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Items To Bring
  1. Official Game Sheet - Print it from the website. Instructions are to your right.
  2. Player Cards - Must have a valid, registrar signed player card for each player on your team. If, and only if, the player is new, you can bring a government id to check the player in if you haven't received a player card for the player yet.
After The Match

Don't forget to verify and sign the match report after the game. Verify the following information:

  • Final score
  • Who scored the goals
  • Who cards were issued to
  • Any injuries?

It's also a good idea to take a photo of the completed match report when you sign it.

How To Print A Game Sheet

Each Manager is required to bring a game sheet to every game and present it to the referee. If you do not bring a game sheet, your game will be forfeit in favor of the opponent. The new game sheets only have your team on them, so there is no longer the backup of using the other team's game sheet.


  1. The manager must log in to Team Connect (Member Login in the upper right, then click on Team Connect)
  2. In the left column, click on Schedule
  3. There is a calendar view and a list view. In either view, click on your game, a window should pop up with the game details.
    • If there is no link, you are trying to print before the roster is available. They are only available 2 days before the game.
  4. At the top of that window, there should be a link to Game Day Roster.
    • You can select the players that are playing today, or you can select all. The safest thing to do is Select All
    • Click Create Game Day Roster
  5. The first time you look at your roster, you will see the Game Day Roster builder next.
  6. If you have already built your Game Day Roster, but you want to go back and edit who is on the roster for this week, click Edit Game Day Roster and follow step 5 above.
  7. If you are missing players, click Edit Game Day Roster and see if they are unchecked. Newly added players won't be checked by default.
  8. Print it out and bring it to the field to give to the referee

Verify your roster before you print it out. No write in players are allowed. (Your Game Day Roster format may vary slightly from the example below)

Manager Check List

Pre-Match Check List

  • Check the schedule on the web site as the schedule may change.
  • Email or telephone the opposing team captain and confirm the field, time, and team colors.
  • If there is a conflict in colors, the home team must change.
  • Verify that each player jersey has a number.
  • Contact your team about the match time. Your team must appear at least 20 minutes before the match time to check in with the referee.
  • Print out a match report Sunday morning to assure the most current roster and match information is available.
  • Player jersey numbers must be recorded on the match report - if you have assigned jersey numbers to your players, record them on your roster - they will print on the game sheet and will save time.
  • Have your player cards available and in the same order as your printed game sheet.

Match Day Check List

  • If you are signed up with Rained Out, you will get a text by 11am Sunday morning with field status
    • If the message states that a field is open as of 11:00am on game day, then your team must go to the field.
    • If you are not signed up with Rained Out, the message will also post to:
      • Facebook -
      • Twitter - @Torso_Soccer
    • The service may be updated sooner than 11:00am but 11:00am is the official posting time.
  • Please arrive at least 20 minutes before match time.
  • Present your player cards and match report to the referee.
  • If there is a uniform color conflict, the home team must change colors.
  • If a player is becoming agitated, be proactive and substitute the player at the next opportunity or move the player to another area of the pitch to avoid chances of conflict.
  • Only the team captain for that match should speak to the referee.
  • No comments should be directed at the assistant referees - address all issues with the referee.
  • We are guests at the fields and we encourage our families to come and watch our matches.
    - No profanity.
    - No litter - please pick up your trash.
    - Be respectful to any field official.
    - Be respectful to any peace officer.
    - If the field official or peace officer asks you to leave, please leave without comment or incident - please contact any TORSO board member about any episode or notable encounter with these officials.
    - Read and follow the rules of each field venue.
  • Check the match results with the referee on match report and initial the report - you are free to take a photo of the match report so you have a record of the report for your files.
  • Be sure you or the referee records notable injuries on the match report.