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The home team’s Assistant Operations Coordinator shall assist Senior Management with the overall responsibility of game operations. The individual shall assist with all the organization and supervision of the field and bench, and activities occurring thereon. Their responsibilities shall include: - Providing the required lining and proper placement of equipment for the playing field including benches, goals, corner flags, game balls, sideline product, beverages, and additional team needs - Supervising set-up and take down of sponsor field signage and signage positions - Supervising pre-game and halftime ceremonies to assure the game starts and resumes at the designated times - Supervising security forces, ball boys/girls, runners, and communications with the press box - Providing game officials with any assistance needed before, during, or after the game - Assuring compliance with the game timing sheet and game day information - Provide a copy of the Game Day/Competition Timeline to the opposing team’s coach - Give notice to the home team and visiting
Follow directions of the Operations Coordinator for game day preparations, activities and teardown. Assist home and away teams with finding required equipment and resources needed for a successful match. - Providing proper placement of equipment for the playing field including benches, goals, corner flags, game balls, sideline product, beverages, and additional team needs - Set-up and take down of sponsor field signage and signage positions - Assist with Pre-game and halftime ceremonies to assure the game starts and resumes at the designated times - Assist security forces, ball boys/girls, runners, and communications with the press box - Providing game officials with any assistance needed before, during, or after the game - Relay information or notice to the home team and visiting
Home team must appointed Visiting Team Liaison who shall be responsible for the needs of the visiting team during their stay. On game day, the Visiting Team Liaison shall meet with the head coach or designee upon their arrival at the venue and provide a copy of the Game Day Timeline, shall review the visiting team schedule and discuss any additional game day instructions (i.e., introductions, halftime, post-game), and shall facilitate stadium needs including the locker room and ensuring on time positions for pre-game ceremonies and for the second half. The Visiting Team Liaison shall be near, but separate from, the visiting team bench throughout the game. If necessary, they shall deliver the visiting team’s complimentary tickets to Will Call one hour prior to the game.
The home team Referee Liaison is solely dedicated to meeting the needs of the officials on game day. The Referee Liaison shall assist the officials with pre-game, halftime, and post-game requests and needs. The Liaison should provide hospitality and help to ensure that all routine and administrative duties of the referees are completed with as little difficulty as possible. Ideally, the Referee Liaison will have some knowledge of refereeing and the challenges facing soccer referees and can help in the following areas: referee transportation, properly equipped dressing rooms (water, towels, soap, etc.), answering questions, and facilitating the filing of game report forms following the game.
Game Day Security personnel shall be responsible for safety of Referees, players, coaches and spectators. Security personnel must escort Officials off the field at halftime and at the conclusion of the game. Security personnel should be stationed outside the Referee dressing room upon referees’ arrivals at the stadium to ensure coaches, players, fans, etc. do not confront Officials. Security personnel (or off duty police officers) must escort sent-off players and coaches directly to the locker rooms prior to the resumption of the match. These players may not return to the field of play during the game or directly following the match.
Ball retrievers should be 11 years of age or older, wearing identical colors that do not conflict with the uniforms of either team. The Ball Retrievers Supervisor shall be responsible for training the ball retrievers on their overall responsibilities as well as providing them with ball distribution instructions. The supervisor shall coordinate their uniforms and arrival and departure times. The supervisor must also make sure retrievers follow fair-game procedures and remain for the entirety of the match.
The Public Address (PA) Announcer is responsible for handling general announcements to the public that have been approved by the home team. They shall work off a PA script prepared by the home team and approved by the League, and include standard announcements provided by the League. The PA Announcer may also serve as the Press Box Announcer for communicating all pertinent game information to the media.
Home team stats crew shall keep accurate game statistics. The statisticians shall complete the official Score Sheet for each game, giving the halftime stats to a runner for duplication and distribution to the press box. The statisticians / spotters shall be supervised by the home team’s Director of Media Relations.
The Timekeeper is responsible for monitoring the official time on the game clock; however the referee shall have ultimate control of the time on the field.
The Ticket Manager shall be responsible for the ticket inventory. They shall reconcile the cash boxes at the end of the game and shall supervise the ticket sellers and ticket takers. They shall coordinate with ticket outlets and be responsible for all complimentary tickets.
Ticket Sellers shall sell tickets to patrons at the box office window at the stadium. They are responsible for knowing the correct pricing for the seats; efficiently exchanging moneys for tickets; and applying the correct codes and discounts applicable to the individual event. Ticket Sellers shall resolve customer complaints / concerns when possible. At the end of their shift, they shall balance the drawer to ensure no overages or shortages have occurred.
Ticket Takers shall collect tickets at assigned locations and direct patrons to their appropriate seat location. They shall check each ticket to ensure that the correct day and time is printed on the ticket. They shall separate tickets into different categories, counting and sorting when time permits. They shall assist security in preventing guests from carrying any unauthorized objects (cans, bottles, alcoholic beverages, etc.) into the stadium.
The Game Day Video Producer will be responsible for the video production on game days for the broadcast and social media channels. They will be the guide from the start to the finish of the production. They will be responsible for what content is produced during Texas United games. You will be the leader of the game day production team and work closely with them so that viewers have a great experience watching the game.
The Game Day Video Director will determine what will be playing on screen at any given time. They will work closely with the production team to capture the intended vision from the producer for the video, directing and guiding the crew to achieve the desired product.
The game day Camera Operator will be in charge of operating the camera(s) used to film games live. They will be responsible to have knowledge of how to operate the camera, how to troubleshoot the camera, and have ultimate responsibility for the camera and its equipment (including microphone etc.).
The game day drone camera operator must be qualified to fly a drone and must be able to fly one. They must demonstrate you have the ability to control the drone and produce good quality video from the drone. They will need to have the knowledge how to operate the drone and its camera and be able to troubleshoot the drone.
The Game day on field reporter will work with the broadcast team to provide reports for the live broadcasts. They will need to gather information for a story that can be incorporated on air. They will also conduct on field interviews and have the ability to connect the viewers with the team.
The on field Camera Operator will be in charge of operating the camera used to film the on field reporter. They will be responsible to have knowledge of how to operate the camera, how to troubleshoot the camera, and have ultimate responsibility for the camera and its equipment (including microphone, tripods, etc.).