Seryfa News

Updated 3rd August Fixed Penalty Guidelines for Standard Offences

Please note that the attached copy of Disciplinary Punishments has been updated on 3rd August 2018

Disciplinary Punishments as discussed at July's Monthly Meeting for downloading

Urgent - Managing Childrens Wellbeing Workshop

We have been asked to post this message from SYFA from Hampden

Please be advised that the below email has been sent onto all Club Secretaries today:​

Managing Children’s Wellbeing attendance

Continued Sponsorship Deal for U13s to U19s SERYFA Leagues

Soccer Sevens going 11 aside MUST SEE INFO

Despite a number of messages from both the SYFA and SFA teams are continuing to breach rules by playing unauthorised 11 a side football at the 2007's age group.
Teams should now be aware that continuing breach of rules will lead to action being taken against the team and Club.
Action that can be taken -
The SYFA can either impose fines on teams and suspensions of team officials
The SFA can take action against the Club by reconsidering their quality mark.

Managing Children's Wellbeing Communication

Dear Club and League Secretaries
Please find below some information in relation to the previous correspondence regarding the Child Wellbeing and Protection training that all officials are now required to complete.
SYFA, along with the Scottish FA are working together to implement positive and consistent practices in relation to Child Wellbeing and Protection. With this in mind you can now find over 40 workshops scheduled in the first half of the year to support Child Wellbeing and Protection Officers (CWPOs) at clubs.

PVG Applications and Processing -URGENT MESSAGE

Allan received this e-mail from Hampden and he was asked to pass it on to our members.

PLEASE READ AS THIS IS URGENT

Soccer Sevens Info from Hampden

This is a message for Soccer Sevens Teams from Hampden

Teams wishing to concede cup ties - important information

As discussed at the monthly meetings where teams are drawn against a team from a higher league.

Due to the number of last minute cup tie games being conceded at last minute, it was discussed at the monthly meeting that any team not wishing to play the tie and award it to their opponent should notify the League Secretary that they wish to concede the tie at the time of the cup draw or soon after, rather than wait till the game is cast on the website.

Reminder to use correct team lines for Scottish Cup Ties

This is a reminder for all teams playing Scottish Cup ties this weekend.

Teams must use the correct team lines that are issued for Scottish Cup Ties.

We would like to wish all teams playing in the Scottish Cup the best of luck 

Review of PVG Process within the SYFA

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