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Sunday Night LIVE: Weekend Review 645p

Sunday Night LIVE: Weekend Review 645p

We designed this forum from your feedback wanting resources for input, tips and discussion. Our leadership team will be hosting weekl...Going

Referee Training Thursday 1.12

2.1 (Wednesday) is our next Training Session of the year! We’ll be talking about managing the technical area with coaches and dissent.

Location: Greenwood Library with dinner at ...

State Cup Rules Highlights

State Cup Rules Highlights: complete rule set linked below with green arrow

* U12s -- Yes heading is allowed, No Build Out Line, Offside at halfway line, Yes keepers can punt the ball

* Champtionship Cup Matches ONLY U15/16/17/19 -- 7 Substitutes per half, no re-entry same half

* Rosters/Cards MUST be checked: no card no play, all coaches must have card to be in technical area except a Director of Coaching can be present without a card

* Protests -- if a coach opts to protest make note of the time, score and event to add to your Match Report and contact one of our Assignors as soon as possible after the match. If it is something that can potentially be resolved prior to the restart make an effort to reach one of our Assignors.

* Match results translate into points - so be aware that matches could continue to be competitive even in what seems like a blow out. Shutouts are important to teams for an extra point. Goal differential up to ten goals is used to break ties in pool play seedings so you could see a 10-0 result or a team competing for a 10th goal late in the game. Do not consider this trivial - that extra goal could be the difference in a team advancing.

Work hard, do your best and challenge each other as a crew and a team to be your very best. Ask each other at half and after the match 'how did I do' 'could I have done anything better'. Arrive earlier than you normally might and have a quality pregame with your crew. ARs ask questions especially if your Center Referee neglects to have a pregame or cover a specific topic you are concerned about.

- Peter Maunsell
- Larry Metz
- Scott Lawrence
- Sya Magee
- Alexis Johnston


Referee Coaching/Mentoring Opportunities

Seattle Coaching/Mentoring - if you are interested in partnering with us developing referees at each level (new, intermediate, advanced) there is a place for you. Reach out to our Referee Dev...Going

Referees - Profile Photo needed to Self Assign

New(er) Referees Profile Photos Needed

Profile photos are now required to utilize Self Assigning. This will help your peers recognize you at the field and will help our Leadership ...

Dealing With Problem Parents, Coaches and Players

We have had an unusual number of unpleasant incidents with coaches and sidelines lately. Your assignors goal is to reduce these problems and make refereeing more enjoyable. In order to do tha...

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New Rules RCL U12s - please review Player Development Initiatives

New rules for RCL U12 age group - they have updated their playing rules for the U12 age group to be included within the US Soccer Player Development Initiatives Policy. Please review the att...Going

Text Messaging From SeattleRefs

Receiving Text Messages from SeatleRefs
Did you know that you can set up an email to text message directly to your cell phone? You can be alerted about games being posted right away. ...