Good Call Officiating CFO Gamebook

Good Call Officiating CFO Gamebook

Hover for
larger image

  • Good Call Officiating CFO Gamebook
  • Good Call Officiating CFO Gamebook
  • Good Call Officiating CFO Gamebook
  • Good Call Officiating CFO Gamebook
Sorry, we only have 109 available.
  Order by 2:30 PM ET, same business day shipping available! FREE Returns on This Item
(Contiguous U.S.)


As a college official, you have no doubt used separate game cards and reference tools. This Gamebook is the ultimate game information recording and reference companion-in-one.

Developed specifically for college football officials by West Virginia official Matthew Ridgeway of Good Call Officiating, it has multiple well-organized heavy-duty writeable & erasable pages for game data recording, plus in-game references you'll use most. (See below for the complete list.)


  • 5.5" x 3.5" is right-sized for the front shirt pocket and front and back pants pocket.
  • Spiral-bound notebook has 10 front-and-back hard-surface writeable and erasable pages for multi-game and multi-season use.
  • For best results, a pencil is best.
  • As a standalone notebook, a separate wallet is not required.


  • Home & Visitor Team Information
  • Captains, Colors, Coin Toss, Ball Personnel
  • Ball Position records for 1st and 3rd Quarters with Spot Indicator Marker
  • Penalty Record
  • Time Outs
  • Home and Visitor Scoring Summary
  • Media Timeouts
  • Large Note Section
  • Penalty Summary
  • Replay Review 
  • Game Suspension Records
  • NCAA Overtime Rules

Product Video

Tools-In-Action: Good Call Officiating NFHS Gamebook

See the full use of the Good Call Officiating NFHS Gamebook. For best writing results, use a pencil and an eraser.


  • Share:

Official Reviews


Be the first to review this product!

Submit Review

Questions About This Product

Q: It looks like, from the video, that there is only part of one page dedicated to recording fouls. Is this right? As the guy that records all the fouls usually for the crew, I'd need a lot more space for a normal game.
– Kenneth Heard

There is one page with about 2/3 of the page dedicated for recording fouls. It has 10 spaces to log the fouls. The remainder of that page is for recording unsportsmanlike conduct, sideline warnings, and ejections. There is a separate page in the book that is a full blank page for general notes which could possibly be used to log additional fouls.

– Brandon Lawson
Support Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire, Football Official & Basketball Referee

Ask A Question

Articles Related To This Product

Top 10 Trending Football Gear & Apparel for Fall 2023

The Trending Selection of Caps, Shirts, Pants and More!