1. Who to contact/write to:
The Chairman, for problems you cannot resolve with other officers and membership enquiries
The League Secretary, for general business, protests or suggestions
The Treasurer, for all financial matters unless otherwise directed.
The Fixture Secretary, for all matters concerning the fixtures
The Registration Secretary, for all registrations and transfers.
The Referees Appointment Secretary, for all matters relating to the appointment of Referees, including their non-appearance.
The Asst. Referees Appointment Secretary, for all matters relating to the appointment of Assistant Referees, including their non-appearance.
The Referees Result Secretary, the recipient of all result sheets from referees
The Referees Support Officer, Collate all referees marks for presentation to the E.C.F.A. and support referees with their concerns whether this be games or league matters
The League Development Officer, Matters relating to the improvement of club facilities
The Publicity Secretary, for all items of interest and match reports
The Under 21 Division Officer, all matters relating to the Under 21 Divisions
The IT Officer, All matters to do with the Web Site and Full Time
The Discipline Secretary, for all matters of misconduct.
The Entertainments Secretary, for all social events and the annual presentation dinner.
2. Clubs should satisfy themselves of the true identity of players i.e. driving license etc. before submitting Registration Forms to the League for authorisation. The delivery of the completed Registration Form to the address of the Hon. Registration Secretary prior to the match in which the player takes part DOES NOT make the player eligible for that match.
3. Registration forms may be submitted to the Registration Secretary as a scan by e-mail to arrive no later than the day before a match is due to be played. Clubs are responsible for checking that the e-mail has been received before the player can play. The original form must be sent to the Registration Secretary and the player shall not play again until the Club is in possession of the confirmation of registration which will be given by his name appearing on the Full Time site.
4. All matches shall be played on grounds deemed suitable by the Management Committee, and teams shall play home fixtures only on the ground registered with the League, unless prior approval is obtained from the Management Committee.
5. When a match is played at an alternative venue or kick-off is at a non-standard time, the home club must, in addition to notifying all those concerned in the match, notify the Referees Secretary, Asst. Referees Secretary (where applicable), The League Fixtures Secretary.
6. Where the term “Secretary” in relation to a club officer is used within the rules this can be taken as meaning the club “Fixtures Secretary” where the rule describes a function of that position.
7. Clubs must ensure that Club Officials, Players and Spectators at matches adhere to the relevant section of the Code of Conduct as detailed in Appendix B
8. Rule 10 (D) states that “notice must be given in writing”. It is however acceptable for a club to confirm fixtures etc. by telephone. The important thing is that an acknowledgement is received whether it is at the time of the telephone call or when the message is received. If no acknowledgement is received at least four days prior to playing of the match, the home club must make further contact with the opposing club or match officials to confirm the message has been received.
9. When contacting the opposing club to notify them of a postponed fixture, messages must not be left on an answerphone but must be left with someone personally.
10. Any Club failing to notify ALL of the officials mentioned under Rule 10 (D) shall be fined £12.00 in respect of each official not contacted.
11. Clubs in default of Rule 11 (C) shall be fined £18.00. Clubs who are repeatedly in default of this rule shall be dealt with under Rule 5 (H).
12. The term “immediately after” in Rule 13 (E) paragraph 5 and Cup Rule 6 paragraph 3 shall mean “immediately after in their own dressing room”
13. Details of Teams together with the Referees marks must be uploaded to the Full Time site within FOUR full days, Sundays and Bank Holidays included, of the conclusion of the match (Rule 11 (A)). Be sure your players are duly qualified as per Rule 8 (B).
14. Teams may enter outside competitions but, with the exception of the F.A. Vase, County Cups and the Anagram Records Trophy, matches under this Leagues jurisdiction will at all times take priority. Once fixtures have been published, teams may arrange matches in outside competitions ONLY after receiving the agreement of the League Fixtures Secretary
15. If the appointed referee does not turn up, a person to referee the match MUST be agreed upon. (see Rule 13 (B))
16. The League Management Committee will monitor the behaviour of players and the administration of clubs throughout the season and if it is deemed necessary may call a club to appear before them. In extreme circumstances clubs may be recommended for exclusion from the Constitution for the following season under rule 17 (B).
17. The 2016-2017 season will commence on Saturday 27 August 2016 and end on Saturday 27 May 2017.
18. All clubs shall have in attendance at their home matches at least one person who has a certificate of attendance at an Emergency Aid or Save a Life course or has first aid qualifications of the same level or higher.
19. Players called to appear before the Management Committee, who are unable to attend, may be represented by their Club, or their case may be heard in their absence.
20. Any club making application to enter another League or intending, or having a provisional intention, to withdraw a team from the competition must comply with Rule 14 (A)
21. Times of kick-off: (Subject to variation by the League Management Committee (Rule 10 (B))
All League Matches:
August to October and March to May 2.30 p.m.
November to February 2.00 p.m.
Evening matches must kick-off by the following times (Unless Floodlit)
August and May 6.30p.m.
September to April 6.15p.m.
All Cup Matches:
August to October and March to May 2.15 p.m.
November to February 1.30 p.m.
Clubs may mutually agree upon earlier or later (if floodlight facility is available) times provided all parties involved in the match agree.