facebook Futsal & Soccer Endorser Hosting Guide | Stranger Soccer

Mission of a Good Host

Ensure that all players have a fair and enjoyable soccer experience.

Guide to be a Good Host

Before the Game

 
1

Arrive at least 10 minutes before the game starts


2

Check the website to find out who joined the game and keep a look out for them


3

Check the website to understand the rules of the game


4

Provide a good ball - you can get one from us or the venue if you do not have one


5

Greet everyone with a handshake


6

Encourage players to enter the pitch for a kickabout warm-up


7

Explain the game and safety rules of the game clearly


8

Split the players into teams, ensuring teams are of similar skill level


9

Check that everyone who turned up has booked a slot online


During the Game

 
1

Time the game accurately


2

Ensure fair and smooth rotation of teams and players


3

Look out for dangerous tackles or conflicts and be quick to stop and caution all players involved


4

Communicate with players to make them feel welcome


5

Ensure keeper rotate among each team unless there is a permanent one


6

Take at least 5 good photos and 1 good video of about 15s, and send it to Stranger Soccer


After the Game

 
1

Conclude the game with a handshake with everyone


2

Invite players for the next game


3

Return the ball to the venue if you borrowed one


4

Provide post game feedback to Stranger Soccer


Handling Special Cases

Late Comers

 
1

Look out for them


2

Welcome them with a handshake


3

Explain the rules to them


4

Fit them into an existing team


Players turning up without booking online

 
1

Direct them to book online before playing


2

Join for him using your own account and collect cash from him


3

Reject them if the game is full


Players bringing more players than the number of slots booked online

 
1

Direct them to book the additional slots online before playing


2

Allow them to rotate among themselves according to the number of slots that they booked


Dangerous tackles, conflicts and trouble makers

 
1

Be quick to stop and caution players involved


2

Cool down players who are involved


1

If you think someone is creating trouble and post a danger to others, you have the right to stop him from playing.


2

If you are unable to handle the situation, you can call Stranger Soccer for help.


 
 
 

How does rating works?

After the game, each player can give you a host rating. You need to earn an overall host rating of at least 8.50 to be endorsed. You will lose your endorsement anytime your host rating falls below 8.50, and can only earn it back if your host rating returns to above 8.50.

 

How does rating works?

After the game, each player can give you a host rating. You need to earn an overall host rating of at least 8.50 to be endorsed. You will lose your endorsement anytime your host rating falls below 8.50, and can only earn it back if your host rating returns to above 8.50.

 

Things that you should know

1

You can volunteer to host a game without playing.


2

You are more likely to be chosen to host a Stranger Soccer game if your host rating is higher and if you volunteer to host early.


1

You will receive your host payout after every game in your Stranger Soccer wallet.


Things that you should know

1

You can volunteer to host a game without playing.


2

You are more likely to be chosen to host a Stranger Soccer game if your host rating is higher and if you volunteer to host early.


1

You will receive your host payout after every game in your Stranger Soccer wallet.


Conclusion

The above guide is generated based on our hundreds of game hosting experiences and the feedback we gained along the way. Ultimately, as long as you are able to bring joy to people through a soccer game that you host, you are a good host! Your host rating will be your biggest proof!

Further Doubts

For any further doubts, you can contact us at contact@strangersoccer.com or 97269110 to enquire.

Guide to Host a Game at Stranger Soccer