Offence Rules Overview

  In this article you'll learn:

The composition of Offence Rules and how they work within Dribl.

This article is for: Competition Administrators

A football governing body (Member Federation, Association or other applicable organisation) typically prescribes the rules that govern member suspensions and team disciplinary action.

Standard best practice definitions of Offence Rules include

  • R1 – R7 Offence Rules that trigger standard member suspension timeframes, either based on a time period or number of matches
  • Yellow card accumulation that will trigger automatic standard member suspension timeframes when thresholds are met, either based on a time period or number of matches
  • Red card accumulation that will trigger automatic team point deductions when thresholds are met

Dribl provides the ability to automate the administrative tasks of managing and enforcing member bans and team adjustments based on any disciplinary action recorded in the system. This is achieved by defining the Offence Rule with the appropriate settings that will be automatically triggered if the criteria are met.

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