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Misconduct Reports

Referees are required to submit a Referee Misconduct Report of any send-offs of players, team officials or spectators that occur in Section 1 play within 24 hours.

Incident Report Form

An AYSO Incident Report Form is used whenever there is a personal injury, damaged property or threats of or actual physical violence surrounding an AYSO game, practice, event or property. The form should be prepared by the coach, AYSO Official, or AYSO Volunteer or tournament or event staff members. Instructions are included within the linked document. Answers to frequently asked questions regarding soccer accidents may be found on the AYSO insurance website.

AYSO Referee Feedback Form

An online Referee Feedback Form is provided so that you might help our referees improve their knowledge and skills. Please feel free to offer your comments, be they praise or suggestions for improvement. If you prefer, you may use this PDF version of the feedback form.

AYSO Forms for Referees, Instructors and Assessors

The AYSO National forms reference contains most of the forms Referees, Instructors and Assessors will need in the course of their duties.

Referee Videos

AYSO YouTube Playlist

Exclusive content from AYSO on YouTube channel.

Ken Aston Speaks…

In the United States, we often hear Law 11 referred to as the “Offsides” (with a trailing “s”) law.  However, this is incorrect as Ken Aston explains.

Soccer is a universal language as Ken Aston explains.

USSF & AYSO Videos

Published by US Soccer Foundation & AYSO, these videos are a trove for instructors.

ProReferees Play of the Week Library

Published by ProReferees.com, this library presents the play of the week for the current season.

Referee Signals

Proper signaling is important for officials at all levels of the game. The specific signals used by the referee are intended to communicate decisions and instructions so it’s vital that these signals be performed clearly and accurately. U.S. Soccer recommends that referees of all levels follow these guidelines to provide consistency and clarity when delivering information and directions to other members of the officiating team, players, substitutes, team officials, and even spectators.

Great new videos on the Duties and Mechanics of Referees and Assistant Referees

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2058 N. Mills Ave. #506 
Claremont, California 91711

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