Steps to Become a Referee:
- To become a referee you must attend a referee clinic and pass the exam with 75% or better.
Please click here for a schedule of referee clinics.
- Returning referees must attend a re-certification clinic every year.
Please click here for a schedule of re-certification clinics.
- Once you pass your clinic you must register as a referee in GotSoccer: CLICK HERE.
- You must attend the Mandatory Referee Meeting before the season starts and fill out the proper paperwork or you can not get paid.
Please make sure your contact information is up to date. We use EMAIL for all communications. If we don’t have an up-to-date email for you then you are not receiving information or updates from us. Please update your contact information here: GotSoccer
Mandatory Referee Meetings and Employment Information
Mandatory Referee meetings will be held at the MSA office.
Spring Meetings are held in February, Fall Meetings are held in August. Please see details below.
“New” Referee Meeting:
Tuesday 2/13/18, 6:30 – 7:30pm
Grade 8 and 9 Referee Meeting:
Thursday 2/15/18, 6:30 – 7:30pm
Grade 7 (or those wanting to be a Grade 7) Referee Meeting:
Thursday 2/15/18, 7:45 – 8:45pm
Referees must attend a mandatory meeting before each season. If you missed the referee meeting and you are a new referee with MSA, then you will need to print the W-9, Referee Form, and the Authorization for Direct Deposit form, then mail the completed forms to:
MSA Referee Assignor
1650 W. Virginia St. Suite 110, McKinney, TX 75069
If you are a returning referee and miss the mandatory meeting, print the Referee Form (must be completed each season) and mail it to the above address.
The McKinney Soccer Association has been promoting and growing the game of soccer in McKinney since its formation over 30 years ago. The association is controlled by a board of directors which meets once a month to ensure that both, the Spring and Fall soccer seasons run smoothly. We also have a small office staff to manage daily operations and help to coordinate between players, parents, and board members in solving issues.