Interested in Becoming a Soccer Official?
Contact Bill Cleary @:
- BILLMARTHACLEARY@gmail.com (please cc: email@example.com )
- (516) 579-9323
Classes to begin in August 2019, Tentative Dates - 8/5, 8/7, 8/12, 8/14, 8/19 & 8/21
Location - Nassau BOCES, Conference Room 1D, 71 Clinton Rd, Garden City, NY 11530
2019 Meeting Dates Announced
Monday, August 26th - Interpretation Meeting - MANDATORY
Tuesday, September 5th - Second Interpretation Meeting - Optional
Monday, September 23rd - Modified/Playoff Meeting - MANDATORY
Monday, October 7th - Elections/Mechanics Meeting - MANDATORY
DINNER - Wednesday, Nov. 13th @ 7pm @ Patrizia's, 4913 Merrick Rd., Massapequa Park 11762
Stephen Padaetz - Referee of the Year
Marty Mangialardi - New Official of the Year/Joe Podair Award
Matt Sether - Coaches Referee of the Year
Procedure for restarts after an injury are as follows:
1) Team with possession of the ball when play is stopped starts play with an indirect free kick. Unless the ball went out of play then we start with the correct restart.
2) If the GK has the ball when there is a stoppage for an injury, the correct restart is indirect free kick for that keepers team, where the keeper possessed the ball. We do not drop the ball for the keeper to pick up nor give the keeper the ball to punt or throw.
3) If there is no clear possession after a stoppage for an injury, then it’s a drop ball between 2 players (one from each team). IN HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER WE DO NOT DROP THE BALL TO ONE PLAYER AND HAVE HIM KICK IT BACK TO THE OTHER TEAM. If a team wants to give the ball to the other team you must have 2 players present (one from each team) at the time of the drop ball.
Nassau County Soccer Officials Association