Perry Township Youth Soccer Club

PTYSC Official Registration
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PTYSC Officials

PTYSC supports the development of officials thru our recreational league. 

If you are interested in being an official, please:

1) Contact PTYSC for pre-approval

2) Register using the "PTYSC Rec - Officials"


4) Complete your concussion training and email the proof of completion and expense paid to the club.

2019 USSF Referee Course Registration Instructions and Dates

*Attend 1 of any of these 4 in-person clinics and do all the onlinework before signing up for a clinic.

Step 1: Register online at:

  • Click on New User?
  • Click on “I have never been registered.”
  • Check box “I meet the requirements above and I am ready to create a new account”
  • Click on continue
  • Fill in the information and pay the $75.

Step 2: Complete the Online Training

You must successfully complete The Online Course of 17 Laws before registering and coming to the in-person Class.

There is a 50-question test that you must successfully pass online.
You can review missed questions of the online portion and retake the test as many times until passing.

Step 3: Take in-person Clinic

On the day of the in-person clinic: bring $25 cash (or checkmade out to CSRA).

Laws 5, 6, 11, & 12 will be covered in the in-person clinic.


Successfully passing the course allows the individual to referee all USSF youth games and assistant referee in comparable games.

QUESTIONS? Contact Gary Greene (District Director of Instruction) at 330-412-1738 or email: or

Concussion Training (REQUIRED)

Ohio North requires that all Referees and Officials comply with concussion training requirement of the Return to Play Law and recommends the NFHS course (click on "Read Me"). Referees should have a copy of their certificate on them at all time for proof of compliance. Referees should be able to send a copy of their certificate to referee assignors and to the league upon requesting this information at any time. More so, referee assignors shall not assign any referee to an Ohio North-sanctioned game or event without proof from the referee of their compliance to the concussion education.

***Referee Concussion Reporting Policy***
Referees are required to notify the proper tournament or league officials for players removed from games for possible concussions as follows: 1) at Ohio North sanctioned tournament games, referees are to keep passes of players removed from games for possible concussions and turn those passes into the proper authorized personnel, to be held until the end of the tournament or until signed written medical authorization forms clearing the players have been received; 2) at league games, referees are to keep passes of players removed from games for possible concussions and return the player passes at the completion of the games; and 3) at recreational games, referees are to notify the proper tournament or league authorities of players removed from games for possible concussions.


Ohio North State Referee Committee
Posted Nov 30, 2018

The mission of the Ohio North State Referee Committee is to set policy for Ohio North referee administration, instruction and assessment and hear any disciplinary issues that may arise.


Game Officials - Certification / Recertification
Posted Nov 30, 2018 is a complete Course Management and Registration system for United States Soccer Federation registrations.


IFAB Laws of the Game

The Laws of the Game are the codified rules that help define association football. They are the only rules of association football subscribed to by FIFA. The laws mention the number of players a team should have, the game length, the size of the field and ball, the type and nature of fouls that referees may penalise, the frequently misinterpreted offside law, and many other laws that define the sport. During a match, it is the task of the referee to interpret and enforce the Laws of the Game


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Perry Township Youth Soccer Club  (

PO Box 80866, Canton, Oh 44708-0866