BISFed International Referees


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2019 BISFed International Referees Procedure Manual

International Referees Code of Conduct Form

BISFed Head Referee Observation Sheet

BISFed Red & Yellow Card Log

BISFed Yellow Cards in the Call Room Log

Failed Balls at Equipment Check Form

Role of the Timer & Score Keeper

BISFed Equipment and Ball Check Procedures

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Role Description: BISFed Referee

Equipment checklist

Head Referee Checklist

Referees are responsible for officiating the game fairly and in accordance with the BISFed Competition Rules

The role of the referee is vital in ensuring accurate results. Their duties start at equipment control prior to competition and end on court ensuring that players abide by the rules and the final scores are reported accurately.

Referees are supported by time keepers and line judges and overseen by Head Referees at all BISFed sanctioned events. Within the referee teams at these events are National Referees. In order to become an International Referee, referees must attend a BISFed course organises by the BISFed Development Committee. Check the Calendar for information on all courses and events.

The referee uniform shall consist of:

  • Slacks/Pants – Black slacks/pants if the venue is climate controlled.  If the venue is not climate controlled, black shorts or capris are acceptable.
  • Shoes – light colour athletic shoes.
  • Shirt – provided by the HOC.

We are currently working on updating our database of officials and hope to have this published before the start of next season.

How to use the BISFed Roll Test Device

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