April 22, 2013
PSRA has moved to Go Pay to pay our referees for all Spring and Fall League games. If you already have an account set up, you're all set.
If you DO NOT have a Go Pay account, please set up one now (log on to Game Officials and press MY PAYMENTS). Direct deposit is one option. Or you can choose to receive a check from Go Pay. Any additional cost for payments by check will be at the referee's expense. Don't forget to add your 1099 Authorization.
New Assigning Software
April 2, 2013
Please note we are officially using the Game Official software now. Remove all of your references and bookmarks to UAR. Instead use the Game Official account you created to register for 2013 (see link to Referee Registration for more info) or the account you have always used. Once logged in to Game Officials, select the MY ASSIGNORS under PERSONAL INFO and join the group below (press SHOW to expose entry).
Guest or out of town referees can register for a Game Officials account by clicking here.
Group No.: 1229
Access Code: PSRA
It's up and we have games. Use the SELF ASSIGN feature to get the games. You may need to change the filter for date range.
UAR is being retired and PSRA has moved to Game Officials. Do not use UAR as you will not find games!
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Daily Referee Quiz
From where does a substituted player have to leave the field of play?(a): The halfway line.(b): Anywhere.(c): The touch line.(d): The goal line.
Which of the following is INCORRECT with regard to the throw-in procedure? At the moment of delivering the ball, the thrower must:(a): Face the field of play.(b): Use both hands.(c): Deliver the ball from just above his head. (d): Have part of each foot either on the touch line or on the ground outside the touch line.
All offences relating to the throwing of objects (or the ball) are sanctioned by...(a): a sending off.(b): a sending off, a caution or no disciplinary action.(c): a sending off or a caution.(d): a caution.
A player, not the goalkeeper, in his own penalty area, deliberately plays the ball with his hand, trying to prevent it going to an opponent. What should the referee do if he is unsuccessful?(a): The referee applies advantage, and the player is sent off during the next stoppage in play.(b): The referee stops play, awards a penalty kick and cautions the player for unsporting behaviour.(c): The referee applies advantage and verbally cautions the player during the next stoppage in play.(d): He lets play continue.