To login and report your ODSL matches click HERE
You may want to print the instructions below before proceeding if you are new to the process.
Step 1 You must login with the email address that you were registered with by your assignor. When your assignor registered you the system should have sent you a PIN which you will also need for login . If you have forgotten your PIN follow the link provided at the bottom of the login box on the next page to retrieve your PIN.
If you need to change your contact information or view the matches you have been assigned, you need to go back to the section for referees and chose the link titled " View your assignments or change information".
Step 2 Before each match, the home coach or manager should have written the game number onto the ODSL Match Report as well as other information about the match before giving you the card. Enter this number and proceed to step 3. However, if you don’t know your game number and it was not filled out on the card or you can’t find it on our website, then you can find the number according to the field on which the game took place using the procedure below.
A) On your screen, in the area for fields, click the first letter of the field name. Note that some fields go by different names, so if you don’t see it right away you may have to try different letters.
B) Once you find your field click on the name, and a list of all games that have been played on the field will appear by date. Click on the number for the appropriate game.
Step 3 The next screen shows all the information about the game such as division, team names, date, time, and field. Confirm it is the right game (click "YES -Continue"), or choose the link to try another game number ("NO -Try another Game").
Step 4 The next screen lists the three referee positions - It is most likely that your assignor has pre-entered this information. If not, choose the right person for each job from the dropdown list, or if the referee doesn’t exsist in the drop down menu, use the "write-in" box below the drop-down menu. Note that if the fields are blank, the referee who has logged on will automatically show up in the “Center Referee” field. Once completed, click the “Save and Continue” button at the bottom of the page.
Step 5 The next screen is used to list yellow and/or red cards for players or coaches for the home team. If you click on the arrow, a “drop down” menu will appear with the code. Click on the appropriate code (the description of the codes will be at the bottom of the screen).
All teams have been required to populate this page with their roster of names and jersey numbers. Once completed, click the “Save and Continue” button at the bottom of the page. If there are no yellow or red cards, leave the screen blank, and simply click the “Save and Continue” button at the bottom of the page.
Step 6 The next screen is the same, for the away team. Once completed, click the “Save and Continue” button at the bottom of the page.
Step 7 In the next screen, you will complete the “game report”, fill in the final goals scored, and the sporting behavior ratings* (see below). The game report narrative is the large open “box” on the screen where you can type in field conditions, ejections, injuries, or whatever you feel is important to report (if anything). If the game isnot played or the match was not played until at least halftime, click the box noting that the game was not played or is incomplete. For these games, there will be no sporting scores reported and you don’t need to enter score. Enter the reasons the game was not played or not completed in the comments box. Note: A forfeit match is different than a match that you abandoned for rain or other reasons. Once completed, click the “Save and Continue” button at the bottom of the page. * Note: you will not be able to proceed to the next step unless all game scores (half-time and final) and sporting scores have been entered (all 6 sporting boxes) OR you click the forfeit box because the game was forfeited.
*The sporting scores are available to you to rate the coaches, parents and players on sportsmanship.The ratings available are 0=unacceptable, 1=poor, 2=average, 3=good,4=excellent. You should assume that every team arrives at the field as a 2 (average). They then do things to earn their rating of good or excellent, or they do things to earn their rating of poor or unacceptable.
Step 8 The report is now complete and a summary of what you entered will show up on the next screen. Please review your work, and if any edits are needed, use the appropriate link, not the back button, to revise your entry. The edit features will appear just under the red icons near the top of the form for the score and referee names, and at the bottom for the yellow and red cards for the home and away teams (these buttons are green in color).
Step 9 After clicking “Done – Submit Report” (the grey button located at the bottom of the page), you will get a confirmation screen saying that you have successfully entered the game. You will then be given a choice to either enter another referee game report or log out.