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Registration and Online Topics Progress Now Closed Until November
Updated Oct 2, 2017

With the conclusion of our final 2017 entry clinic, the website is now closed for maintenance until November 1, 2017. No further progress may be made on new referee online training or re-certification until that date. Any summer registration payments (made after July 1) will be applied to the 2018 certification process.

Futsal Certification Now Open
Updated Aug 28, 2017

The SRC has opened futsal certification for all parties interested in officiating futsal in Minnesota this winter. A second Twin Cities league is forming and is in need of USSF-certified futsal officials, and a league is also forming in Rochester and will need officials.

The fee for certification is $45 for USSF Futsal registration plus the $20 Minnesota State Admin fee. The State Admin fee will also be applicable towards registration for 2018 outdoor certification.

Training consists of one hour of online material. If you certified as a futsal referee in fall 2016, training is reduced to about 25 minutes of recertification material.

Twin Cities Soccer League Referee Manual Published
Updated Aug 23, 2017

The new startup Twin Cities Soccer League, commencing play in September around the Twin Cities, has posted its referee manual to provide match day guidance on how to check teams in and report issues to the league. If working games in this league, please familiarize yourself with this manual.

Twin Cities Soccer League Referee Manual

MYSA Fall Rules Changes
Updated Jul 31, 2017

With the completion of MYSA's summer season, we turn our attention to the fall season that starts in September. US Soccer has instituted a few significant rule changes for the lowest age levels for the coming season. Referees working fall MYSA play should familiarize themselves with these modifications:

For a full summary of all rule changes for the fall season, please review our presentation on this website.

Game Priority for Referees and Assignors
Updated May 2, 2017

MNSRC has released a new fact sheet that lays out game assignment and game acceptance priorities for referees and assignors for the coming year. This fact sheet is designed to make it clear that certain matches in Minnesota must take priority over others. If you have questions on this document, please contact the SRA.

MNSRC Game Priority Fact Sheet

MYSA Team Check-In Procedures for Summer 2017 Announced
Updated Apr 6, 2017

The Minnesota Youth Soccer Association has released its protocol for team administration during games for the coming 2017 season. MYSA switched last fall from its traditional MYSA Roster form to an online service (Affinity Sports). This week MYSA passed along its protocols to the SRC, and we are releasing the below presentation to guide officials on how to use the digital check-in procedures.

Please be advised that for all MYSA League play in 2017, the paper MYSA Roster form and laminated player passes no longer exist. All matches must be reported using the Affinty Sports system. Please refer to the presentation for detailed protocols and backups.

2017 MYSA Affinity Sports Game Day Administrative Protocols

If you have questions about Affinity access or are having issues setting up an account, contact the Affinity help line at 855-703-2578. Please do not contact the SRC with questions, we cannot assist with access or technical issues in the Affinity program.


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