Referee Evaluations


Referee List - May 2023

Teams that submit a referee evaluation within 14 days of the completion of their game will be awarded 2 bonus Fair Play points.


Referee Evaluations:

Why do we have them & why are they useful?

Referee Evaluations are a valuable tool for the league to gauge the performance of the referees during your games. 

At the end of each season, the Referee Management Operations Committee (RMOC) reviews the referee evaluations to help determine which referees should be promoted and which require mentoring. Written comments are extremely valuable as it helps determine what the referees' strengths and weaknesses are. 

Referee evaluation submissions are generally only reviewed at the end of the season. 

For any referee issue or complaint that requires immediate attention, please email Derek at

What is the Referee Management Operations Committee (RMOC)?

RMOC is an operational, joint panel of the Calgary soccer associations (CWSA, CMSA and CUSA)
The mandate of RMOC is to:
• Support the development of referees in Calgary
• Set game ratings and referee ratings for all referees assigned by the Calgary Referee Scheduler
• Set referee payment rates, subject to the approval of the Leagues, and facilitate remuneration of referees
• Schedule referees
• Establish, manage, and monitor the contacts of the Referee Scheduler and Referee Payments Coordinator
• Recommend to ASA appointments for the Referee Development Committee
• Recommend to ASA appointments for regional or national training


Fair Play Awards

The Team Fair Play Award is intended to foster the spirit of fair play, reduce disciplinary issues and to promote healthy competition that is not linked to the outcome of the game during an official CWSA league match. For each game, the assigned Referee will determine a fair play score for each team based on the sportsmanship exhibited with a maximum of 10 points. “The team” includes all players, coaches and team officials on the roster. This policy applies to all. AMSL teams are excluded from the Fair Play policy.


From the total awarded by the Referee, teams will lose:

  • 1 point for each yellow card
  • 2 points for each red card

Forfeiture of Fair Play Points

Teams will forfeit their Fair Play points for a game for any of the following reasons:

  • Game Forfeiture (Game played but caused a rule infraction. Ex: Ineligible guest player)
  • Game Default (Game not played)
  • Both teams agree not to play/replay a game

Merit Points

A team may earn additional points:

  • 2 points for the completion and on-line submission of a referee evaluation within 14 days of the game.

The Prize

  • At the end of the season, the top three teams with the best Fair Play scores within their division will be awarded a cash prize. The break down of the cash prize will be as follows:
    • 1st Place - 50% of prize pool
    • 2nd Place - 30% of prize pool
    • 3rd Place - 20% of prize pool
  • If two or more teams are tied in first place, they will share a combination of the first and second place prize of the total prize pool for their division if it is three or more teams.
  • If two or more teams are tied in second place, they will share a combination of the second and third place prize.
  • If two or more teams are tied in third place, they will share the third place prize.
  • Winnings will be credited to the team's account after the end of the season.
  • $50 per team will determine the prize pool for the Division.

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