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Lineup Cards: How To Use Them (National Format)

National format lineup cards are often used during tournaments, inter-region play, and extra or select play. There is a pdf template for filling in the front page of the lineup cards which you then print on cardstock which has the back page preprinted on it. 

National Format

COACH:
Before the game:
  • Fill in region, age group, team number and game date.
  • Fill in your team name and opponent name.
  • Fill in your entire roster, ordered by jersey number.
  • Write "sick" or "absent" next to player's name if they are not in attendance.

REFEREE:
During the game:
  • Use tally marks to records goals scored by each player. Use one column for each game half
  • Record who is playing keeper with a "G"
  • Record substitutes ie those not playing with an "X"

REFEREE:
After the game:
  • Write final score, winning team and losing team
  • Sign the reverse side
COACH:
Before the game:
  • Fill in game date and time.
  • Fill in your team name and colors and opponent name and colors.

REFEREE:
During the game:
  • Record the halftime score and who is winning
  • Record any cautions or send offs

REFEREE:
After the game:
  • Record the playing conditions
  • Write final score, winning team
  • Print your name (each referee)
  • Sign your name (each referee)
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