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Welcome to the home on the World Wide Web for the PCSRA (Pierce County Soccer Referees Association) on Thursday, January 18th, 2018.

The action never ends!

PCSRA serves soccer competitions in Pierce County in Washington State including adult amateur, high school, and youth Leagues. This includes assigning licensed Referees, managing schedules, and all activities related to supporting these efforts.

You can navigate through and around this site by selecting (clicking on) any of the active hyperlinks that appear like this or the various graphical images you'll see. Click on the Information area to review the information that we have available for the general public.

If you are a current PCSRA participant, you can access the private portion of our website by clicking Logon.

In the meantime, we hope to see you on the Pitch in the near future!
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2018 PCSRA Meetings
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Regular Board Meetings are held the second (2nd) MONDAY of the month EXCEPT FOR MAY, JUNE AND JULY.
Special Board Meetings are called by the President. These meetings are at the Poodle Dog restaurant in Fife at 7pm.

Regular Membership Meetings are held every third (3rd) MONDAY of the month EXCEPT FOR JUNE and JULY. The topic of the Membership Meeting will be posted on WHAT'S NEW in advance of the meeting. These meetings are at Tower Lanes in Tacoma.

Special Membership Meetings are called using the same criteria as Special Board Meetings and will also be posted on WHAT'S NEW.

Thursday January 18th, 2018
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Did you know that the Sounders S2 squad is moving their home to Cheney Stadium in Tacoma? We think it would be great to support the team - the season starts in March. See more info here: https://www.soundersfc.com/s2

Tuesday January 16th, 2018
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PCSRA Board elections were held on 1/15 - please check out the Information => Key Personnel tab on the left to see the list of new Officers. Good luck for a successful year, everyone!

Status of RMA clearances
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We have received the following statement from Washington Youth Soccer regarding RMA clearances: Effective immediately USSF registered referees, assignors, assessors, instructors and referee administrative staff who are in good standing with the Washington State Referee Committee (SRC) are no longer required to have current Washington Youth Soccer (WYS) Risk Management Application (RMA) clearance.

This requirement changed as soon as the SRC could show 100% control over who can be registered as a referee which includes passing both the SRCs and the USSF Legal Department's RMA program.

Wednesday January 10th, 2018
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PAYMENTS

DIRECT DEPOSIT
(Allow 3 business from the date below for it to show up in your bank account)
12/18-12/31 - No games
12/1-12/17 game - paid December 26th

NOTE: if you did not complete your match report on time, your payment may fall in the next payment cycle

CHECKS
(Checks are only mailed once per month on the 17th)
(If you are not signed up for Direct Deposit 3 days before Pay date, you will get a check)
12/1-12/17 game - mailed on December 26th
11/1-11/30 games - mailed on December 26th

NOTE: if you did not complete your match report on time, your payment may fall in the next payment cycle

Wednesday January 10th, 2018
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You can now pull your 1099 directly from PCSRA.org by logging in and then clicking on the link that says "accounting." Then click on "Form 1099" and pick the date 2017. This is your official document for the IRS.

PCSRA is only required to report income for referees that is $600 or more.

NO 1099 will be mailed this year. If you want a copy mailed, I need an email from you requesting a mailed copy to pcsratreas@gmail.com

WYS League Rules of Competition
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Newly posted: WA Youth Soccer League Rules of Competition.Going

WA State PDI Rules
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Newly posted: WA State PDI rules.Going

HS Post Season Application Form
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If you are interested in doing post-season HS games, download the form from the documents section of the PCSRA website and/or contact Joe Tompkins, then send the completed form to Joe for consideration. If you wish to advance your officiating skills this, is a way to give notice of that intent.