GLSA Score Sheet Rules
Rules apply to U-9 and above age groups (boys and girls).
coach will present a completed GLSA Score Sheet to the referee or linesman
before each game. Only Official GLSA Score Sheets will be accepted.
Do not use old tournament score
sheets. Score sheets must include age group, home team, visiting team,
team name, jersey color, coach and asst. coach names, complete names of players
with their jersey number, date, time of game, and field game to be played on.
the end of the game, each coach must get his team score sheet from the referee
or linesman. BOTH COACHES must
deposit their score sheet after each game in one of the locked score sheet boxes
located near the concession stands.
that play out-of-town teams or competitive teams as part of their schedule, the
GLSA coach will turn in a score sheet. Club teams and out-of-town teams are
required to use the GLSA Score Sheets, in case of cards, and deposit them after
will be awarded as follows:
points for a win
1 point per goal scored in the game with a max. of 3
points for a tie
1 point for a shutout (not allowing opponent to score)
points for a loss
a forfeit will be scored as a 3-0 win
score sheets can be found on the website and at the fields in tubes at the score
Score sheets and card write-ups will be collected on late Saturday
afternoons and late Sunday afternoons. Scores and standings will be posted by
Wednesday on our website www.longviewsoccer.com
and at Lear on the score sheet boxes on Friday.
teams playing an out-of-town team that is on the GLSA schedule will be given six
(6) points for the game, win or lose, and it will be scored as a 3-3 tie, except
U16 and U19 age divisions. They must show up, play the game, and turn in their
score sheet in order to receive the points. Six (6) points will be awarded each
team when they play games that do not count in league standings and the game
will be scored as 3-3 tie. If teams play each other twice, then the first
game is a non-league game. This includes out-of-town teams.
sheets may be dropped off at the GLSA office, faxed to the GLSA office at
903-759-2006, or deposited in the locked score sheet boxes.
coach will have six (6) days to turn in late score sheets. One point will be
deducted from the teamís point total after that time. Another point will then
be deducted every week until the score sheet is turned in.
sheets must be filled out completely before they are given to the referee or
linesman. One point will be deducted from the teamís point total for every
section not filled out completely.