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January 2022 Payment

payment January 2022 Payment Direct deposit will be placed in your bank account for those who have direct deposit on 22-1-14 for weekend of 22-1-8 to 22-1...

Recertification for 2022 NOW open

cup RECERTIFICATION for 2022 NOW Open Recertify before December 31st to ensure you will be able to self assign to tournam...

Trias New Referee Clinics March 12, 2022

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Trias New Referee Clinics February 12, 2022

juggle Trias New Referee Clinics February 12th New Referee Clinics: 2/12 at the Tukwila Community Center (12424 42nd Ave S Tu...Going

2022 Recertification

cheer 2022 Recertification Referees, the 2022 Recertification exams are now available online for all referee grades (except state and above-these will be coming soon...

Referee Cold Weather Wear

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umbrella HYPOTHERMIA HYPOTHERMIA HYPOTHERMIA Please read!! This is important for a referee to know-YOU are responsible for the player's safety while they ar...

State Cup Assigning Protocol

cup STATE CUP GAMES ASSIGNING PROTOCOL You MUST be registered for 2022 to be assigned to 2022 matches. Please do not requ...


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 counties would progress to Phase 3 as of May 18, with the goal of full reopening by June 30. For more information on the Roadmap to Recovery, see the original announcement. Updated sporting guidelines were released on March 22. Soccer players are allowed to remove facial coverings for competitions. 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 remove their facial coverings if officiating requires them to run in the field of play. Facial coverings required for indoor for all participants, including coaches, trainers, and officials. RTR PHASE 3 NOTES: Indoor and outdoor training, practices and competitions allowed for soccer, with universal mask requirements for all participants including athletes, officials, coaches, volunteers and spectators unless subject to specific exceptions detailed in this document. See below for specific requirements for facial coverings. All outdoor sports spectators subject to current Healthy Washington guidelines on Spectators. For outdoor competitions without permanent seating; facilities or complexes with more than one field or area of play are allowed a maximum of 150 people per field or area of play, including spectators. All indoor sports spectators subject to 50% capacity or 400-person maximum per room, whichever is lower, all participants including athletes, officials, coaches, volunteers and spectators are to be included in calculating the 400-person maximum. Facilities larger than 100,000 square feet allowed 50% capacity or 600 per room, whichever is lower, and all participants including athletes, officials, coaches, volunteers and spectators are to be included in calculating the 600 person maximum. Spectator groups from 1-10 people allowed in all facilities, but all spectator groups must maintain 6 feet of distance from other spectator groups. For K-12 school sporting activities no concession sales allowed. For non-K-12 indoor sporting activities spectators only allowed to remove their facial coverings when in their seats and actively eating and drinking. Use of locker rooms allowed. If use of locker rooms for changing is necessary, maximize ventilation and use tape, spots, or cones to signal 6 feet of distance for athletes who need to change. Stagger entry to the changing area and use these facilities as appropriate with members of the same group/cohort. Use of showers allowed. If showering is necessary then limit the number of individuals showering to ensure a minimum of 6 feet of separation. Facial Coverings:


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 a...

2021/2022 Law Changes - MUST Reads

cheer 2021/2022 Law Changes - MUST Reads

Match Safety!

umbrella Match Safety No jewelry! All earrings MUST be removed for player safety, not taped but removed. Can't be removed? Then can't play, according to laws of the g...

Direct Deposit

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

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/h...

Return to Play Protocols for Match Officials

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Important Match Information

cheer Important Match Information This is your choice and risk as an independent contractor to decide to officiate this season. If a youth, this should be di...

Welcome to TriasSoccerCentral

 Greater Renton Highline

Welcome to the TriasSoccerCentralTriasSoccerCentral SiteSite on Tuesday, January 18th, 2022. 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 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!