Seattle Soccer Referee Association

Welcome to Seattle Soccer Referees

Welcome to the Seattle Soccer Referee Association. We provide licensed referees to matches in the general vicinity of Seattle, Washington. If you'd like a little more background information about us, check out the Information segment of our Site.


If you are a new referee, or are new to Seattle, Register Here.

Are you interested in becoming a referee? Start here-> with the Washington State Referee Committee->

The Laws of the Game-> and the US Soccer Referee Program-> are helpful resources for Referees, Coaches, Players and Spectators.

Please see the Professional Referee Organization-> for current MLS assignments and useful analysis of the game and current issues.

Finally, please see FIFA-> for general information about the game in its international context.

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Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

The Seattle Soccer Referee Association February Chapter meeting is on February 17 at the Columbia Library at 6:30.

Sunday October 18th, 2015

How to write a Misconduct Report
Did you show a yellow or red card? Be sure to file a correct and accurate report. See this document for advice on constructing your report.More

Saturday October 3rd, 2015

Follow Us-on Twitter: Click the link below to follow the SSRA on Twitter.

Saturday October 3rd, 2015

Like Us on Facebook: Click the link below to like us on facebook and get updates, game requests, meeting times and training discussion straight to your facebook account.

Wednesday September 2nd, 2015

Direct Deposit is the way to go! If you choose to NOT go with Direct Deposit, you will be paid via Pay Pal.
To sign up, simply go to Services: Profile: Direct Deposit and follow the direct...

Thursday July 9th, 2015

RMA Instructions
The Washington Youth Soccer risk management program requires all match officials including coaches, managers and referees to gain clearance through a national background che...Going

Friday June 13th, 2014

Remember, always check the website and your match assignments within 24 hours of the match and you must complete a match report within 48 hours of the match completion or face possible non pay...