U.S. Soccer Licensed Referee Assignors
List of Referee Assignors (as of 8-29-2023)
Assignor Code Of Conduct
Assignors have a duty to ....
- Maintain the utmost respect for referees and other officials of the game and I will conduct myself honorably at all times.
- Make the assignments based on what is good for the game and what is good for the referee.
- Reflect credit upon the organization.
- Contribute to the continuous development of referees in the National Referee Development Program.
- Conduct myself ethically and professionally in the assignment process.
- Respect the rights and dignity of all the referees and not criticize them unless it is in private, constructive, and for their benefit.
- Offer equal opportunity to all quality referees and not discriminate against or take undue advantage of any individual or group on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
- Cooperate fully in the timely resolution of any grievance hearing or complaint.
- Safeguard the confidentiality of the U.S. Soccer registered referee list.
- Give priority to U.S. Soccer affiliated games when assigning games.
- Follow U.S. Soccer's Priority of Assignment policy.
Out Of State Referees Wanting To Referee In Indiana
All out of state referees wishing to referee games in Indiana:
- Must be a current USSF registered referee
- Must meet the criminal background requirements of the competition authority and of Indiana Soccer
- Must complete the following form so that an account can be created for you in GotSport (statewide assignment system).
- You no longer need permission from your SRA to officiate in Indiana. If your licenses can be verified in the U.S. Soccer Learning Center, you'll be instantly approved. If not, we'll need to get an email from your SRA, SYRA, or Registrar confirming your current:
- valid background check (using the USOPC standard),
- "SafeSport" and "Intro to Safe and Healthy Playing Environments" licenses, and
- Grassroots or Regional Referee License