Game Reports and Getting Paid

To get paid for matches you have officiated, please follow these directions for each specific league.

To see the payment schedule for each league, please see the Leagues page.

In the event of any disqualification, penalty for flagrant unsportsmanlike conduct, “bench fouls,” or other misconduct of a serious nature committed by anyone associated with a contest, you must submit a seperate incident report. Once you file your game report, you will be prompted to submit the incident report. Click here to find instructions on how to submit the incident report.


San Francisco Youth Soccer  REC and CCSL Prep

Please make sure you do your job as a referee if not you will not earn your full fee.

Check teams in- Make sure you look at all the passes 

Show up on time and in proper uniform

Fill in all details on your match report. Which teams had STAR referees and the full name of the STAR referee

If you had a change in your referee crew . Need  to know the change and the name of the new person in the crew.

How do I report the score?

Submit a game report on the https://www.pensra.org/index

Who should submit the game report?
Center referees and assistant referees should submit game reports.

When should I submit the game report?
Within 24 hours of the match.  The match report needs to done no later than 9:00 PM Sunday evening for matches played that weekend. Late reports may be fined $5.00. If you do not submit a report within 14 days of the match, you will not get paid.

When do I get paid?
You will receive a check from the San Francisco Youth Soccer within 14 days or less of the match. If you don't receive your check after 14 days, please contact the San Francisco Youth Soccer in writing with the following information: date of the match, time of the match, location of the match.Please make sure you have also send in a W-9 to the league office. Also check the reporting website for this league to make sure your report was filed. If it shows you were were paid and you do not get your check. This means they are still missing your W-9 and or the check was lost in the mail.

Contact address: San Francisco Youth Soccer, 1434 Taraval Street, San Francisco, CA 94116

For more information, please click here.


Central Coast Soccer League (CCSL) And Nor Cal Youth

Please make sure you do your job as a referee if not you will not earn your full fee.

Check teams in- Make sure you look at all the passes 

Show up on time and in proper uniform

Fill in on details on your match report

How do I report the score?
Submit a game report on  http://pensra.org/

Who should submit the game report?

All referees must submit the game report on  https://www.pensra.org/index

If there is a change in the crew on your match you need to send an email to richref2@gmail.com

In the subject line write ( Change on match ###### ). We need this information to update the website.

When should I submit the game report?
Within 24 hours of the match. Late reports may be fined $5.00. 

When do I get paid?
You will be paid via PayPal within 3 to 15 days of filing your match report. If you are not paid within 15 days of filing a report, send an email to Rich Fern that includes the following information: match ######, date of the match, time of the match, location of the match, Playing league If you don't file a report within 7 days of the match, you will not be paid.

 


Golden Gate Women's Soccer League (GGWSL)

Please make sure you do your job as a referee if not you will not earn your full fee.

Check teams in- Make sure you look at all the passes 

Show up on time and in proper uniform

Fill in on details on your match report

How do I report the score?
Submit a game report on the GGWSL site and Pensra

Who should submit the game report?
All referees must submit reports on GGWSL and Pensra

When should I submit the game report?
Within 24 hours of your match. On the GGWSL website and Pensra.  Under referee report you need to enter your name, date and time you filed the report. You can add any additional comments about the match. You must turn the rosters to the league with in 48 hours of the match. If roster is not turned into the league with 3 days you will be fined $5.00 The league tracks all yellow and red cards. If you do not submit a report on the league website you will not get paid. Late reports may be fined $5.00.

When do I get paid?
You will be paid via PayPal within 7 to 14 days of filing your match report. If you are not paid within 21 days of filing a report, send an email to Rich Fern that includes the following information: date of the match, time of the match, location of the match. If you do not let us know you were not paid within the 21 days you will not be paid for the match.

Notes

  • Teams will report scores and goal scorers on the same report. If you see any mistakes, you must correct them. Most of the team's rosters are already in the system.
  • Please enter any misconduct on the report. Yellow cards are tracked in the GGWSL. If you send off someone, you will find the name and address of whom you should send the Send Off Report to.
  • In the comment section of the report, the center referee must enter his/her name, date, time, and particulars of the match, including a thoughtful summary of the match (not just "good game").

San Francisco Public High Schools

Please make sure you do your job as a referee if not you will not earn your full fee.

Show up on time and in proper uniform

Fill in on details on your match report

How do I report the score?
Submit a game report on Arbiter.

Who should submit the game report?

The referee must submit the game report for the match on the Arbiter website.

AR's can enter scores and misconduct in the note's section of the report.

When should I submit the game report?
Same day of the match. Late reports will be fined $10.00. 

When do I get paid?
You will be paid via PayPal within 7 to 15 days of filing your match report. If you are not paid within 21 days of filing a report, send an email to Rich Fern that includes the following information: date of the match, time of the match, location of the match. If you don't file a report within 7 days of the match, you will not be paid.

Comments

  • In referees game report, you must include the particulars of the match, including the details of goals scored, equipment or field issues, cautions, etc. In comments below report misconduct. You should also keep your copy of the roster until the season is over.
  • The AAA has high expectations of players, coaches, and fans regarding sportsmanship-like behavior. In order to monitor these expectations we need your assistance. In the event of any disqualification, penalty for flagrant unsportsmanlike conduct, “bench fouls,” or other misconduct of a serious nature committed by anyone associated with a contest, you must submit a seperate incident report.  Click here to find instructions on how to submit the incident report.

Peninsula Athletic League (PAL), West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL), and West Bay Athletic League (WBAL) High Schools

Please make sure you do your job as a referee if not you will not earn your full fee. 

Show up on time and in proper uniform

Fill in on details on your match report

How do I report the score?
Submit a game report on Arbiter.

Who should submit the game report?
Center referees should submit the game report for SFSRA.

When should I submit the game report?
Same day of the match. Late reports will be fined $10.00. 

When do I get paid?
You will be paid via PayPal within 7 to 14 days of filing your match report. If you are not paid within 21 days of filing a report, send an email to Rich Fern that includes the following information: date of the match, time of the match, location of the match. If you don't file a report within 7 days of the match, you will not be paid.

Notes

  • In referees game report, you must include the particulars of the match, including the details of goals scored, equipment or field issues, cautions, etc. In comments below report misconduct. You should also keep your copy of the roster until the season is over.
  • In the event of any disqualification, penalty for flagrant unsportsmanlike conduct, “bench fouls,” or other misconduct of a serious nature committed by anyone associated with a contest, you must submit a seperate incident report.  Click here to find instructions on how to submit the incident report.