All Cautions, Sending-Offs and other Misconduct must be
reported by the Referee using the Whole Game web site. If you are not a
league appointed Referee you must also report all bookings. You do this by
reporting all such bookings to the appropriate County F.A.
to which the offending club(s) is affiliated, a copy of the report to be
sent to the League Secretary: - email@example.com
REFEREE REPORTS: -
The county's preferred way is through the whole game system; but you can
still submit your report directly to the relevant County. The accepted
timescale for sending your reports is within two days of the match (Sundays
not included). Reports should be BRIEF and TO THE POINT, relating ONLY to
the incident in question
The below is a link to the whole game system log in page.
The London and Kent County details are listed below: -
LONDON FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION LTD KENT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION LTD
Tele: 020 7610 8360 Tele: 01622 791 850
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail: email@example.com
Web Site: http://www.londonfa.com Web Site: http://www.kentfa.com
London County Referee Development Officers: -
Tele: 0207 610 8360 - e-mail: Refereeing@londonfa.com
Kent County Referee Development Officer: -
Tele: - 01622 791 850 - e-mail: - firstname.lastname@example.org
Referee Payment: -
Match Officials will be paid their fees and/or expenses by the home Club
before the Competition Match, unless otherwise ordered by the Management
Committee. Failure to comply with this Rule will result in a fine in
accordance with the Fines Tariff.
(i) Subject to any limits/provisions laid down by the sanctioning
Association, Match Officials appointed by the League Referee Secretary
under this Rule shall be paid a match fee as follows: -
(Mini-Soccer Referee) Under 7 & Under 8 - £10.00 per match.
(Mini-Soccer Referee) – Under 9 & Under 10 £20.00 per match
Transitional Football (9v9) Referee - £30.00 per match.
Transitional Football (9v9) Assistant Referee - £28.00 per match.
Youth Football Referee (under 13 to 14) - £35.00 per match.
Youth Football Assistant Referee (under 13 to 14) - £30.00 per match.
Youth Football Referee (under 15 to 16) - £40.00 per match.
Youth Football Assistant Referee (under 15 to 16) - £33.00 per match.
Youth Football (U17 to U21’s Referee - £45.00 per match
Youth Football Assistant Referee (U17 to U21’s Assistant Referee - £35.00
and Shield Matches
the Referee Fee shall be paid by the Home Team . For League Games and Shield Matches Assistant Referees
Fees shall be shared between both teams but
the responsibility for actual payment to the officials concerned will
reside with the Home Club.
League Cup Matches
the Referee Fee shall be paid by Away Club; Assistant Referees Fees shall be shared between both Teams but the
responsibility for actual payment to the officials concerned will reside
with the Home Club.
Match fees must be paid to the appointed match officials prior to the
commencement of the game
In the event of a match not being played because of circumstances over
which the Clubs have no control, the Match Officials, if present, shall
be entitled to expenses only.
Where a match is not played owing to one Club being in default, that
Club shall be ordered to pay the Match Officials if the Match Officials
are in attendance. They are entitled to their full fee.
The responsibility for actual payment to the officials concerned will
reside with the Home Club. Failure to comply will result in a
fine of up to £25.00.
Requests for re-imbursement for the Referee fee from the away team must
be detailed on the SelKent F1 submitted under Rule 20E (iiA)
A referee not keeping his or her engagement and failing to give a
satisfactory explanation as to their non-appearance, may be reported to
the Association with which he or she is registered.
Each Club shall, in a manner prescribed from time to time by The FA,
award marks to the referee for each match and the name of the referee
and the marks awarded shall be submitted to the Competition on the
prescribed form provided (match card).
Clubs failing to comply with this Rule shall be liable to be fined (in
accordance with the Fines Tariff) or dealt with as the Management
Committee shall determine.
Where a Club marks a Referee 60 or under a letter of explanation must
be sent to the League Secretary within 7 days of the match. Failure to
do so will result in a fine.
SIN BIN (Temporary Dismissals)
From the 2019-20 season, temporary dismissals also known as 'sin bins' will
be introduced across all levels of grassroots football. Players dissent
will result in 8/10-minute temporary dismissals (dependent on the duration
of the match) from the pitch.
The mandatory rule change will be implemented up to Step 5 of the National
League System and Tier 3 and below in women's football. Sin bins of 8/10
minutes will be issued at the discretion of referees as punishment for
dissent, and will apply to all levels of grassroots football, including
youth, veterans, and disability.
The FA have updated their website with some really useful information
regarding sin bins and the match day process which will need to be
followed. Please find the link to their webpage below. This link provides
you with access to Sin Bin FAQ’s, videos and infographics which will help
players, clubs officials and referees to understand the process in more
The link below also takes you to an online guide to Sin Bins. Whether you
are a player, club official or a match official, we hope that you find this
Please note that sin bin training is mandatory for your league, clubs and
referee’s this season. For those who have not yet held a training meeting
including the attendance by London FA, please do get in touch at the
earliest opportunity. We will not be able to sanction your league without
this training requirement having been met.
REFEREE LEAGUE MEETING
Referees Registered to the SelKent League are expected to attend the
seasonal Referee Meeting. This is because we believe it is important
that the Team Manager and Match Official are both aware of the SelKent
League Match Procedures.
MATCH OFFICIALS RESPECT CODE OF CONDUCT
We all have a responsibility to promote a high standard of behaviour in the
The behaviour of the match officials has an impact, directly and
indirectly, on the conduct of everyone involved in the game – both on the
pitch and on the side-line.
A Referee will play their part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct
of match officials at all times we expect your club to do the same!