LWYSA Referees
LWYSA Referees

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Welcome to Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association's Referee Program Home Page. LWYSA serves the Lake Washington School District community in King County, Washington. We assign referees for LWYSA's programs.

If you are interested in becoming a referee click on Information, go to FAQ and read the requirements under New Referee.

If you are a USSF Licensed RefereeTerm and are interested in working for LWYSA click on Logon and follow the instructions under Register.

If you are a current LWYSA referee you can access the secure portions of our website by clicking Logon and identifying yourself using your site name and password. Please remember to log off when you are finished with your session.

Coaches, Parents, and Players: Under Information you can learn the rules of the game, access U10-U12 game schedules, check U10-U12 team's standings and even file a referee evaluation. You can also find field locations throughout the association.

Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you were successful in locating the information you were seeking. If you have questions or comments about using this SiteTerm, or are experiencing difficulties using this site, please send a note to refereewebmaster@lwysa.org. For all other questions or issues related to the referee program, please send a note to refereewebmaster@lwysa.org.

What's New?
Tuesday June 12th, 2018
* Reffing in Summer - While LWYSA won't have games until September, once summer starts, there are tournaments at 60 Acres. The referee group that assigns referees for the tournaments is EKCSRA. Their website is www.ekcsra.org.More
Tuesday September 26th, 2017
* U11 OFFSIDE - The State Referee Committee sent an email to all referees that is creating some confusion about U11, the build-out line, and offside. To be very clear - LWYSA's U11 recreational games are played under Washington Youth Soccer rules. These rules, which reflect the US Soccer Federation's Player Development Initiative, say that, in deviation from the FIFA Laws of the Game, a player cannot be in an offside position until they have passed the Build Out Line. Some select and premier teams play in leagues that play under US Club Soccer rules. They are different.

LWYSA's recreational matches for U10-U12 play under the rules linked here ->More