What are the different roles in Dribl

Dribl uses role-based security to manage what a member or user has access to, or actions that are able to be performed by them within the competition management platform.

Roles are assigned to members by a governing body or club. 

Roles Overview

  • Administrators are members with extended rights to configure and manage aspects of competitions, clubs, leagues, teams, members, access rights and other properties. They hold a special level of access to other members and users. There can be multiple Administrators per governing body or club. 
  • Members are users who participate in a competition or are assigned a designated role within a club or team. Members are counted towards the platform usage license.

  • Non-Members are users who do don't hold a designated role within a club or team. Non-Members do not contribute toward the platform usage license and are provided gratis.

Go to the Members tab to view the list of your members and their designated role.

 

Role Abbreviation Member Description
Body Administrator BA A Body Administrator has full delegated access for an organisation's Dribl tenancy (Body) and it's affiliated clubs. It has the authority to create, configure and manage the structure, composition and configuration of a football competition. This role is typically held by a governing body (Federation or Association), however a football club may also fulfil this role if it is responsible for running a competition.
Body Club Administrator CA A Body Club Administrator has delegated authority to manage all aspects of the club. They will be able to execute the registration workflow, create teams, member mapping and deregister members.
Club Reporter RP A Club Reporter can access and administer the match sheets across all team matches for the club.
Team Reporter RT A Team Reporter can access and administer the match sheets for teams that they are mapped to.
Club Recorder RE A Club Recorder can access the match sheets and add scores across all team matches for the club.
Team Recorder TR A Team Recorder can access the digital match sheets and add scores for teams that they are mapped to.
Referee Administrator RA A Referee Administrator has delegated authority to execute the member registration workflow and manage panels, rosters and allocations across the entire referee branch.
Referee RF A Referee can set their availability and block outs, accept allocations and administer digital match sheets.
Official OF An Official has no privileged access to the system to perform any operations against the club but can be escalated to a Club and/or Team role.
Game Leader Administrator GLA A Game Leader Administrator can execute the registration workflow, manage hubs, rosters and allocations across the entire game leader branch.
Game Leader GL A Game Leader can accept allocations and administer match sheets.
Age Coordinator AC An Age Coordinator can create teams and perform member mappings.
Coach CO A Coach holds the required privileges to access and manage the match sheets for the team they are mapped to. A coach is also assigned the role of Team Reporter and Team Recorder.
Manager MA A Manager holds the required privileges to access and manage the match sheets for the team they are mapped to. A manager is also assigned the role of Team Reporter and Team Recorder.
Volunteer VO A Volunteer is a non-privileged account held by volunteers for the club.
Player PL A Player is a non-privileged account held by players for the club.
Guardian GU A Guardian holds the same privileges as a Player, however is assigned to a Parent or Guardian of a minor who is a member of a team. 
Supporter SP This is the default role assigned to all user accounts within Dribl. This role allows a user to follow their favourite teams or leagues.

 

 
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