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Washington State Referee Committee

We are the official USSF affiliated soccer referee organization for the state of Washington and are responsible for the administration of the USSF National Program for Referee development, including Administration, Registration, Instruction, Assessment and Assignors within the State of Washington.

Through this site you will be able to become a referee, maintain your referee status and upgrade as a referee.  It will also provide similar support for other USSF roles (e.g. Assignors, Assessors and Instructors).

You will find everything you need to know about your status on the Member Information Page. For currently registered Officials, click LogIn on the far right of the top Menu Bar. If you want to become a Referee, click on the entry in the right sidebar, titled "How to Become a Referee."

Updated 05-01-2013

2017 Washington State / USSF
Assessor & Instructor Clinic (Sunday attendees)

Updated 2-21-2017

Sandy Hunt Awarded the USASA Region IV
2017 Referee Lifetime Achievement Award

Awarded at the USASA Region IV 2017 Hall of Fame Dinner – San Diego, CA 2017-01-07

Tim Busch - Washington Adult Soccer Association President,
Eric Beck - USASA Region IV Referee Coordinator,
Sandy Hunt - USASA Region IV 2017 Referee Lifetime Achievement Award, Member of the US Soccer Referee Committee,
John Motta - USASA President, Chair of the US Soccer Referee Committee,
Jim Kritzberg - Washington State Referee Administrator

Updated 01-11-2017

Washington State Officials at US Soccer National Camp

National Coach Mohammad Zarrabi-Kashani,
National Referees Farhad Dadkho, Joshua Haimes, Chipalo Street, Cephas Quartson,
Levi Rippy, Jeff Arthurholtz, Kelsey Harms, Katja Koroleva and
National Coach Sandy Hunt

Updated 12-22-2016

US Soccer
Development Academy Winter Showcase in FL

Robert Gilbert, Raul Sheran, Sya Magee and Chris Krueger

Updated 12-8-2016

USSF Lifetime Member
Congratulations to Sandy Hunt, FIFA & World Cup Referee, FIFA & World Cup Instructor, FIFA Match Observer, CONCACAF Referee Instructor and National Assessor – Selected by US Soccer as a USSF Lifetime Member

Sandy Hunt

Details of Sandy's Lifetime Member accomplishments and contributions.

Updated 09-04-2016

Update to USSF Recertification Policy

Referees not recertified/reregistered for the next year by June 30 will not be allowed to referee until the following Jan 01 at the very soonest.

This applies to anyone who has ever been a referee at any time in the past. If a referee falls into this category, they are allowed to recertify for the next year in the period between July 01 and Dec 31 but will not be given a badge and not allowed to referee until the following Jan 01.

If you are certified for 2016, you have until June 2017 to recertify for 2017.

This restriction is based on current USSF policy and USSF provide liability insurance.

Updated 08-18-2016

2016 Regionals

WA Referees with Finals at Region IV Championships - Boise

WA Referees at Region IV Championships - Boise

Updated 06-27-2016

WA Referees at Region IV President's Cup - Denver

Jeff Hosking
Mexico vs Chile - International Friendly
San Diego, CA - 06/01/2016

Jeff Hosking is the AR on the left

Updated 06-10-2016

Certification, Re-Certification,
& Upgrade Requirements

The US Soccer Referee Program has recently released new Certification, Re-Certification and Upgrade requirements for all Referee Grades. After much study, communications with the US Soccer Referee Program office and other State Referee Committees, the Washington State Referee Committee has adopted the new requirements effective immediately for the 2014 Registration Year. These new requirements, and any variations from the Referee Program requirements, are detailed under the Administration option of the Main Menu above. Click Certification Requirements (updated 09-02-2016) for a direct link to the page.

This video, Referee Grade Overview, focuses on explaining the different referee grades that U.S. Soccer's program has to offer and the pathway a referee may take to advance to working more competitive games.

In addition, the SRC will often review a referee's "Portfolio" when making decision on who is offered SRC sponsored training & events, assignments and travel. See this document for more information: SRC Portfolio Guidelines

Updated 05-29-2015