Arizona State Referee Administration (ASRA) is the official management organization of referees in the state of Arizona. Providing, training and certifying referees for both youth and adult soccer, ASRA is an invaluable resource for AYSA. To learn more about this organization, please CLICK HERE
IMPORTANT FORMS FOR REFEREES MANAGING AYSA GAMES:
|Rate-A-Coach Form (Updated 06/15/2015)
|Referee Send-Off Report Form
|Head Injury Notification Form
NEW & RECERTIFYING REFEREES RISK MANAGEMENT:
All new and recertifying referees will be required to submit to Risk Management procedures during the registration process online at Arizona Game Officials. No registration will be approved without completing the risk management process and the process will be required annually during registration. Eligible assignors will have current lists of certified referees who have passed their background checks.
GUEST REFEREES RISK MANAGEMENT:
USSF certified referees from out-of-state who wish to officiate games in Arizona must complete the Guest Referee Risk Management "course" by registering and paying online for it at Arizona Game Officials. See Classes & Clinics
on the bottom of the page.
COURSE SCHEDULE FOR NEW REFEREES AND RE-CERTIFICATIONS:
Recertification is now done completely online. Entry-level classes consist of both an online and a live classroom component.
Reminder: All AYSA Clubs MUST use USSF Certified Assignors and ALL USSF referees MUST be assigned by USSF assignors. All existing assignors must complete an in-service each year and new assignors must complete a new assignor class. Be sure to plan ahead so that your club and referees will be in compliance with AYSA and USYSA requirements. The assignor class is ONLINE and in the CLASSROM.
*Club Presidents need to login to the Employment Verification form found at the bottom of the Assignor page on azref.com to confirm the name of their assignor, otherwise, he/she will not have access to the online database of registered referees.
GRADE 7 UPGRADES:
New upgrade guidelines have been established for 2015. Classes are being held now and the fitness test/assessment requirements have been dropped. To learn more, check out CHANGES FOR 2015 on azref.com.
LIGHTNING SAFETY OUTDOOR: CLICK HERE
HEAD INJURY & CONCUSSION INFORMATION: CLICK HERE