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2 nd august 2012 7 30pm yio chu kang sports complex conference room

2nd August2012, 7.30pm, Yio Chu Kang Sports Complex Conference Room

Division 2 team managers meeting 2012


Agenda

Introduction of Singapore Floorball Tournaments Committee Members

SFA strategic and tactical objective in 2013 and 2015

SFL 2012 and SFL 2013 timeline/work year

Changes in SFL 2012 Division 2

Briefing of rules and regulation of SFL 2012 Division 2

Singapore Floorball Cup 2012/2013

Updates to the league

New Changes to Refereeing System for the league

Tackling Republic Polytechnic House-Keeping Issue

Feedback Session.

Agenda


1 singapore floorball tournaments committee

1.Singapore Floorball Tournaments Committee

  • Kenneth Ho

  • Kenny Liang

  • Sonia Chia

  • Stefan Dahlgren

  • Pierre

  • Eddie Tan


2 strategic objective for competition tournaments by 2015

2.Strategic Objective for Competition/Tournaments By 2015


Division 2 team managers meeting 2012

  • Singapore will have the most competitive league in our region.

  • It wil have a full development league, cup and tournament system.

  • It will be organized in a regional conference system with clubs linked to local and regional level from top to bottom.


Grand tactical objective by 2013

Grand Tactical Objective by 2013


Division 2 team managers meeting 2012

  • Singapore will have a conference league system.

  • League to have a winners and losers progression pool to ensure minimum numbers of games for each team remains at 10.

  • Division 1 players must pass a certain level in the beep test to play in the highest level.

  • It will have the SF cup in operation which involves all clubs in Singapore.

  • It will have an Under-16 league linked to the clubs in div 1 and more.

  • Clubs will be encouraged to adopt a youth club to further aid in the development of new young players.

  • To continue to expand the school league across all levels.

  • To have a fully functional corporate league in a 5 a-side format.

  • Exploring possibility of having a conference style league based on job function (e.g. law, finance, accountancy) and to subsequently have a cup playoff.

  • To run at least 2 carnivals annually in public places ( egscapepark, Ngee Ann) similar to the ones executed this year at NLB to bring floorball to the rest of the public and increase awareness.


Grand tactical objective by 2015

Grand Tactical Objective by 2015


Division 2 team managers meeting 2012

  • Singapore will have conference league system over 2 divisions.

  • Division 1 players must pass a certain level in the beep test to play in the highest div.

  • It will have an under 19 league linked to the clubs in Div 1 and more

  • It will have an under 16 league linked to the clubs in Div 1 and more

  • It will have a full school league , corporate and carnival organization operation.


National teams mens and womens goals objective

National Teams (Mens and Womens) Goals/Objective


Division 2 team managers meeting 2012

  • Winning the Sea Games gold in 2015

  • Being Top 8 floorball nation in the World


3 sfl 2012 and sfl 2013 timeline work year

3. SFL 2012 and SFL 2013 timeline/work year


Calendar for sfl 2012

Calendar for SFL 2012

  • SFL2012 Division 1 (Mens & Ladies)

    • May 2012 to Sept 2012

  • SFL2012 Division 2 (Mens & Ladies)

    • Sept 2012 to Dec 2012

  • SFL2012 Division 3 (Mens)

    • Dec 2012 to Mar 2013

  • Singapore Floorball Cup 2013 (Mens & Ladies)

    • April 2013 to May 2013


Calendar for sfl 2013

Calendar for SFL 2013

  • SFL2013 Division 1 (Mens & Ladies)

    • June 2013 to Oct 2013

  • SFL2013 Division 2 (Mens & Ladies)

    • Oct 2013 to Jan 2014

  • SFL2013 Division 3 (Mens)

    • Jan 2014 to Apr 2014

  • Singapore Floorball Cup 2014 (Mens & Ladies)

    • End April 2014 to May 2014


4 changes in sfl 2012 division 2

4. Changes in SFL 2012 Division 2


Division 2 team managers meeting 2012

  • A new name for the league

  • Eastern and Western Conference in SFL2013 Division 2

  • Venue Officials and Match Secretary

  • Team Registration

  • Team Managers Feedback Session

  • Team Previews ahead of the new season


1 a new name for the leagues

1. A new name for the leagues

  • From this season, all leagues named under Division 1 (formerly Premiership), Division 2 (formerly Championship) and Division 3 (formerly Conference).

  • This is to prevent any confusion to the players to which league is on-going etc.


2 eastern and western conference for sfl2013 division 2

2. Eastern and Western Conference for SFL2013 Division 2

  • SFA is looking into connecting teams into their constituency. Example Eastern Conference Team Skools Innebandy perhaps with Tampines constituency etc.

  • So teams will work to sell their club into their local constituency which will create local support from constituency club.

  • Support from the constituency could come in the form of free usage of their court venue or even sponsorship deals.


2 eastern and western conference

2. Eastern and Western Conference

  • SFA are looking to provide 2 venue for SFL2013 so that teams can play home and away games. The likely venues would be for Republic Polytechnic (Western Conference) and Yio Chu Kang (Eastern Conference)

  • This will be of more convenience to players as they would not need to travel far to the competition venues.


3 team match officials and match secretary

3. Team/Match Officials and Match Secretary

  • Each team must will appoint 2 match officials on match day. Please note that match officials cannot be anyone of the registered match players.

  • One of the match officials will be the match secretary for the game while the other match official shall be the Venue Supervisor.

  • In work year 2011, SFA received 3 official complaints from Republic Polytechnic with regards to their unhappiness in the way teams behaved when using their venue.

  • Hence SFA has decided to introduced this new Venue Official who will be given the authority to throw out unruly or uncooperative supports/players.


Teams that failed to adhere to the rules and regulations set by republic polytechnic

Teams that failed to adhere to the rules and regulations set by Republic Polytechnic

  • Punishments will be handed out

  • 1st time offender – Team will be fined $50

  • 2nd time offender – Team will be fined $100 and deducted 3 points of table.

  • 3rd time offender – Team will be kicked out of league and banned from taking part in SFL2013 season.


4 team registration

4. Team Registration

  • With this season games stretching to a minimum of 13 games per team, teams will be allowed to registered up to 30 players for the season.

  • However, on match days, teams are only allowed to register a maximum of 20 players for each match.

  • From next year onwards, all team managers will login in to our SFA website to register their teams for the league.

  • With this online data base, the public would be able to view which players are currently playing for which club.


An example of what we are hoping to implement onto our sfa website with this new data entry system

An example of what we are hoping to implement onto our SFA website with this new data entry system.


Reasons for this data base

Reasons for this data-base

  • We are able to extract any information we require (example, average age of players) which would be relevant when we talk to our sponsors.

  • National Team coaches are able to scout for potential youth players for their national team set-up.


Deadline of team registration and payment issue

Deadline of Team Registration and Payment Issue

  • The deadline of the team registration and payment is on 5 September 2012.


5 team managers feeback session

5. Team Managers Feeback Session

  • Every month, the competitions committee would like to have a team managers feedback session/meeting.

  • Via this feedback session/meeting, we would be giving all team managers an update of any new league details etc.

  • This is also to hear about the clubs concern and also to ensure all Singapore Floorball League Affiliated clubs are kept in the loop of the league happenings.


6 team previews ahead of the new season

6. Team Previews ahead of the new season

  • To generate the public’s interest in this season’s Division 2, we will be doing a team preview information of all teams in the SFL Division 2 and this will be publish in our SFA website

  • We will be sending out questions for all team captains/ representative via email.

  • This will allow the general public to know of more your club which might aide in the recruitment of players or sponsors.


6 briefing of rules and regulation of sfl 2012 division 2

6. Briefing of rules and regulation of SFL 2012 Division 2


Dates

DATES

  • Men’s Division 2 commences on Sat, 8 September @ 9am at Yio Chu Kang

  • Ladies Division 1 commences on Sat, 15 September @9am at Yio Chu Kang

  • Both are scheduled to end on.


League format

LEAGUE FORMAT

  • There will be a total of 13 teams completing in the Mens SFL 2012 Division 2 and 16 teams completing in the Ladies SFL 2012 Division 2

  • 3 points for a win

  • 1 point for a draw

  • 0 points for a loss

  • Tie on points at end of league:

    • Total Goal Difference

    • Total Goals Scored

    • Head-to-Head Result

    • Coin Toss


Confirmed teams men s division 2

Confirmed Teams (Men’s Division 2)


Confirmed teams ladies s division 2

Confirmed Teams (Ladies’sDivision 2)


Venue

VENUE

  • Yio Chu Kang Sports Complex and Republic Polytechnic Multi-Purpose Hall


League format men s division 2

League Format (Men’s Division 2)

  • Teams will be playing each other in a round-robin league format.

  • The top 2 teams in the division will be promoted to Division 1.

  • The bottom 2 teams in the division will be relegated to Division 3 (formerly conference league)


League format ladies s division 2

League Format (Ladies’sDivision 2)

  • Teams will be spilt into 2 groups of 8 and teams will play round robin matches with team within their own respective groups.

  • The top 4 of each group will be grouped together in the Promotion Group. [Points will be re-set)

  • The bottom 4 of each group will be grouped together in the Relegation Group. [Points will be re-set)

  • The top 2 of the Promotion group will promoted to Division 1 while the bottom 3 of the Relegation will be relegated, ie will be placed on the standby list for next year’s division 2 league.


Division 2 team managers meeting 2012

FEES

  • Affiliation/Registration – S$100 annual fee per club

  • Player’s licensing Fee - $10 per player

  • Tournament Fees (inclusive of SFC2013)

    • Men’s Div 2– TBC

    • Ladies’ Div 2 – TBC

  • Referees Fees

    • S$30 cash to be paid by each team to one of two officiating referees before start of each match


Team uniforms jersey numbers

TEAM UNIFORMS & JERSEY NUMBERS

  • Uniformed jerseys, shorts and socks for all field players

  • Knee length socks required

  • Jersey numbers from 1 to 99

  • Jersey number 1 only allowed for goalkeeper

  • Jersey numbers to be clearly printedon back of jersey, including goalkeeper’s attire

  • No form of pinning or using tape allowed


Abusive behaviour language

ABUSIVE BEHAVIOUR & LANGUAGE

  • Abusive behaviour and use of abusive and vulgar language of any form towards referees or match officials will not be tolerated

  • Action will be taken against player and team

  • Action can include expulsion of the team from the league


Match penalties

MATCH PENALTIES

  • Players receiving Match Penalty 3 will be required to attend a hearing

  • Match Penalty 1 – miss the rest of that match

  • Match Penalty 2 – misses next match as well

  • Match Penalty 3 – misses next match and any further punishment , as decided by Disciplinary Committee


Injuries

INJURIES

  • All teams to ensure that they are properly equipped to treat their own players in times of injuries

  • Recommended that each team should have their own properly-equipped First Aid Kit

  • Players are encouraged to get their own insurance coverage


Relegation

RELEGATION

  • Men’s Division 1

    • Bottom team of each conference will be relegated to Division 2 for SFL2011

  • Ladies’ Division 1

    • Bottom team from the Eastern Conference and the Bottom 2 teams from the Western Conference will be relegated to Division 2 for SFL2011


Prizes

PRIZES

  • Trophy to overall league winner. (For men’s, the top placed team in the overall league and for ladies, the top placed team in the Promotion Group)

  • Medals to registered players and officials of teams placed 1st and 2ndin the league (both men’s and ladies)


Fixtures

FIXTURES

  • No rescheduling of matches except with written consent of the Tournament Committee, which must be obtained at least 3 days before the scheduled match

  • Any additional costs for rescheduling the matches to be borne by teams concerned

  • If postponed match cannot be played before final round of matches, both teams will receive 0 points and minus 10 goals, as well as a fine of S$100


Registered players

REGISTERED PLAYERS

  • Each team can register up to 30 players for the whole league

  • Each team can field up to 20 players as registered on the Match Record

  • No limit on number of foreign players

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Minimum age

MINIMUM AGE

  • All registered players must be at least 13 years old as at 1st September 2012


Game set up for men s division 2

GAME SET-UP (for men’s division 2)

  • 3 Periods of 20 minutes with 5 minutes intermission, when teams shall change sides

  • Effective time only for 3rd Period

  • One time out (30 seconds) per team per match

  • Each team to have at least 6 players (including properly-equipped goalkeeper) to start a match – if not, it will be a walkover

  • Fine of S$50 for teams without 6 players on the court and at least 4 players on the bench


Game set up for ladies s division 2

GAME SET-UP (for ladies’s division 2)

  • 3 Periods of 20 minutes with 5 minutes intermission, when teams shall change sides

  • No effective time.

  • One time out (30 seconds) per team per match

  • Each team to have at least 6 players (including properly-equipped goalkeeper) to start a match – if not, it will be a walkover

  • Fine of S$50 for teams without 6 players on the court and at least 4 players on the bench


Jersey colour

JERSEY COLOUR

  • Away team to make arrangements regarding the jersey to be worn

  • Away team to change should there be a clash in jersey colours


Walkovers

WALKOVERS

  • A walkover is given when:

    • A team does not turn up for the match

    • A team does not have the minimum number of players to start a match

    • A team without proper cause leaves the court before the match is finished

    • A team’s players, staff or supporters are behaving in an unsportsmanlike behaviour or guilty of violent play, conducts or acts, causing match to be stopped or abandoned

  • 10-0 scoreline to team which is conceded walkover

  • A fine of S$100 to team conceding walkover


Disqualification of teams

DISQUALIFICATION OF TEAMS

  • Teams conceding 2 walkovers will be immediately disqualified

  • Team will be banned from SFL2013

  • All results involving their matches will be null and void


Protests

PROTESTS

  • Any protests must be made within 2 hours after the match to the match secretaries at the competition venue

  • Team must present case in writing to Tournament Committee within one working day, accompanied by a protest fee of S$50

  • Protest fee shall be refunded if protest is justified


Tournament budget

TOURNAMENT BUDGET


Men s division 2

Men’s Division 2


Ladies division 2

Ladies’ Division 2


7 singapore floorball cup 2012 2013

7. SINGAPORE FLOORBALL CUP 2012/2013


Singapore floorball cup 2013

Singapore Floorball Cup 2013

  • It will be played in April 2013.

  • It will be played over 6 weeks.

  • Total teams taking part

  • Mens = 32 teams

  • Ladies = 24 teams


Singapore floorball cup 2013 ladies

Singapore Floorball Cup 2013 (Ladies)

  • A total of 24 teams will be taking part ( 12 Division 1 + Top 12 Division 2 teams)

  • Teams will be grouped into 8 groups of 3 teams each where they will play 2 round robin matches.

  • Top of each group will qualify for the knock-out round of 8.


Singapore floorball cup 2013 mens

Singapore Floorball Cup 2013 (Mens)

  • Top 8 teams from the Men’s Division 1 will be given a bye for the 1st round and will qualify straight into the round of 8.

  • For the 1st round, it will consist of 24 teams. (2 relegated teams from Division 1 + 12 teams from Division 2 + top 5 teams of each group from Conference )

  • They will group into 8 groups of 3 where they will play round-robin matches with the top team of each group advancing to the next round. (round of 8)


Schedule for sfc 2013

Schedule for SFC 2013

  • Week 1 (Men’s and Ladies round robin matches) – 6/7 April

  • Week 2 (Men’s and Ladies round robin matches) – 13 April

  • Week 3 (Men’s and Ladies round robin matches) – 20/21 April

  • Week 5 ( Men’s Round of 16 matches) - 27/28 April

  • Week 5 ( Men’s and Ladies Round of 8 matches) – 5/6 May

  • Week (Men’s and Ladies Semi Finals) – 12 May

  • Week 6 (Men’s and Ladies Finals ) – 13 May


Tournament budget sfc 2012

TOURNAMENT BUDGET (SFC 2012)


7 updates to the league

7. Updates to the league


First game of the day

First Game of the day

  • Please kindly note that our court booking is from 9am onwards.

  • For team arriving early to warm-up for the games, for example at 8.30am. Please do not proceed to the RP’s office to ask for the court to be opened for you. Staff from RP will only open the courts at 9am sharp.

  • Hence for all first game of the day, referees will be briefed to allow both teams to be given 15 minutes to warm-up.

  • Hence if the fixtures states that the game time is at 9am, the game will commence at 9.15am.

  • Subsequent games will proceed as per normal. (11am, 1pm etc)


Inside the competition arena

Inside the competition arena

  • Please note for this season, only registered team officials/team players are allowed into the arena.

  • All spectators/parents/guardian of players are to view the games from the viewing gallery (2nd floor).

  • Special cases will be reviewed on a case by case basis by the tournaments committee.

  • Upon approval, affected players are to inform the respective match referees


8 new changes to refereeing system for the league

8. New Changes to Refereeing System for the league


Referee refresher course

Referee Refresher Course

  • Prior to the start of the league, all referees that are tasked to referee Division 1 would have gone through a refreshment course.

  • This refresher course consist of 3 modules.

  • Fitness Test

  • Theory Test

  • Situation Test


Refereeing for consecutive matches

Refereeing for consecutive matches

  • For this season, referees will not be refereeing consecutive matches as compared to last season.

  • For example: Referee will ref the 1st match of the day, rest for the 2nd and will only ref the 3rd match.

  • During the rest, referees will be observing other matches that they are not involved.

    This will allow referees to have adequate rest in between and not be tired out from refereeing consecutive matches.


Referee observer

Referee Observer

  • There will be a referee observer in hand to observe the games for this season.

  • This referee observer will give pointers for improvement to the pair of referee after the game.


New referee fees

New Referee Fees

  • For this season, there will be changes to the referee fees for the whole division.

  • Division 1 Referees: $30 per game

  • Division 2 Referees: $25 per game

  • Division 3 Referees: $20 per game


Performance of referees

Performance of Referees

  • With the referee observer observing the games, referees performed poorly in matches will be demoted to Division 2 etc.

  • Referees are tasked to different Divisions at the start of the season based on his/her performance in the refresher course.


Zero tolerance to abusive behavior for this season

Zero Tolerance to abusive behavior for this season

  • All referees have been told to come down hard on abusive behavior from players/team officials towards the referees.

  • Any players/team officials caught showing abusive behavior to referees would be given a Match Penalty 3.

  • Only the captains are allowed to speak to the referee during the match.


Feedback on referee s performance

Feedback on Referee’s Performance

  • Team managers are encouraged to raise their feedback on the performance of any referee via email to [email protected]


9 tackling republic polytechnic house keeping issues

9. Tackling Republic Polytechnic House-Keeping Issues


Division 2 team managers meeting 2012

  • Inside the arena

  • The 3 security rings

  • How SFA will ensure this works

  • Penalties melted out

  • Outside the arena

  • Spectators Gallery

  • Warm-up Areas


1 inside the arena

1. Inside the arena

  • We will be having 3 levels of security rings to ensure that anyone who fail to adhere to the house keeping rules set by Republic Polytechnic will be punished.

  • Level 1 (Highest) –

    Tournament Committee > Match Referees

  • Level 2 –

    Match Referees/Match Secretaries > Team Managers

  • Level 3 –

    Team Managers > Team Players


How these 3 levels of security rings works

How these 3 levels of Security Rings works


Level 3 team mangers team players

Level 3: Team Mangers > Team Players

Team managers will have to ensure that their team players adhere to the house keeping rules set by RP.

Punishments melted out by respective team managers will be on their own discretions.


How sfa will ensure this

How SFA will ensure this

Team Managers will be briefed of the house keeping rules during the team managers meeting on 3rd May 2012 prior to the start of the league.

A soft copy of the list will be sent to all team managers and a copy will also be uploaded on the SFA’s website.


Level 2 match referees team managers

Level 2: Match Referees > Team Managers

The Match Referee will ensure that both teams adhere to the house keeping rules set by RP. (attached check list will be task to the referee prior to the match)

2. Referees will be given the power to ban players with non-markings shoes from entering the courts.


Level 2 match secretaries team managers

Level 2: Match Secretaries > Team Managers

  • Match secretaries are to ensure that teams do not bring in any soft drinks or canned drinks into the competition arena.

  • Match secretaries are advised to remind the team during the period break to remove these items from the competition arena.

  • If there is a case where after several repeated reminders, the team still refuses to adhere to instructions. Match Secretaries are to inform anyone from the SFA tournament committee.

  • IE, match secretary of team A will be ensuring team B adheres to the regulations and vice versa.

  • All these will be briefed to the match secretaries during the upcoming match secretary course.


How sfa will ensure this1

How SFA will ensure this

Prior to the start of the league, all referees will undergo a refresher course which comprise of a fitness test, a theory test and a situation test.

During this course, all referees will be briefed on the ‘referee checklist’. And during the situation test, one of the ‘situation’ in the checklist will arise for referees to accustom to.

A copy of this ‘referee checklist’ will be available at the match secretary table for the referees to refer to.


How sfa will ensure this2

How SFA will ensure this

  • There will be a copy each of the roles and responsibilities of

  • The Match Secretaries

  • The Referees

  • The Team Managers

    All 3 of these copies will be placed at the match secretariat table for anyone to refer to.


Level 1 sfa tournaments committee match referees match secretaries

Level 1: SFA Tournaments Committee > Match Referees / Match Secretaries

Having given the extra responsibility and authority to the referees, SFA expects that the referees adhere to this.


How sfa will ensure this3

How SFA will ensure this

Tournament Committee will make surprise checks on the playing arena for any random matches.

If any players is caught wearing non-marking shoes or there are canned drinks in the arena, punishments will be melted out to both match referees for that specified game.


Penalties melted out to teams

Penalties melted out to Teams

  • 1st Offence - Team will be fined $50.

  • 2nd Offence - Team will be fined $100 and docked 3 points of the league table.

  • 3rd Offence - Team will be fined $100 and docked an additional 5 points of the league table.

  • Subsequent Offence - Teams will be fined $100, thrown out of the league and banned from participating in SFL for 1 season.


Penalties melted out to referees

Penalties melted out to Referees

  • 1st Offence - Referee will be fined $50

  • 2nd Offence - Referee will be fined $100 and banned from refereeing for 2 weeks.

  • 3rd Offence - Referee will be fined $100 and banned from refereeing for 4 weeks.

  • Subsequent Offence - Referee will be fined $100, have their license revoked and banned from refereeing for 1 year..


Penalties melted out to match secretaries

Penalties melted out to Match Secretaries

  • 1st Offence – MS will be fined $30

  • 2nd Offence – MS will be fined $50.

  • 3rd Offence – MS will have their match secretaries license revoked..


Outside the arena

Outside the Arena

Spectators Gallery

Warming-Up Areas.


1 viewing gallery

1. Viewing Gallery

All spectators are only allowed to view the match from the viewing gallery.

The Do’s and Don’ts for spectators will be highlighted in SFA’s website.

Referees who are scheduled to referee the next game are to ensure that the viewing gallery is free from litter prior to the start of their scheduled games.

Players/Spectators/Referees are encourage to keep a lookout for any rubbish at the viewing gallery.

Players/Spectators/Referees are encourage to call for RP’s cleaner if they do spot any rubbish lying around


2 warm up areas

2. Warm-Up Areas

With the advice and approval from Republic Polytechnic, SFA would demarcate warm up areas for teams.

The areas will be demarcated as the home and away team warm up areas.

Alternatively, players who do not wish to warm up and are advise to wait at the viewing gallery for the previous match to end.

This warm-up areas will be announced in the upcoming team managers meeting and a soft copy of the floor plan of the warm-up areas will be sent out.

Any team caught warming up outside the warm-up areas, SFA would take appropriate actions. (such as fining the team)


5 proposed warm up areas

5. Proposed Warm-Up Areas


Entrance to soccer field

Entrance to Soccer Field.


2 nd level common walkway

2nd level common walkway


2 nd level gallery stand common walkway

2nd level gallery stand common walkway


2 nd level gallery stand entrance common walkway

2nd level gallery stand  entrance common walkway


Basement common walkway area outside the gym

Basement common walkway area outside the gym


Outdoor court if weather permits and no booking

Outdoor court (if weather permits and no booking)


Out of bounds areas for warm ups

Out-of Bounds Areas (for warm-ups)


In front of our lift lobby area as it may disturb our daily operation

In front of our lift lobby area as it may disturb our daily operation


In front of our office area as it may disturb our daily operation

In front of our office area as it may disturb our daily operation


10 feedback session

10. Feedback Session


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