What's New?
February Payments

payment February Payment

Direct deposit (if you have direct deposit) will be place into your account on February 7th for 20-2-2matches: HSA Select, HPFC, and Southlake...

1099s in the mail

cheer 1099's in the Mail

1099s were mailed from the post office on January 30th, from the Covington post office. Thank you.

2020 Pro Clinic

Pro Clinic 2019

Grade 7+ and up Referees, all Assessors and Instructors,

Perhaps you have already signed up for the 2020 Pro Clinic - March 2nd & 3rd at...

2020 Sounders Day-April 6th

Sounders Day 2020

2020 Sounders Day on Sunday March 21st
Pre-register on the SRC website (

It will be epic.
Bottom line... Be ...

Trias and SKCSRA New Referee Clinic 20-2-29

juggle Trias New Referee Clinic

Saturday, February 29th, Trias will host a new referee grade 8 clinic from 9:00am-2pm at Tukwila Community Center in T...Going


Please read!!

This is important for a referee to know-YOU are responsible for the player's safety while they are playing on your field. Watch for a skilled player who suddenly is uncoodinated/confused/"drunk" in appearance. Look for this after very active play-players overheats (all those layers of clothes-sweats)now stands and goes into hypothermia condition. This player needs to be under coaches care immediately! and often the new coaches won't recognize the medical condition-but you MUST, referees. So please read the following carefully.

Hypothermia is a medical emergency that occurs when your body loses heat faster than it can produce heat, causing a dangerously low body temperature. Normal body temperature is around 98.6 F (37 C). Hypothermia (hi-po-THUR-me-uh) occurs as your body temperature passes below 95 F (35 C).

When your body temperature drops, your heart, nervous system and other organs cannot work correctly. Left untreated, hypothermia eventually leads to complete failure of your heart and respiratory system and to death.

Hypothermia is most often caused by exposure to cold weather or immersion in a cold body of water. Primary treatments are methods to warm the body back to a normal temperature.

Shivering is your body's automatic defense against cold temperature — an attempt to warm itself. Constant shivering is a key sign of hypothermia. Signs and symptoms of hypothermia include:

■Clumsiness or lack of coordination
■Slurred speech or mumbling
■Confusion or difficulty thinking
■Poor decision making, such as trying to remove warm clothes
■Drowsiness or very low energy
■Apathy, or lack of concern about one's condition
■Progressive loss of consciousness
■Weak pulse
■Shallow breathing
A person with hypothermia usually isn't aware of his or her condition, because the symptoms often begin gradually and because the confused thinking associated with hypothermia prevents self-awareness..

In such cases, mild hypothermia may result in vague symptoms, and the typical shivering may not be present at all. Symptoms of mild hypothermia not related to extreme cold exposure may include:

■Lack of coordination
■Nausea or vomiting

2020 Recertification

cheer 2020 Recertification

Referees, the 2020 Recertification exams are now available online for all referee grades (except National and above). You can access the e...

Rules of Competition urls

cup Rules of Competition URLS

RCL Rules of Competition:


Referee Cold Weather Wear

umbrella Referee Cold Weather

Long black warm-ups or USSF warm-ups are encouraged. NO team information on either jacket or pants. Black beanie caps, war...

Direct Deposit

payment DirectDeposit

Trias will pay with Direct Deposit weekly if the official has their bank information posted under services/profile/preferences. Remember the acco...

Payment Policy

payment Payment Policy

All referees must submit their match and misconduct reports within 48 hours (by Tuesday night). If a referee has not submitted their report, s/he ...

Welcome to TriasSoccerCentral

 Greater Renton Highline

Welcome to the TriasSoccerCentralTerm SiteTerm on Wednesday, February 19th, 2020. 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.


Navigation around and about our website is done by clicking on any of the active hyperlinks that look like this, the active graphical elements you'll find distributed throughout the site, or via the Table of Contents which appears at the left edge of virtually all the website pages. It is also possible to return to this home page at any time by clicking on our Logo in the upper left corner of any of the site's pages.

If you are a current TriasSoccerCentralTerm participant, you can logon to the site by identifying yourself on our Logon page. Once successfully logged on, you'll be able to interact with www.TriasSoccerCentral.orgTerm and obtain access to the information that is appropriate for your involvement with our efforts.

We hope that you are successful at locating the information you are seeking here on our site or wherever your travels through the World Wide Web may take you.

In the mean time:

We hope to see you on the pitch this weekend!