznyk (April 20, 2013)|
|Philip Duguay (April 20, 2013)|
|John Joyce (March 17, 2012)|
|Mackenzie Hotte-Joyce (March 17, 2012)|
*District Level Assessor **District Level Assessor & Instructor ***Provincial Level Assessor & Instructor
The NWT Soccer Association has developed this document for the purposes of ensuring players, coaches, and officials are all familiar with and educated on a single set of rules governing indoor soccer within the NWT. These Laws will apply to Member Leagues and sanctioned tournaments within the NWT as of March 31st, 2013. We would like to ensure this document reflects soccer in the NWT so please provide any comments or feedback to our Head of Referees, Mr. Nick Rivet.
In an effort to continue developing our northern referees, the NWTSA requires that all certified assessors must complete a total of four (4) assessments within a calendar year to maintain their accrediation. Aseessors will be paid $25.00 per assessment.and must submit these to Lyric at the Sport North office. Instructors must conduct a course jointly with another instructor to become active, then they are eligible to offer courses. Instructor must offer at least once in a two-year time period to maintain their accreditation and will be compensated for their services.
July 12, 2012
At its meeting on 5-July, 2012, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) “:agreed to unanimously approve – temporarily during a trial period – the wearing of headscarves. The design, colour and material permitted will be defined and confirmed following the IFAB Annual Business Meeting in Glasgow in October.” This ruling came into effect immediately following the meeting.
The CSA requires that this be upheld. While this directive allows for the wearing of headscarves, until such time as the IFAB issues any further instructions Referees are still reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure that the headscarf is safe and does not pose a danger to the wearer as well as other participants. “Equipment other than the basic equipment must be inspected by the Referee and determined not to be dangerous”, according to Law 4 of the Laws of the Game, page 67.
Further instructions will be communicated following the IFAB’s annual business meeting in October.
|Law 1 - The Field of Play||Law 8 - The Start & Restart of Play||Law 14 - Penalty Kick|
|Law 2 - The Ball||Law 9 - The Ball in & Out of Play||Law 15 - The Throw-in|
|Law 3 - The Number of Players||Law 10 - Method of Scoring||Law 16 - The Goal Kick|
|Law 4 - The Player's Equipment||Law 11 - Offside||Law 17 - The Corner Kick|
|Law 5 - The Referee||Law 12.1 - Fouls||Disciplinary Matters|
|Law 6 - The Assistant Referee||Law 12.2 - Misconduct||Planning for the Match|
|Law 7 - The Duration of the Match||Law 13 - Free Kicks||Tactical Preparation|
Please be advised that the following links have been provided by FIFA and that it is the responsible of each referee to ensure the content they are viewing is the most current. Please contact Lyric Sandhals if you believe content on this page may not be up to date.
The CSA Referees Committee will be hosting a centralized course for referees seeking promotion to Provincial/Territorial Referee May 18-21, 2012 in Vaughan, ON. If you are interested in the Promotion to Provincial/Territorial Referee please let me know by Friday February 24, 2012 so we can meet all the necessary requirements/deadlines.
The criteria for attendance at the in-service training, which must be met by no later than May 1, 2012 are as follows:
FIFA Fitness Test (National Referee Standard)
If we have interested candidates for this promotion process the NWTSA will coordinate fitness testing prior to the May deadline
The financial arrangements for the course will be as follows:
Northwest Territories Soccer Association - http://www.nwtkicks.ca