Referees report MYSA game scores through the MYSA Affinity Sports System. Following each game, please have the assigned game number, game rosters (home and away) which show player check-ins, any discipline and final score before you login to report the game and then access your Referee account, (create your account or login) by going to: http://mn-ussf.sportsaffinity.com/reg/index.asp.
MYSA Team Check-In and Game Reporting Presentation
(compliments of the Minnesota SRC)
The Minnesota Youth Soccer Association requires that all adult referees complete an annual background check. All referees who are at least 18 years old must meet the background check requirements before they can participate in any MYSA-related activities.
Background checks are valid on a calendar year basis (January 1 through December 31). The period for completing a background check for 2018 opened on November 1, 2017. Background checks that were completed before November 1, 2017 will expire on December 31, 2017. Background checks that are completed on or after November 1, 2017 will expire on December 31, 2018.
Click on this link to begin a background check: http://mn-ussf.sportsaffinity.com/reg/index.asp
Use the reference guide if you have questions. Technical questions regarding the process or account information may be directed to the Affinity Sports helpline at 855-703-2578.
For a copy of your background check report, contact The McDowell Agency.
The McDowell Agency, Inc.
1108 N Snelling Ave, St. Paul MN 55108
NON-RESIDENT REFEREE PROCESS
Per United States Soccer Federation (U.S. Soccer), non-United States residents wishing to officiate in the United States must do the following:
The United States Soccer Federation (U.S. Soccer), needs to receive the above mentioned materials no less than two weeks in advance of the first intended officiating date. Information should be submitted to Rachel Lawrence at email@example.com.
The Minnesota State Referee Committee (SRC) is responsible for certifying and re-certifying referees and referee assignors in Minnesota, and for the development of instructors and assessors in Minnesota. A portion of the registration fee paid by each referee is used by the Minnesota SRC to recruit, retain and develop referees, instructors and assessors.
The main communication vehicle used by the Minnesota SRC is its website: www.minnesotasrc.com. This website lists instructions on how referees and referee assignors can become certified (or re-certified) and provides many valuable resources for referees, referee assignors, referee instructors and referee assessors.
State Office: 2660 Matilda St, Roseville MN 55113
|State Referee Administrator (SRA)||Paula Hildmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|State Director of Instruction (SDI)||Doug Marshakemail@example.com|
|State Assignor Coordinator (SAC)||Jim Engelkingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|State Director of Assessment (SDA)||Bob Petersenemail@example.com|
|State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA)||Jon Cookseyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|MSA Representative (Adult Leagues)||Artem Sheremail@example.com|
If you want to know how you can become a certified soccer referee, go to the Minnesota State Referee Committee’s website at www.minnesotasrc.com and click on the “New Referee Info” button along the left side of the home page. This will outline the six simple steps it takes to become a referee.
The SRC also offers Referee Academies. The beginner academy offers high level mentoring and field training. The advanced academy offers high level mentoring, field training and classroom sessions. For more information, please contact the State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA).
Once you have completed those steps, contact your soccer club or clubs in your area to receive game assignments [MYSA Member Clubs]. Select the club in your area, and click the “Club Contacts” link to display information for that club’s referee assignor and/or referee coordinator.