Referee Evaluation Become a Referee Oregon Soccer Central
Lane County Soccer Referees Association (LCSRA), was formed in 1982 to service the game of soccer in Eugene. As the years have gone by, LCSRA has grown and become one of the strongest associations in the state of Oregon. We are proud of who we are and work hard to continue to be one of the best associations in the state. Game assignments are normally made through the Oregon Soccer Central (OSC) website.
Read through the information on our site. Hopefully, any questions you might have will be covered. If not, please do not hesitate to ask any current member or contact the commissioner (Cindy Wilgus). Remember, we are a team, and must all work together on or off the playing field. We hope your refereeing experience will be positive and most of all FUN!!
Commissioner and Board of Directors
Most payments for LCSRA referees are processed by OSC. Go to OSC then click on My Info then Payment Preferences to sign up for direct deposit. The referee pay system for Oregon Soccer Central was updated in January 2021. Direct deposits now come from S-Pay, Inc. New W9 forms are required for everyone. See Announcements at OSC for more information.
Each league and event is different. Referees must submit game reports for most games before payment is processed. Go to OSC and click on My Info then Payment Preferences then List of Orgs then the league or event to get information on the Assignment Method and Referee Payments.
Here are some of the major leagues and events for Lane County:
LCSRA – High School, City League, Kidsports, Tournaments – Payments are processed approximately twice per month. A cutoff date is determined then amounts are verified and direct deposits are sent. A fee of 8% is withheld from the game fee. Assignor is Jonathan Siegle.
TTL-Eugene – Payments are processed approximately twice per month. A cutoff date is determined then amounts are verified and direct deposits are sent. A fee of 4% is withheld from the game fee. Assignor is Cindy Wilgus.
Other Tournaments – Direct deposits normally arrive in 7 to 10 days.
Go to OSC and click on Money to check payment history.
ETFC 3v3 – Checks are written on site at the tournament desk.
Kidsports – Kidsports schedules some games without going thru LCSRA. Adam Wilgus is the Director of Officials for Kidsports. Checks are written by Kidsports, Adam will notify refs by email, and the checks are available for pickup at their Civic Park office – 2054 Amazon Parkway.
Recertification Registration for 2022:
The process for referees to complete recertification registration has changed.
Oregon Referee Committee is not charging the $20 late fee after November 30 .
In previous years referees completed a form and sent the form/check to the Oregon Referee Committee.
Recertification registration is now done thru the US Soccer Digital Learning Center.
Go to OregonReferee.com
Returning Referees click on Registration
Click on the registration designation: Grassroots Referee
Log into the US Soccer Digital Learning Center
Pay the fees for course – Grassroots Referee Certification – Oregon ($65)
Complete all the assignments:
- Background screening
- SafeSport Training
- Introduction to Safe and Healthy Playing Environments
- Grassroots Refresher
- 2021-22 Laws of the Game Update
- Recertifying Grassroots Referee Quiz (must get 50 questions correct to “pass”)
When you satisfy all assignments you will receive an email with your Grassroots Referee License.
Badges should arrive in 3 to 4 weeks.