Hudson Valley Soccer Referee Association



A requirement of being a soccer official is to accept or decline your assignments as soon as possible after you receive them. Our assignors work tirelessly, and at times thanklessly, to assign the appropriately experienced official to a particular match. It is imperative that you do your job by responding accordingly.

Please make sure that your availability calendar is updated in Game Officials. The tutorial on how to do that is located in the “HVSRA Member Area” of this website. Most of the leagues that this region serves are assigned through Game Officials. If there are unforeseen events that preclude you from turning a game back, it is your responsibility to contact the lead assignor of that match. It is best to communicate through a phone call. Do not rely on email or text messaging services.

Failure to not take action on an assignment, may eliminate your from your future assignments, so please take your responsibility seriously.

Youth matches are generally assigned by the Thursday prior to scheduled game (and most games are on weekends).  The lead assignor is Cathy Romano (

Adult matches are also assigned through Game Officials, and the assignor is Gallo Trujillo (

Game Reports

Similarly to accepting assignments, if you are officiating any match in the leagues outlined below, you are required to complete and submit a game report. The link to the game report, and instructions on how to complete them are listed below. Each league has different requirements on how and what to complete, but all require a game report.

Failure to not submit a report in a timely fashion, may eliminate you from your future assignments. Please complete your report in a timely fashion.

Reports from games involving red cards, injuries, assault, or other unusual situations (such as improper player passes or forfeits) should be sent to the league officials and the lead assignor should be copied as well.

Issues involving assault on an official must be communicated to the President via a phone call (646.500.3065)  IMMEDIATELY.

Leagues we Serve:


1. You are REQUIRED to email the match’s USSF Referee Report and roster card WITHIN 48 hours of completion of your match.  This is a requirement for ALL EHYSL (U8-U19) travel matches. Email your USSF Referee Report to: Please refer the to EHYSL game operating procedures for additional information on guest players and printed rosters.

2.  All line-up cards must either be scanned and emailed with the USSF Referee Report to that email address.  If for any reason you are unable to scan and email the line-up cards, then the line-up cards MUST be placed in the U.S. mail WITHIN 24 hours of the completion of your match.

3.  If you issue any red cards or there are any potential head trauma involving a player during your match, you MUST retain the player and/or coach pass of the individual(s), and mail it to the EHYSL Office (address:  East Hudson Youth Soccer League, 407 Route 6, Mahopac, NY 10541) WITHIN 24 hours of the completion of your match.


To All Officials working ENYYSA State Cup and Arch Cup 

ALL ENY Youth Soccer Association State Cup and Arch Cup matches MUST have a game report turned in within 48 hours to Melanie Corbett at the ENYYSA Office via email

If you have a RED CARD or Coach Dismissal in the match, the referee report must be turned in within 24 hours to Melanie Corbett  also cc ENY SYRA Lee Suckle and ENYYSA Cup Chairman Burt Wilkes

Use the USSF Game Report and Game Supplemental to complete the report. If you do not have any misconduct or unusual incidents the Supplemental Report is not necessary, BUT you still need to turn in the Referee Report.  

If there is an assault a phone call must be made to ENYYSA Cup Chairman Burt Wilkes 917 207 5966 and ENY SYRA Lee Suckle 516 351 5799

Confirm assignment with Assignor and contact crew members 48 hours before the game. Confirm assignment with the head coach via email or phone 48 hours before the game. 

If you have any questions contact ENY SYRA Lee Suckle or Melanie Corbett ENYYSA Office Cup Staff and we will get you an answer as quickly as possible. Fax 516-678-7411 or by email


Instructions to File an NYCSL/JSS Referee Report
1) Go to NYCSL
a. Do NOT use Safari as it often does not work
2) Open Referee Report
3) Enter Game Number (use the number provided in your assigning system (Assignor, Arbiter, GameOfficials…)
4) You will be asked to sign in using listed information. Do NOT cut and paste as it often does not work.

5) Do not retain passes from cautions or send-offs. Return to coach or manager.
• User Name: referee
• Password: W@yOfLife22

NYCSL & CSSL Assignors,

US Club issued a FINAL WAIVER through September 23, 2018 ONLY allowing coaches and staff members who appear on a team's Official Roster printed from a US Club Soccer registration platform, with NO CARD in the expiration date column, eligible to participate in US Club Soccer sanctioned leagues (NYCSL, CCSL) and NY Cup games.

Waiver does NOT apply to players, PLAYERS ARE REQUIRED to have either pass-cards or be listed on the Westchester Youth Soccer League Line-up Card with Photos.

For those teams with games this weekend, they were advised to PRINT out the attached communication and take it with them to the field. This same information was also shared with the club officials.

Please advise your referees of the waiver for this weekend. Apologies for the late notice, but the letter was just provided.


Field locations and Fees

Field locations are available in GameOfficials (click on the “information” icon to the left of the match listing on your assignment)

If you notice a location that is not current or is incorrect, please send an email to Cathy Romano ( immediately.

EHYSL 2018 game fees


Referee Forms

USSF Registration Form 
USSF Game Report (EHYSL)
USSF Game Report (other leagues)

Referee Report Manual  
For reporting a summary of the match, plus misconduct and unusual incidents. Reports can be saved electronically.


Laws of the Game and League Procedures

Laws of the game

Hudson Valley - Leagues we serve

USSF advice and position papers

Procedural guide