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Thursday March 2nd, 2023

Referees -

A note from Aidon Jennery, NorCal Premier State Referee Coordinator{p] NorCal Premier Soccer Spring League about to start, it is a good time to provide an update on a couple of items along with other information.

Referee Newsletter

The NorCal Referee newsletter is out! Please review:
We hope to publish a new newsletter fairly frequently - about once a month while Spring and Fall League matches are being played. The latest Newsletter will always be available at that link.

. Referee Webinar

The Referee Webinar scheduled for Monday, March 13 at 7:00 PM. It will cover various topics including game cards, player passes, send-off reports, incident reports and other off and on-field items. All assignors and referees are encouraged to attend and the information below is also in the Newsletter. Registration is required for this webinar:

After registering, a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar will be sent.

NorCal / CNRA Partnership

NorCal Premier Soccer and California North Referee Administration (CNRA) recently announced a strategic partnership to increase referee development opportunities for soccer referees in Northern California:

Unregistered Referees

Assigned referees must be USSF registered for 2023.
Referees who need to register for 2023, instructions can be found here:

Unregistered referees can cause penalties to be levied against the hosting club, including fines and match forfeiture.

Referee Reporting

Rreferees must understand their reporting responsibilities. If a referee sends off (red card) a player, coach or other credentialed team personnel they must submit a send off report within 24 hours:

If something unusual occurs in a match the referee must submit an incident report within 24 hours:

What’s unusual? Serious injury, early match termination/abandonment (for any reason), fight, mass confrontation, spectators on the field, unsafe field conditions, teams attempting to play suspended players, anything else that isn’t normal, expected or wanted in a soccer match!
Failure to report can cause penalties to be levied against the hosting club, including fines.

Summer Referee Clinic

We are excited to offer a referee summer camp program for youth that want to become referees. June 19-June 24 9 AM - 4 PM McCoppin Square in San Franciso Registration opens in March. August 7 - August 11 Times and Location to be Determined On the SF PenninsulaGoing

Welcome to Peninsula Soccer Referees Association .  We are one of several websites that share soccer referee resources in Northern California.
           The Peninsula Soccer Referee Association serves San Mateo & San Francisco Counties.
           The East Bay Referee Association serves portions of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
           TheAssignor serves portions of Solano, Yolo and Sacramento Counties.
           The Northern California Soccer Referees (tentative other name - still being chosen) serves other localities.

Click here to Logon. ... Click here to Register .

After logging in, visit Referee:FAQ to learn how the website works. Lost? Return to this home page by clicking on the logo in the upper left corner.

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2023 Referee Registration with CNRA/USSF is OPEN !

More Info from Website->


"How to" Everything Pensra

Just released - a series of How to navigate Pensra videos - made by a youth referee for youth referees.   Over 20 different topics.   Each one is just a  minute or two long.  Access the intro topics here!

How to Navigate Pensra Videos

Evaluate Referee Performance

Let us know how our referees are performing. Go to Information:Evaluation