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Match Officials

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Please check back frequently to see if there have been scheduling revisions and/or game revisions.  If you require schedule changes, contact with at least 24 hours notice please!

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Ontario Soccer Match Officials Webinars

In preparation for the 2021 Season Ontario Soccer is hosting webinars for Match Officials for Tuesdays at 7 pm in February and March.  The webinars are for Match Officials who were registered in 2020 and can be accessed using the below link.  The sessions that are presented will provide Match Officials with practical information on managing games, communicating with team officials/players and updates on revisions to the Laws of the Game.  Register early as each session has a limit of 250 participants.

One Call, Four Angles: The Importance of Perspective While Officiating

- Panel Discussion 2020 Ontario Soccer Summit

"In this match official panel, how the game is played and the decision making process come into play from different perspectives thanks to guests Scott Bowman (Canadian Premier League Match Officials), Caroline Szwed (Sportsnet host and former player) and Anthony Capotosto (Toronto FC Academy Director and Coach).  The three panel members, with questions from the audience, have an open discussion regarding the view of decision making from the eyes of a Match Official, Player and Coach.  Learn how players, coaches and match officials can communicate with one another to help make each game a better one for all."

  • U7/U8 and U9/U10 rules for goal kicks and kick ins: On a goal kick, the defending team must remain behind centre until the ball has been touched a second time from the keeper's goal kick. In other words, it must be passed in and touched before the defending team can cross over centre. On kick-ins, players must remain a distance of 6 yards away.

Page Updated on: February 24, 2021