Sin Bin Training
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Posted By : Nathan Batchelor

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The FA have advised that Temporary Dismissals – more commonly known as ‘sin bins’ – will become mandatory for all leagues at Step 7 and below from the 2019/20 season.
 
To help your understanding of Temporary Dismissals, Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA will be running a number of workshops aimed at referees, club officials, league officials and team managers. 
 
To book on to one of our workshops please find the information and online registration form below;

Friday 29th March
Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster
6:30 pm (for a 7:00 pm start)

BOOK YOUR PLACE IN DONCASTER
 
Wednesday 3rd April
Ice Sheffield
7:00 pm start

BOOK YOUR PLACE IN SHEFFIELD

Spaces are limited and attendance is by registration only.
 
 
Background of the scheme
 
The scheme was originally conceived following a decision by the International Football Association Board [IFAB] that gave National Associations the ability to implement Temporary Dismissals from 2017/18 at the grassroots level of the game.
 
Whilst given discretion whether to use the scheme for all cautions or selected cautions, The FA chose to focus on matters of dissent, which amounted to 25% of all cautions during the 2016/17 season, directly supports the Respect programme, and aims to ensure that football – both on and off the pitch – is an enjoyable, inclusive and a positive experience For All.
 
31 leagues from across the country at Step 7 and below of the National League System, including the Sheffield & District Junior Sunday League, and Tier 5 and below of the Women’s Pyramid of Football took part and resulted in the following:
 
·         25 leagues showed an overall reduction in dissent
·         38% reduction in dissent across all leagues
·         72% of players wanted to continue with the scheme
·         77% of managers and/or coaches wanted to continue with the scheme
·         84% of referees wanted to continue with the scheme  
 
In 2018/19, all 31 leagues continued to use Temporary Dismissals and were joined by 61 other leagues across 16 counties that successfully applied to participate this season. 
 
From 2019/20, all leagues at Step 7 and below in the men’s game will adopt Temporary Dismissals, as well as Tier 5 and below of the Women’s Pyramid of Football, which is the Women’s Regional League Premier Divisions.

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