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December Payment

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November Payment

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Trias New Referee Clinics November 13th

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October Payment

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Trias New Referee Clinics December 4th

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cheer WYS NEW MASKPOLICY Return to Play Protocol Update for WYS Games - CURRENT PHASE 3 REGIONS: ALL Governor Inslee announced on May 13 that all ...


cheer SSUL NEW MASKPOLICY Return to Play Protocol Update for SSUL Games - All SSUL Counties in Phase 3 Based on updated status from Gov. Inslee and Washington State Department of Health released earlier this week all counties with the SSUL have been moved into Phase 3. Washington Youth Soccer and the SSUL have updated our protocol to reflect these changes. Soccer players are allowed to remove facial coverings when actively playing in soccer games. Facial coverings must be worn by athletes when training or when not actively competing in a game or match against another team or when on the bench waiting to play. Coaches, trainers, and officials must wear face coverings at all times, UNLESS they are fully vaccinated. Officials and referees are allowed to remove their facial coverings if officiating requires them to run in the field of play. Masks must be worn by players at all times when in a practice or training session. Really important to note that some cities, counties, or school districts may have different rules around masks. We all need to respect these local rules. We need to ensure our parents and fellow coaches respect these rules when traveling to other locations. Failure to follow these rules could put teams’ and clubs' access to soccer at risk. YOU as a coach need to ensure your player and parents follow these rules. Please be respectful of the local referees and any guidance they provide. To reach more about Washington Youth Soccer’s Return To Play Protocol please visit the following website. Please keep your players and families informed and make the return to play fun for all! Thank you, South Sound United League

2021/2022 Law Changes - MUST Reads

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Match Safety!

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Direct Deposit

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Payment Policy

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Return to Play Protocols for Match Officials

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Important Match Information

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Welcome to TriasSoccerCentral

 Greater Renton Highline

Welcome to the TriasSoccerCentralTriasSoccerCentral SiteSite on Tuesday, December 7th, 2021. We provide USSF Referee services to the Greater Renton, and Highline Soccer Associations in the general vicinity of Renton, Washington in the NorthWest corner of the continental United States. If you'd like a little more background information about us, check out the Information segment of our Site.


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We hope to see you on the pitch this weekend!