REFEREE ASSIGNORS SERVICE LEAGUES AND TOURNAMENTS AT A VARIETY OF COMPETITIVE LEVELS.
Reach out to an assignor in your area. Tell them about yourself – your name, age and availability.
Assignments are made using various platforms, so become familiar with what your assignor does.
How to locate an Assignor in your area from your OMS account.
(Note – Not all assignors have filled in their information. Double check the above referenced file for more details.)
- Log into your OMS account
- Click on the Advancement tab
- Click on Find Assignor
- Enter the parameters
- Hit Search button
Responsibility of officials:
- Keep the lines of communication open between yourself and your assignor.
- Work with one main assignor to avoid conflicts, but your are able to work for as many as you’d like.
- Keep your availability up to date if using an online program for assignments.
- Communicate the receipt of a higher priority appointment to your assignor. (Report an assignor that refuses to release the official for a higher priority assignment to their State Referee Administrator and the U.S. Soccer Referee Department)
- If you have any issues of referee abuse or referee assault during a match, immediately contact your assignor.
Responsibility of assignors:
- Assignors Code of Conduct
- Identify the highly experienced officials who are likely to be assigned to a higher priority assignment and always be prepared to fill these slots on an emergency basis
- Cooperate with officials and other assignors on those rare occasions when the game priority policy is invoked
- Report any concerns regarding officials to the State Referee Administrator
- Assignors should be selected by the affiliated competitions being served with advisement from the State Referee Committee.
- Assignor appointments should be made for a period of at least one year and assignors should be familiar with the registration and certification processes for officials.
- When an assignor is also a referee, they should not officiate in any competition where they also serve as an assignor (unless in an emergency situation).