Referee Clinics

How to Become a Referee

 

To become a referee for PYSA, you need to sign up for, attend, and successfully complete a referee training program. 

 

NTSSA and its member associations offer two entry level programs for individuals interested in becoming a referee.

 

You can find more information on referee clinics and schedules on the NTSSA Referees page.

 

Check out the NTSSA Event Calendar for clinic dates (Filter By: Referee Clinics).

 

 

REFEREE MEETING

 

PYSA Grade 8 Clinic is August 9-11th

 

Friday and Saturday will be held at Collin College in section B 124. 

August 9th           6pm-10pm

August 10th         8am -5pm

 

Sunday

August 11th      1pm-6pm

Field work is at Highpoint H and then to Southfork in the Chinaberry Room. 

 

 

PYSA is holding its "All Referee Meeting" Saturday  August 24, 2013 at Collin College off of Spring Creek and Jupiter in Conference Center section C from 8:30am-1:30pm.

 

 


Women's Referee Scholarship Program

 

Ladies, check out the Women's Referee Scholarship Program offered by NTSSA!!  What a great way to get started!

 

 

 

Age Requirements/Fees

 

NTSSA Event Calendar

 

Pay Rates

 

Referee Awards

 

Referee Committee

 



PYSA Rec Rules

 

PPL Rules

 

FIFA Laws of the Game

 

FIFA Laws Made Easy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNITY


 

Have a question for us?  Ask PYSA!

 

 

We're all friends here! Parents and coaches at all PYSA activities are responsible for following the NTSSA Coaches Code of Ethics and Parents' Code of Conduct.

 

 

PYSA is always looking for more helpers!! Learn more about how to become a Volunteer!

 

 

We love pets, but not on our fields. To see why, check out the PYSA Rules. (Recreational | Competitive)