Capital Football is pleased to announce the official list of Referees who will officiate in the 2022/23 Capital Futsal Leagues competitions kicking off this week.
Capital Football has selected ten referees to officiate the CFL Men’s and Women’s competitions, with their selection a testament to their performance as a Futsal Referee.
The Capital Futsal League will be the only Futsal competition in Australia where the implementation of ‘stopclock’ will be applied throughout the whole Match. This will be the first time that Capital Football appoints a Timekeeper to a Capital Futsal Match, who is primarily responsible for stopping the clock when the ball is out of play and restarting the clock after play has correctly resumed.
In addition to their performance as a referee on the pitch, they have a responsibility in leading and maintaining the professional standards, culture, ethics and leadership that underpin the successful delivery of professional refereeing in the ACT and Capital region.
Capital Football would like to thank Richard McGuiness (NSW Futsal Referees Association), FIFA Futsal Referees Andrew Best and Jonathan Moore, and FIFA Futsal Referee Instructor Adrian Tamplin for their assistance in the delivery of Futsal Referee education sessions in the lead up to the 2022/23 season.
Nicholas Jordan has the honour of Referee for the inaugural CFL Women’s Match alongside Hyunwoo Jeon (Referee 2), Gareth Biggs (Referee 3) and Jackson Tippett (Timekeeper). Meanwhile Gareth Biggs takes control of the CFL Men’s Match with Jackson Tippett (Referee 2), Nicholas Jordan (Referee 3), and Hyunwoo Jeon (Timekeeper).
2022/23 CFL Referees
- Declan Woods
- Gareth Biggs
- Hyunwoo Jeon
- Jackson Tippett
- Jakob Rathouski
- Jordan King
- Karla Martin
- Nicholas Jordan
- Scott Boon
- Thomas Gellatly