Single Referee Call-In: 310-955-9905 option 1: Referees assigned to single (1 referee) matches must call-in at least 1 hour, but no earlier than 4 hours, before the match start time so the Assignor knows that all single referee matches are being covered. If the Assignor does not receive the call in, the Assignor will look for a replacement referee who will be sent to the pitch and the referee who failed to call in will forfeit the referee fees to the other referee. Additional details are in the Association Guidelines under VII. AVAILABILITY AND MATCH ASSIGNMENTS, Confirming coverage for single-referee assignments.
Referee Reports: As the Referee, it is a requirement that you fill out a Referee Report which is available as PDF fillable form and send it to our Member-at-Large within 24 hours of issuing any red card (send-off) in any of your matches or any time you terminate a match or anytime there is a serious injury. Click here to access the Referee Report form and for additional information on how to submit the form to the MAL.
League Point of Contacts: The SBSRA league Point Of Contact is listed below for each league. These POCs are available to answer any questions about the applicable leagues which are not related to assigning or red card/send-offs. Those questions should go to the SBSRA Assignor or MAL.
Assigning Overview : A great description about the SBSRA assigning process
When determining the age group for a season, the year the season ends should be used for determining the birth year. Also note that the format “U followed by age” really means that age and younger. For example, U8 should be read as 8 and younger.
Southern California Development Soccer League (DSL) (SBSRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz)