DAYTON AREA SOCCER OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION
The purposes of this Association are:
- To improve and promote the proficiency of soccer officials;
- To promote and maintain the highest degree of soccer officiating by following a standard set of mechanics, consistent interpretation and administration of the rules of soccer as defined by affiliated organizations;
- To provide trained, certified and capable officials;
- To cooperate with organizations and institutions officially related to the game of soccer and furthering its interests and ideas.
2017 Grade 7, 6 and Emeritus Referee Re-certification & Upgrade
Saturday February 4, 2017
8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Greene County Media Room, 595 Ledbetter Rd., Xenia
Must pre-register: (CLICK HERE)
Must complete this online test a bring a completed answer sheet to the clinic.
Clinic Schedule of Events
FIFA FUTURO Clips On-Line
IFAB Law Changes On-Line
State Referee ReCert Test On-Line
Registration: Ken Baldeosingh
100% Misconduct Cory Richardson
IFAB Laws Changes Charlie Keaney
FIFA FUTURO Clips Matt Fotia
Referees of Year Award Mike Goenner
Conselyea Award Mike Goenner
2017 AGM (Annual General Meeting) Jan. 21
The AGM will be Saturday January 21 from 11:30-1:30 at Alter High School in the cafeteria (following the Grade 8 re-certification clinic).
Food and drinks will be provided. Food will start being served at 11:30 with the meeting to start at 11:45. There will be elections, a special guest speaker, prizes and more. This is a great way to do your recert and come to the AGM. If you have not joined DASOA yet you can join online at www.dasoa.org, or you can pay your dues at any recertification or the AGM.
Please RSVP for the AGM by emailing DASOA Assignor at email@example.com by Jan. 15.
USSF re-cert classes
If you have not re-certified for the 2017 season, see the OSSRC calendar here for dates and times.
Become a USSF referee (and encourage others to be one too)
Ohio South is always looking for new referees.We want you to join that list or encourage others to join the ranks.
Do you know the FIFA law changes for 2017?
As we approach the 2017 spring season, it's important to understand the law changes and overall review the Laws of the Game. Here are two links that can help with that provided by OSSRC.
2017 Laws of the Game - Full book
2017 Laws of the Game - IFAB/OSSRC changes
2016 Fall Season
Download a copy here
ASSIGNOR INFORMATION / WHO TO CONTACT:
DASOA DUES FOR 2017
The amount is $40 over 21 years old, $20 for under 21 years old (includes late fee for after March 1).
Payment options are:
1. Credit Card payment via (Paypal option below). Note: Does not require you have a Paypal account.
2. Send payment via mail to:
PO Box 341436
Membership dues can now be paid via PayPal/credit card:
Referees wishing to continue as a member of DASOA must pay their dues. You can bring payment to any USSF recertification clinic, DASOA annual general meeting, or mail to Steve Wetzel (see address above).
To become a member, please download and complete the following Membership Application.
Rules Variations For 2016 Fall Season
Here is the Rules Variations file for the spring season. Make sure you have the most up-to-date version with you at the games.
Please download and print it now!
Weather delays 101: what you need to know
If your complex is closed the league will notify us, we will then close the field for the game in the game scheduling system and the refs on the game will get an email notification. We also use a text message system from RainedOut that will send a text message if you are signed up to receive them. You would need text the word DASOA to the number 84483 and then you will start receiving the text messages. If your game has not been postponed/cancelled/or field closed then you need to report to your game 30 minutes prior. You need to be listening for thunder and scanning for lightening. If either is seen or heard you must start the 30 minute delay and restart that 30 minutes every time you see lightening or hear thunder. It is up to the referee to call the game on site. Please look at your rules variation spreadsheet for your games league to follow the correct procedure for inclement weather.
People say you're nuts for being a referee?
An article recently published in Soccer America says they're right. Here's a humerous look at the world of a soccer referee: http://www.socceramerica.com:80/article/45555/referees-are-we-all-nuts.html