Game (Match) Reports  include both the Referee Report and the Supplemental Report and must be submitted for three circumstances:

1. RED Cards and coach dismissals
2. Serious injuries (Broken bones, concussions)
3. Any unusual circumstances that impacts the completion of a match (weather, field conditions, safety issues)

Click here for the Referee Report
Click here for the Supplemental Referee Report

Procedure for submitting the Match Reports:

Youth Matches – the reports must be submitted within 24 hours of the end of the match and the report emailed to:
The State Referee Administrator (SRA) – KAyers@gocitywide.com
The Area Referee Administrator (ARA – click here for the list of ARAs
The South Carolina Youth Soccer Association (League Administrator) – scysa@scysa.org
The South Carolina Youth Soccer Association (Rules & Discipline) – scysa.rules@gmail.com
The State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA) – (position currently open)
The League Assignor – click here for the list of Assignors

Adult Matches – the reports must be completed within 48 hours of the end of the match and the reports mailed to:
The State Referee Administrator (SRA) – KAyers@gocitywide.com
The Area Referee Administrator (ARA) – click here for the list of ARAs
The State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA) – (position currently open)
The League Assignor – click here for the list of Assignors

Report Writing – Only the current USSF forms shall be used. Both reports must be completed detailing the reasons for misconduct, injury or unusual incident. Only report the facts. Consult with your ARs to verify all information prior to departing the match and record their contact information. Tine is of the essence, especially in youth matches. If you have any questions about what to do or how, contact you ARA.

Be sure you check the league or tournament requirements for the game because some leagues or tournaments may have additional reporting requirements.