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 Referee 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 Site, or are experiencing difficulties using this site, please send a note to . For all other questions or issues related to the referee program, please send a note to .
|Tuesday April 1st, 2014|
||SPRING TRAINING PROGRAM is here, with first matches beginning April 16. These matches are ideal for new referees. We'll allow signing up 3 weeks out - so the first week's matches are available. If you plan to work these matches, please try to sign up as soon as possible. You MAY experience mysterious messages about your referee license. If so, just send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get it sorted out. IMPORTANT - if you do take these assignments, please remember to read the guidelines for STP. This first week, you'll be pretty limited while word gets out and everybody gets a chance to sign up.|
|Wednesday May 8th, 2013|
||WE NEED REFEREES! |
Thinking about being a ref for LWYSA? LWYSA is always in search of folks willing to help out by being a referee. Here's a starting point to get answers to your common questions or concerns...
Common Questions-->Click here
Why be a ref?-->Click here
Most referee classes are held in the Spring and Summer. Watch here for class information, or check the Washington State Referee site for a complete list of WA State Entry Level clinics. Note: For classes after June 30, be sure to change "Badge Year" to 2014. You may attend classes anywhere, but to find close by classes, we are "District 2 - East King County".