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Welcome To The SCOG Officials Page

Hello Soccer Club of Guilford Officials!

Below is significant amount of information for your use.

Please read before contacting us. 

On This Page:


Register Here To Become A Soccer Club of Guilford Referee

Below is a quick and easy Google Form for you to provide your basic contact and referee information. 
There are 3 pages of simple information. 
Until you click the Submit button on the 3rd page, you are not complete and we do not have your information. 


SCOG Referee Assigning and Payments

Each Individual Must Complete The Form Above. Once the form above is complete, please email the SCOG Treasurer at [email protected]. The SCOG Treasurer will then create a profile for you in Stack Officials. 

Youth Officials: Please make sure when you are creating your learning center profile in US soccer you enter an email address for yourself. Please do not use your parents email. There is a place in your Learning Center Profile to have both your email and your parents email. Please set it your profile with both of those emails. Both the Soccer Club of Guilford Treasurer and Referee Assigner appreciate working directly with the youth referee rather than their parents. Referees that can have a conversation and work with us about setting up their profiles, show the necessary skills required to manage parents, players and coaches at a game.

Stack Officials(SO) is the software used by the SCOG for Referee Assigning, Payments and end of year 1099 processing. After you email the SCOG Treasurer and your SO profile is created, you will be sent an email. This email will have the instructions and sign in information for SO. When you are setting up your SO Profile please remember these important items
 - The First Name, Last Name and Email address you used on the form above will be used to create your SO profile. They MUST match your US Soccer Learning Center Profile. 
 - You must enter your USSF ID on your profile.
 - You must enter your banking information in order to be paid. 
 - You must enter your tax W9 information for end of year processing. 

SO is the system that will notify you of your Game Assignments. You Must Accept your Games in order to be paid. You also have the option of Declining your Games and blocking off time you are not available. SO will be your source of Game Dates, Times and Locations. 

Any questions? Contact SCOG Treasurer: [email protected]

General Referee Guidelines


General Referee Guidelines
SCOG Referee Coordinator:
Eugene(Gino) Mulone 203-605-6668
For questions, comments or request to referee, within the Guilford Soccer Club's organization, please phone the above number.


Soccer referee with red card

CJSA Definitions of Referee Assault

"Whenever it is alleged that any player, coach, manager, club official, or game official has assaulted a referee or official assistant referee, which assault shall amount to physical violence, the State Disciplinary Board shall have original and sole jurisdiction to adjudicate the matter".

  1. Referee Assault. Referee assault is an intentional act of physical violence at or upon a referee.
  2. Physical Violence/Personal Attack. Assault includes, but is not limited to the following acts committed upon a referee: hitting, kicking, punching, choking, spitting at or on, grabbing or bodily running into a referee; the act of kicking or throwing any object at a referee that could inflict injury; damaging the referee's uniform or personal property, e.g., car, equipment, etc.

CJSA Definitions of Referee Abuse

  1. Referee Abuse. Referee abuse is a verbal statement or physical act which implies or threatens physical harm to a referee or the referee's property or equipment.
  2. Foul Language/Verbal Threats. Abuse includes, but is not limited to the following acts committed upon a referee: using foul or abusive language toward a referee; spewing any beverage on a referee's personal property; or verbally threatening a referee. Verbal Threats. Verbal threats are remarks that carry the implied or direct threat of physical harm. Such remarks as "I'll get you after the game" or "You won't get out of here in one piece," shall be deemed referee abuse.

If you find yourself the victim of one of the above, take it seriously. Write it up, get witnesses names and addresses, and report it within 24 hours to your DRA or District Vice President if the DRA is unavailable. Let's all help put a stop to bad behavior in Youth Soccer.

Referee Duties


  1. Before all matches (competition, recreation, and friendly) each team has to give the Referee a CERTIFIED copy of their team roster.
  2. Referee checks player passes against the certified roster. Opposing teams have a right to see the other teams' passes as they are being collected.
  3. Collect passes for all travel games (premier, competition, and recreation) and for all age groups.
  4. Collect passes in all matches, INCLUDING FRIENDLY MATCHES!
  5. Collect coaches' passes.
  6. Any players not having player passes CANNOT PLAY!
  7. After the game, return player passes to the coach, EXCEPT any player receiving a red card. KEEP THE PASSES OF ALL PLAYERS SENT OFF (RED CARDED).


  1. If the at the end of the game a Game Report is warranted, per CSRP rules, you MUST file a Game Report with CSRP.
  2.  If you have any questions, contact SCOG Referee Assignor. 


  1. If the at the end of the game a Referee Report is warranted, per CSRP rules, you MUST file a Referee Report with CSRP.If you have any questions, contact SCOG Referee Assignor.
  2. Referees must report all of the following:
    1. All players receiving a Yellow or Red card.
    2. Any coach engaging in misconduct or dismissed from the game.
    3. Any game terminated before completion (include the reason for termination, i.e. weather, darkness, misconduct, spectator interference, etc.)
    4. Spectator interference or problems.
    5. Any team that does not show for a scheduled match. Please wait at least 30 minutes after the scheduled kickoff before abandoning the match.
    6. Extremely poor or dangerous field conditions.
    7. Any unusual problems.

Guilford Soccer Referee Coordinator Hotline: 203-605-6668
For questions, comments or request to referee, within the Guilford Soccer Club's organization, please phone the above number.

Connecticut Referee Web Site:
This site will provide you with related clinics, news, rules and regulations that govern the referees in the State of Connecticut.

SCOG In-House Recreation Rules

SCOG Referee Fee Schedule


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