As per the CLA Off-Floor Officials Guide for Box Lacrosse, Off-Floor Officials are very important Members of the Officiating team and are an integral part of our game with responsibilities and functions.

The responsibilities and functions of the Off-Floor Officials are documented in the CLA Off-Floor Officials Guide for Box Lacrosse. If a team requires copies of this guide, they can can be ordered by contacting Lisa Grant at the ALA, lisa@albertalacrosse.com

Since Off-Floor Officials are such an integral part of our game, teams are requested to have a designated group fulfill this role at each of their home games.

As per RMLL Regulation 12, Off-Floor Officials must be 18 or older and are required to report to the Referees room, twenty minutes prior to the start of a game for instructions from the Referees.

RMLL Regulations:

12.1. It is the home team’s responsibility to supply all the Off-Floor Officials required for home games.
12.1.1. Teams will train a select group of individuals, eighteen years of age and older, for the role of Off Floor Officials.
12.1.2. The ALRA will assign an Official to operate the shot clock for Playoff and Provincial games.

12.2. Off-Floor Officials are responsible for reading, understanding, and following the procedures listed in the CLA Off Floor Officials Guide.

12.2.1. Off Floor Officials are to report to the Referee Room for instructions twenty (20) minutes prior to the start of the game.
12.3. The home team is responsible for ensuring all the people assigned to the time-keepers bench are in place fifteen (15) minutes prior to the start of the game.

 

2011 box lacrosse off floor officials guide