Misconduct and Incident Reporting information 2016
- Match Report and Incident Reporting booklet for referees
All referees, including Club Based Referees (CBR), are required after issuing a yellow card (caution) or red card (sending off) to complete a misconduct report – see resources below.
The New Zealand Football Disciplinary Code requires all misconduct offences to be reported by the allocation of a reporting code (alphabetical and numerical).
Please refer to the Misconduct Reporting Booklet 2017 for guidance.
All other match incidents including but not limited to ground reports, abandoned games and second red card offences, but not yellow or red card offences (except codes R4 and R10-R15) are to be reported by way of a match report – see resources below.
All reports are to be submitted to the Auckland Football Federation by email to Reports@aucklandfootball.org.nz
- NZF Referee Development Schedule 2017
- AFF Referee Appointments Cards 2017
- NZF Match Report – Caution and Send Off
- NZF Match Report
- NZF Code of Ethics
- AFF Referee Code of Ethics
- NZF Referee Pathway 2017
- NZ Football Referee Assessor Pathway 2017
- IFAB Laws of the Game
- IFAB Law Changes 2016-2017 (2016-17 summary of changes)
- IFAB Additional Guidance on Law 11 – Offside – Offside (from January 2016)
- Amendments to the Laws of the Game 2016-2017
- Futsal Laws of the Game Changes – (from July 2014)
Auckland Secondary Schools Football Association competition rules
- ASSFA Constitution (Updated November 2016)
Auckland Sunday Football Association playing regulations