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How to enter post match data into match sheet as a club admin / coach / manager via the Dribl App

Club AdministratorsCoaches and Managers

Where official referee(s) have been appointed to a match, it is generally their responsibility to enter the post match data into the Dribl electronic match sheet.

However there will be occasions where a referee cannot enter the post match data into the Dribl electronic match sheet – such as below:

  1. No official referee has been allocated to the match in Dribl
  2. Official referee(s) are allocated but are unable to access Dribl or have not received required training on how to use Dribl

In these instances it the responsibility of the home club to enter this data into the Dribl electronic match sheet

 

How to check if an official referee has been allocated to your match via the Dribl app

  1. Via the Dribl app, Open the relevant match sheet for your teams fixture
  2. Select the “Referees” option – You will be able to quickly see if “No referees were allocated” to this specific match

In this instance it is the responsibility of the home club to enter the post match data into Dribl (instructions below)

 

Post match process for Home club admin/manager/coach

If the referee is unable to enter the post match data into Dribl, the home club admin/manager/coach with appropriate access to the relevant team in Dribl will need to liaise with the referee at the conclusion of the match to complete the below process.

  1. Add a “Non Accredited referee” to the match sheet

Post match, Referee to provide below data from their notepad to the home club representative to enter the below match details to enter into the Dribl electronic match sheet:

2. Cards – enter the details of any yellow / red cards or TD’s (Temporary Dismissals) that were issued during the match

3. Scores – Enter the home and away team scores from the match

4. Goals – enter goal scorer details (* Only applicable to Senior competitions)

5. Substitutes – enter details of all Substitutions that occurred during the match (* Only applicable to Senior competitions)

6. Complete Matchsheet – Click on Complete Matchsheet once all above details have been entered

 

Reference Support material – Step by step how guides for how to perform each of the post match steps

1 – Add a “Non Accredited referee” to the match sheet (How to)

https://competitions.footballnsw.com.au/kb/how-to-add-non-accredited-referee-to-the-matchsheet-in-dribl-app/

2 – Cards – How to enter the details of any yellow / red cards or TD’s (Temporary Dismissals) that were issued during the match

https://competitions.footballnsw.com.au/kb/add-cards-via-dribl-app/

3- Scores – How to Enter the home and away team scores from the match

https://competitions.footballnsw.com.au/kb/how-to-enter-scores-in-the-dribl-app/

4- Goals – How to enter goal scorer details

https://competitions.footballnsw.com.au/kb/how-to-enter-goal-scorers-via-the-dribl-app/

5- Substitutes – How to enter details of Substitutions that occurred during the match

https://competitions.footballnsw.com.au/kb/how-to-add-substitutes-via-the-dribl-app/

6- Complete Matchsheet – How to mark a match as Complete (via the Dribl App)

https://competitions.footballnsw.com.au/kb/how-to-mark-a-match-as-complete-as-a-match-official/

 

 

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