Referee Score Reporting

In order to meet publication deadlines it is essential that all FVSL scores be reported as soon as your game is completed to the FVSL telephone line at 778-355-FVSL (3875)

  1. Identify yourself
  2. The division of match being reported
  3. The HOME team score
  4. The VISITING team score
  5. Total number of RED & YELLOW cards
  6. All scorers are reported in Match Reports

There may be occasions when you have additional information to report - ie: abandonment, unplayable pitch, etc.


Referees are instructed to submit a properly completed MATCH report for every game officiated in the Fraser Valley Soccer League. (This includes exhibition games) This along with all other reports & permits must be forwarded within twenty-four (24) hours of the match to the FVSL Executive Director.


SCAN and e-mail to referees@fraservalleysoccer.com 

Match & Misconduct reports can be completed using the online reporting system on the left sidebar.

Referee's Match Correspondence

Referees, please take note:

  • A match report is required for each game.
  • All Caution and Send off offences must be reported.
  • Youth and Single Game Permits are part of your Match Correspondence.

Reporting of Misconduct.

  • A player can only be cautioned once in a given game. He may commit a second cautionable offence but this is in fact reported as a Red card. The report should state 1 Red card.
  • When you complete the appropriate misconduct forms, please ensure that each Red card offence is reported on a single form.
  • When writing up your cautions, please include each team's cautions on a separate report.
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