Contact Information
OFFICE HOURS
Monday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
The Office Closes at 2:00pm on Business Days Before a Long Weekend

Calgary Indoor Co-Ed Rec Soccer
Suite 183
4000 Glenmore Court SE
Calgary AB Canada
T2C 5R8

Phone: (403) 270-0363
Email:
info@calgarycoedsoccer.com

All Funds are processed in Canadian Dollars

 
Discipline Code

YELLOW and RED CARDS


Please note: Only those cards on game sheets received in the COED office will be shown. Remember, there can be a delay between when your game was played and when the game sheets are received.

Players and teams are solely responsible for tracking all cards throughout the season. The player statistics shown on the website for carded players is inteded to assist only. All game sheets for a team must be reviewed to determine the total number of cards for any player.

Upon receiving a third yellow card, that player must sit out their next immediate game or receive further disipline. After 6 yellows, a player must sit out 2 games and has a $30.00 fine.

Players and teams may view player statistics by looking at their team's Schedules and Standings.

Click here to view the Carded Players Database

DISCIPLINE PROCESS


Discipline cases can come from a number of sources:

1) Misconduct reports (written by the official for any red carded player).

2) Game Sheets (i.e. no official identified, team did not arrive for game, no assistant referee supplied).

3) Incident reports (usually from the official, i.e. fight after the game, game abandonment).

Some discipline actions are handled administratively such as 2nd cautions, denying goal scoring opportunities, and failure to field a team or maintain enough players. Other discipline actions go directly to the Discipline Committee for their consideration.

Generally, players have the option of attending ahearing; however, occasionally players or teams are required to attend. In the case of a game abandonment, both teams are required to attend regardless of the circumstances of the abandonment.

When misconduct reports are received in the COED office, the player and team official are advised, and provided with either an immediate outcome, or the next hearing date, a copy of their misconduct report and further instructions. For those who decide to attend a Discipline Hearing, the process of a hearing can be seen here.

It is still the responsibility of players to contact the COED office for information after they have received a red card. The Discipline Code can be found under the Documents tab.

QUESTIONS ABOUT DISCIPLINE?

Contact:

Ric Blackwell

Discipline and Program Coordination

admin@cusa.ab.ca or 403.648.0860