Teams need to submit a correctly filled-in team sheet after each match via email. We use these to collect match results, referee marks, and so we can double-check the eligibility of players. The team sheet should be filled in and signed by the referee before the match starts.
Team Sheet Submission Procedure
- The deadline for submitting a team sheet is 10:30pm on the Tuesday following a match.
- Take a photo of your correctly completed team sheet and email it to email@example.com
- In the subject of the email, include the age group and the fixture, e.g. U11s - Home Team Name v Away Team Name.
- When taking the photo, make sure all the writing on the team sheet is clearly visible and in focus. Hold the camera steady and take it in good light. This will make sure the team sheet is not blurry and is clear for us to read.
- When emailing a photo of the team sheet, you may be asked what quality to email the photo at by your email client. 'Large' size or 'High' quality should be fine.
Note that you may not receive a response to confirm receipt of the email. If you send the email to the correct email address and your email is sent correctly, you can assume we have received it. You will then be able to show the league the proof of this in your 'Sent Items' folder in the unlikely event that any disputes arise.
Team Sheet Books / Print-Outs
Managers can buy a team sheet book from the clubhouse for £6, or a blank team sheet print-out is also available from the Clubhouse office too.
Team Sheet Rules
Here is a reminder about the league rules about Team Sheets (Rule 10 - N, O & P):
N. Before the commencement of the match, each manager is to fully complete a team sheet and have the sheet signed by the referee. The team sheet must contain:
- Forename and Surname of all players
- Manager’s signature
- Date of match
- The Referee's signature
- Referee Marks
O. At the end of the game, the manager is to take a copy of their team sheet and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 10:30pm on the Tuesday, post-match.
P. Failure to carry out this procedure shall result in a fine of £15 for the first offence and £25 for offences thereafter.