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Passing of Ben Shamsuddin
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On April 14 our Referee and Soccer Community suffered a terrible loss. With deep sadness in our heart we announce that Ben Shamsuddin passed away after suffering a heart attack. He was a relentless...

Current Phase 3 Guidelines and Seattle/Shoreline Fields
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Current Ph3G with local Seattle fields as of 4.23.21 Seattle Referees - we have been notified of revised mask protocols by our clients/clubs - please note the following updated policy regarding mas...

Upcoming 2021 PSPL / US Club State Cup Events
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Upcoming 2021 PSPL/US Club Events Seattle Referees - Northwest Soccer Officials (formally South King County Soccer Referee Association) is scheduling officials for the US Club WA State Cup games. ...Going

Weekend Review 630p Sunday Nights
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Weekend Review 630p Sunday Nights Join us tonight at 630p for our Sunday Night Weekend Review. We designed this forum from your feedback wanting resources for input, feedback and discussio...Going

Updated RTP Protocols and Match Guidelines 3.24.21
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Referees - please review the current Return To Play Protocols and Guidelines with the link below. For sure review the Match Officials Responsibilities section so you are aware of expectations. Questio...Going

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Form 1099-NEC Available Online
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Your 1099-NEC Form is now available on our website. Access this form through your REFEREE tab then to the ACCOUNTING tab and then 1099 tab adjusting the tax year to 2020. If you earned $600 or more we...

SSRA Leadership Team
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Seattle Referee Community Leadership Team:
As we engage once again with soccer and our local referee community there may be lots of questions. Please reach out to anyone on our Seattle R...

2021 Certification Online Procedure
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Online 2021 Certification is open - please take time and follow the link below (green arrow) to complete your requirements. If you are interested in working games when they start up you will...Going

Reviewing Changes to 2020/21 LOTG
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Reviewing LOTG Changes Online
Make sure that you watch this presentation on the current changes to the 2020/21 LOTG - this is a must watch as we ready ourselves to return to officiatin...Going

2020/21 Laws Of The Game Released
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2020/21 Laws Of The Game have been released - take a few minutes and download the Mobile App and also review the other links:

Mobile App - https://www.theifab.com/logapp/
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Mike Carney Passed Away Recently
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SYSA and SSRA Legend Mike Carney passed away during his morning jog through a park on December 7. Mike touched the lives of countless referees, players and volunteers through his tireless work with the Beacon Hill Soccer Community since he founded the club in 1985. Mike showed us how to serve hard to reach youth in our community. He showed us how we can make a meaningful impact on the lives of so many through reffing, coaching and being available. So many of them desperately needed a healthy pathway to positive development.

As of late, along with officiating countless games he was a BHYS coach for boys team Rage from Aki Kurose SPS. Like many times before, he built this team of underprivileged kids by visiting them at home and driving them to the field. They developed a deep appreciation for his compassionate mentoring. One BH Rage player wrote, "Descansa en pass coach y mietras que you juegeu futbol simpre te recordare como mi mejor coach y gracias por todas las memorias de futbol."

Michael James “Mike” Carney passed away unexpectedly early Monday, December 7, 2020. Mike grew up on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. As an engineer, Mike’s 40 years of work included projects at dams throughout the U.S. and around the world including sites in South Korea, Africa, Panama & India. Away from work, Mike coached soccer teams in the Beacon Hill area. For 45 years Mike focused on the development of local underprivileged players. In his spare time, Mike volunteered for St. Mary’s Food Bank and winter shelter, advocated for motor-less transportation, played music, and made balloon creations at community events for children of all ages. Mike generously offered his thoughts, books, and a helping hand. His influence will remain with all he helped. His life will be forever cherished in the lives of his family: his spouse Martina, his four children by birth (John, Maria, Luke & Blaise) with former spouse Terri, his four children by marriage (Gabriela, Luis, Alba & Felipe), his siblings (Jean, Ki, Pat, Coleen, Maureen, Eileen, Mary, Tim, Bridget, Lisa, Jim & Joe), his seven grandchildren, the Beacon Hill Youth Soccer team, friends and extended family.

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Good news in the midst of our shutdown ... Ruby Settle

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Good news in the midst of our shutdown ... Michael Flor

Take a look at our Facebook Page for a great story about one of our own Seattle Referees - Michael FlorGoing