Single Referee Call-In: 310-955-9905 option 1:  Call-Ins must occur at least 1 hour, but no earlier than 4 hours, before the match start time so the Assignor knows that all singe referee matches will be covered.


NOTE: As the Referee, it is a requirement that you fill out a USSF Referee Report (available as PDF or MS Word) and send it to our Member-at-Large within 24 hours of issuing any red card (send-off) in any of your matches or any time you terminate a match.

Please do this even if the particular league/tournament in charge of the match does not require a report.  The Member-at-Large will help you with the wording as needed, and will send the final version to the appropriate party if required.  As a Referee you have the responsibility to issue red cards when they are required for situations involving fighting and other types of violent conduct.   Click here for additional information on Referee Reports.   The bottom line is that if you do not want to issue red cards when required or complete the required paperwork after issuing a red card, you should not be a referee.

The SSBRA league Point Of Contact is listed below for each league.  These POCs are available to answer any questions about the applicable leagues which are not related to assigning or red card/send-offs.  Those questions should go to the SSBRA Assignor or MAL.

Since parking is free at El Camino College for referees, SSBRA will not reimburse for parking at El Camino College.


Assigning Overview : A great description about the SSBRA assigning process

SSBRA Assignment System

Game Fees and Parking Reimbursements

Maps to 2016 Fields

Birth Year and Season Matrix

When determining the age group for a season, the year the season ends should be used for determining the birth year. Also note that the format “U followed by age” really means that age and younger. For example, U8 should be read as 8 and younger.


USSF Affiliated Youth Leagues

Coast Soccer League (CSL)  (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz)

Coast Soccer Spring League (CSL)  (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz)

Southern California Development Soccer League (DSL)  (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz)

Note about venue El Camino College:  To avoid paying for parking at El Camino College, go to the El Camino College Police Office at the corner of Crenshaw/Redondo Beach Blvd and tell them you are refereeing matches at their field and they will give you a free 1-day parking pass.  So please arrive early enough to make that stop and pick up the pass.  Since parking is free at El Camino College for referees, SSBRA will not reimburse for parking at El Camino College.

Southern California National Premier League (SCNPL) (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz)


Youth Leagues

Aspire Juanita Tate Academy Charter School League (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Chris Nevil)

Culver City YMCA League (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Bruce Ashton)

Lawndale Youth League  (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Steve Morgan)

Mar Vista League (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Chris Nevil)


Adult Leagues

Los Angeles J-League   (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Jay Pignatello)

South Bay Peninsula Soccer League (PSL)  (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Michael Hinz)

LA-Riot Adult Co-ed 11 v 11 Soccer League  (SSBRA League Point of Contact –  Michael Hinz)


Adult Coed Leagues

Beverly Hills 7 on 7  (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Chris Nevil)

Manhattan Beach 7 on 7 Coed Soccer League  (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Chris Nevil)

ZogSports League (SSBRA League Point of Contact – Chris Nevil)


Tournaments