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Send-Off Report Form

Referees who send off a player in a match must submit an accompanying electronic send off report. It is not sufficient to simply mark that a player was sent off in a match on the match card.

Referees who have marked that a player was sent off in a match on the match card will be followed up and requested to submit an accompanying electronic send off report.

Click on the link below to submit a send-off report that occurred in any Senior State League, NPL or Futsal competitions:

Click on the link below to submit a send-off report that occurred in any Junior League competition.

Click on the link below to submit a send-off report that occurred in any Futsal competition.

Incident Report Form

Referees who witness any misconduct from a player who has already been sent off in a match must, in addition to submitting an electronic send off report, also submit an electronic citation report concerning that misconduct.

Referees must submit an incident report if a match is abandoned because of insufficient players, extreme weather, excessive delays or broken goal posts or crossbars that cannot be fixed.

Referees may also submit an incident report to report poor field markings, team forfeits, unmet team duties or any other incident related to the match but not related to individual misconduct (in relation to the Laws of the Game).

Click on the link below to submit an incident report that occurred in any Senior State League, NPL or Futsal competitions:

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