On many occasions, organisations make refereeing designations without knowing the exact availability of the referees, which leads to numerous emails and phone calls. In addition, on many occasions, the organising entity does not know if the referee can finally referee that match.
Calculating the cost of refereeing for each referee for each match is a complex process. Hundreds of matches can be played over a weekend with hundreds of referees involved.
When the match is over, the referees fill in the match report on paper and send it to the competition organiser. This process can take one or two days, resulting in a time lag between the end of the match and the result being published for all the fans.
With the scoresheet on paper, it is almost impossible for the organisers to control when it has been signed. This is likely to lead to future problems of security or trust in the information in the scoresheet.
The organisation's control of sanctions may not be up to date or, for whatever reason, not taken into account for the next match. This may result in improper line-ups incurring more severe penalties for clubs at a later date.
Risks of a bad solution and its cost
Longer appointment processes and problems associated with the availability of referees leading to multiple calls or emails.
In addition, these referee appointment problems create a sense of irregularity within the federation, which reduces the number of people who want to become referees, which in turn reduces the federation's training income.
Spending too many hours calculating the costs of each referee prevents the organisation's staff from spending more time on promoting competitions.
Errors in sanctions and subsequent irregularities in registrations or calls for competitions generate unrest among clubs and athletes.
Arbitration management in Clupik
Clupik is the only system that synchronises, on the same platform, the competition, the referees and their associated costs, facilitating referee appointments and payment control. And all of this is linked to the regular running of all your competitions.
The federation staff gives access to the referees and the members of the refereeing committee. Each of them has access to their workspace with their personal passwords where they can perform different tasks according to their position within the federation.
The referee committee can view the database of matches and referees and make the corresponding appointments.
The referees can modify their availability, see when the next matches to which they have been appointed are and access them to enter statistics and results.
Puedes establecer los costes de arbitraje, tanto por tipo de árbitro como por competición, y a partir de ahí, estos costes se añadirán automáticamente a cada árbitro.
En cada partido, puedes añadir múltiples tipos de árbitros con diferentes costes para cada tipo adaptando el sistema al reglamento (árbitro principal, árbitro auxiliar, mesa, juez de línea...).
Los árbitros pueden introducir costes a los partidos y adjuntar imágenes de tickets que justifiquen conceptos como el desplazamiento o las dietas para que la federación lo valide.
You can set refereeing costs, both by referee type and by competition, and from there, these costs will be automatically added to each referee.
For each match, you can add multiple referee types with different costs for each type by adapting the system to the rules (main referee, assistant referee, table, linesman...).
The referees can enter costs to the matches and attach images of tickets that justify concepts such as travel or per diems for the federation to validate it.
Finally, the federation can see which costs have been assigned to each referee and the specific concepts to make the payments.
Referee availability and appointments
Referees can configure their availability, within the time limits established by the rules, allowing you to know which days they will not be available and for what reason.
All referee management revolves around the competition calendar. Once created, the matches appear in the refereeing committee's database so that they can designate the referees who will take part in each match according to their availability.
The referees receive notifications, in real time, with information about the match to which they have been appointed and can accept or reject the appointment directly from their mobile phone.
In addition, we offer statistics on the referee appointments that have been accepted or rejected by each referee, allowing for a detailed report and, if necessary, penalising referees who have rejected an appointment on several occasions.
Results and reports
During the match, referees can enter the statistics from different devices, updating the online scoreboard, and end the match with their personalised signature. Once the match is over, the result is automatically published on the organisation's website and, if configured, automatic publications are generated on social networks.
We develop your customised digital scoresheet to make it official and exclusive for your organisation, adapting it to the regulations and offering both you and the referees the best working tool.