Welcome to the SFSRA web site, the premier resource for soccer referees throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area, California North, and beyond.
Current News and Events
It's Time to Register for 2016
Did you register for 2016 yet ?
Registration is currently open to renew your badge for 2016. The process has changed this year and registration must be done through GameOfficials.net. The CNRA wesbite has excellent instructions on how to renew your badge, so click here to start the process.
Filing San Francisco High School Disqualification (red card) Reports
There is a new website for filing disqualification reports for San Francisco Unified School District matches. Please go to http://www.cifsf.org/incident-form.html
High School Rules Changes for 2015-2016
High school is starting up again and the NFHS has published their rules changes for the upcoming season. Be sure to check them out before the test and before you hit the pitch. Click here to see the changes.
Assigning Referees Just Got Easier
Assignors can contact us to use SFSRA.ORG to collect referee data, including referee availability and game reports. Assignors can use game report data to generate invoices for leagues and to pay referees. Furthermore, Assignors can put on their League Administrator hats and make reports from the game data, including league standings, misconduct reports, and top goal scorers. Say "Red Card" to stamps, paper, and U.S. Mail delays! SFSRA.ORG makes your job as Assignor or Administrator much easier.
SFSRA Pays Referees Instantly
The SFSRA is the first referee association in the country to pay referees by email! SFSRA selects PayPal as its electronic payment service provider. Read details.
SFSRA Store Open for Business
Use your PayPal account or credit card (VISA or MasterCard) to purchase items from our online store. Let's go shopping!
Looking for Assignments?
The SFSRA assigns referees for several leagues in the San Francisco Bay Area. Get more information about how to get assigned or submit your availability.
Looking for Referees for Your League?
You've taken on the role to find referees to officiate your games, but you don't know what to do next. We're here to help! Read details about how SFSRA provides professional referee services to leagues and clubs.
Soccer Fields - Maps and Directions
Where the heck is Morton Field? Where do I park my car for the Polo Fields? Get maps and directions to all the soccer fields in San Francisco.
How Do I Become a Referee?
Read information for becoming a referee, no matter what your situation.
You may contact the SFSRA to become an associate by providing us with your contact information and questions.
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