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Tuesday October 21st, 2014
AYSO requires all referees to 1) register as a volunteer in eAYSO, 2) have Safe Haven certification in the last two years (2013 and 2014), 3) take AYSO referee training to be a certified assistant or regional referee. Your certifications are listed as part of your volunteer profile in www.eayso.org.
A handful of individuals have had their ability to self assign suspended because of missing registration or Safe Haven certification.
Three of these people have had their referee credits for their team revoked for the past weekend.
Contact the referee coordinators or the Regional Referee Administrator, if you are one of the impacted individuals.
Referee Credits Program
This new referee assigning system has made implementation of the referee credit program both more accurate and more difficult. To address the difficulties and to resolve different interpretations of the program, the AYSO Region 36 Board has clarified how the program will be implemented for 2014. Key points: 1) The program does not involve U14 matches in any manner 2) For the first two weeks, credits must have been earned at the level (U10 or U12) that they were awarded 3) 3rd week onward, credits can be earned at either U10 or U12 and applied to either U10 or U12 4) Unaffiliated referees do not earn credits 5) Priority sign up for affiliated referees per the Regional Guidelines will not be implemented. Referees sign up on a first-come, first-serve basis.