• Arlington Referee Game Fees & Information 3.9.20

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  • ARLINGTON VIRTUAL CHECKIN FOR COMPETITIVE AND RECREATIONAL

    Referees,

    IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO CORRECTLY CHECKIN PLAYERS!

    EVERY WEEK I RECEIVE AT LEAST 10 EMAILS THAT REFEREES ARE NOT CORRECTLY CHECKING IN PLAYERS, THE CENTER REFEREE IS RESPONSIBLE TO VERIFY THE CORRECT PROCEDURE. YOU WILL BE REMOVE FORM WORKING AS A CENTER REFEREE IN THE FUTURE IF DIRECTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED.

    YES THE COACHES SHOULD HAVE THE CORRECT ROSTER READY TO GO AT CHECKIN.

    Please view this powerpoint presentation for "Virtual" Checkin for ALL API COMPETITIVE TEAMS (U11-U19) AND ALL ASA/ASU RECREATIONAL TEAMS (U09-U19).

    Note the heading on each of the slides and that you can ONLY swipe to the left!

    If you are unable to swipe to the left it IS THE INCORRECT ROSTER ASK THE COACH/MANAGER TO PLEASE BRING UP THE CORRECT VIRTUAL ROSTER!

  • Referee (Misconduct) Report plus Supplemental Report (US Soccer)

    Complete and submit this Referee Report form to the appropriate competition authorities (e.g., local league, tournament director, cup coordinator, etc.) as directed. If needed, and in addition to the U.S. Soccer Referee Report, the U.S. Soccer Supplemental Referee Report can be used for instances of referee assault, referee abuse, dismissal of team officials, sending-off offenses, serious injuries, game abandonment or other substantial occurrences.
    Complete and submit this Supplemental Report form, along with a U.S. Soccer Referee Report, to the appropriate competition authorities (e.g., local league, tournament director, cup coordinator, etc.) as directed for the dismissal of team officials, sending-off offenses, serious injuries, game abandonment or other substantial occurrences. For instances of referee assault or referee abuse, complete and submit this form, along with a U.S. Soccer Referee Report, to the appropriate competition authorities (e.g., local league, tournament director, cup coordinator, etc.), State President with jurisdiction for the competition and State Referee Administrator.

  • USSF Referee Program Report Codes for Cautionable and Sending-Off Offenses

    USSF Referee Program Report Codes for Cautionable and Sending-Off Offenses
    Cautionable Offenses
    1.Unsporting behavior (UB)
    2.Dissent by word or action (DT)
    3.Persistent offenses (PO)
    4.Delaying the restart of play (DR)
    5.Failure to respect the required distance when play is restarted with a corner kick, free kick, or throw-in (FRD)
    6.Entering, re-entering, or deliberately leaving the field without the referee’s permission (ERL)

    Sending-off Offenses
    1.Serious foul play (SFP)
    2.Violent conduct (VC)
    3.Spitting at an opponent or any other person (S)
    4.Denying the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity (DOGSO) by deliberately handling the ball (this does not apply to the goalkeeper within his or her own penalty area)(DGH)
    5.Denying a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity to an opponent whose overall movement is towards the offender's goal by an offense punishable by a free kick (DGF)-DOGSO by an offense within the offender's penalty area, for which the referee awards a penalty kick, and the offense was NOT an attempt to play the ball (e.g. holding, pulling, pushing, no possibility to play the ball, etc.)
    6.Using offensive, insulting, or abusive language and/or gestures (AL)
    7.Receiving a second caution in the same match (2CT)

  • U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Step by Step – An Individual’s Guide To Printing Their Own Registration Card & History

    U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Step by Step – An Individual’s Guide To Printing Their Own Registration Card & History

  • Arlington Availability Instructions (How to)

    Referees must complete availability forms to receive assignments for their dates and times they want to work games.

  • IRS W-9 (October 2018) Blank Form

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