As always, please confirm your assignments with an e-mail to email@example.com by Wednesday night each week. Please confirm as soon as possible, don’t wait for the deadline. Make sure to include at least the number of games you are confirming each day so that I’ll know you have them all when I mark them off. Many of you have lost your games in the fall for not confirming on time. Non confirmations will be replaced without notice and you can be removed from the assignment list completely.
SCSA Field Adminstrator phone number is 316-350-4457. If you are running late (meaning you won’t check in at least 30 minutes before your 1st game of the day) or need to get ahold of the field administrator on duty for any reason, please use this number.
We have more referees this spring season. Your referee performance, attitude, focus, attitude, punctuality, attitude, communication and attitude will have direct impact on the number of games you get in this competitive environment. Did I mention your attitude will be important?
NOTICE: NEW INFO ABOUT CANCELLATIONS! We have many more cancellations that we have had in the past. The league has been paying more cancellations even if they weren’t in within the “rules” to be required to pay. Going forward, the league is going to pay any game that is cancelled after you’ve accepted your assignments – BUT – you must be there to be paid and be available to work a game. So just because your game is cancelled – ignore that. Be there and be ready to work all game times that you confirmed and you’ll either be paid for a game or paid for the cancellation. If you aren’t there you won’t be paid at all.
Wichita Hoops Futsal schedules are published below.
Make sure you take 5pm traffic into account. Plan to be on site by 4:30pm, absolutely no later than 4:45pm. If games start late because of you the entire schedule runs late, there is no make-up time available. If you are late you will be assigned less games in the future. No playing around, no excuses.
All games will be assigned with 2 referees. Payscale is dependent on age of the teams. If you must work a one-man game, you will be paid a $10 bonus for that game.
SCSA Referee Pay – Direct Deposit – NOTE: do not return direct deposit form or W9 tax form to Mark or Rey. We don’t want your personal information. Make sure that you send this directly to the league office.
Even though the new website technically supports e-mail distribution…we have historically used an e-mail distribution list signup that allows you to signup from as many e-mail addresses as you want (work, home, parents, etc).
Most information is posted on the website – but we often have “immediate” info that needs to go out (need a referee for a game that day, etc)….this information is put first on the e-mail distribution list.
2. Fill out the game card with each game you work, turn it into the field marshal after each game. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. Each year we have game cards go missing or go home with referees. If you do not turn in your game card immediately after your game you will not be paid for the game.
3. Keep the “stickers” that are with the game card for each game you work. There should be a sticker for each referee team member.
4. Collect your stickers for the entire weekend and put them on a payment card or paper. Cards will be available at the referee tent for your use.
5. At the END of your schedule, report to the administration tent to confirm your payment amount. The administrator will review your card with you, add up your total and you will sign your card. You must turn in the W9 at this point or your payment will be held until they’ve received a W9 form from you.
6. Challenger sports will mail checks for each signed card that has an accompanying W9 by mid-week.
It was an eventful weekend of refereeing and largely a success. Thank you all for bearing through the weather Saturday. I have seen many of you respond positively to feedback and am thrilled to see you all working on improving your soccer officiating repertoire. Continue reading →
The season is well under way now. The players, coaches, and parents are now going into the second half of their season and things will be getting more and more competitive. We as referees must be up to the challenge and welcome the responsibility of making important decisions in the ‘moments of truth’.Continue reading →