Northwest Soccer Officials


Welcome to the Northwest Soccer Officials (NSO) SiteSite on Sunday, November 27th, 2022. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our Site and find it informative and useful.

You can navigate through and around this Site by selecting (clicking on) any of the active hyperlinks that appear like this or the various graphical images you'll see. Click on the Information segment to review the information that we have available for the general public.

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You can also return to this home page by clicking on the NSONSO logo located in the upper left corner of every page.

For more information about NSO, check the Information: About Us page.

What's New?
Saturday February 5th, 2022

Washington Youth Soccer Rules of Competition U9-U12

U8 follows the U9 rules. More

Wednesday January 27th, 2021

Educational resources of MLS games. Below are two perspectives from Pro and the third is Referee Decision reviews from a players perspective, mixed in with some law verification. • (PRO) Inside Video Review & Definitive Angle - http://proreferees.com/features/education/ • Instant Replay (MLS) - https://www.mlssoccer.com/videos/instant-replay

Tuesday March 31st, 2020

Like us on Face Book to find the latest news, announcements and general interest topics related to the world of South King County Soccer Referee Association Referees. The page is updated continuously. More

Saturday November 5th, 2022

wave New Referee Clinics:

Become a Soccer Referee

Referees make between $35.00 to $83.50 as a Referee and $23.00 to $55.50 as an Assistant Referee. Kids have been able to easily make between $3,500 - $5,500 a year.

Refereeing is a great way for kids and adults to make money and there are games available to officiate year around. Referees select the matches they can officiate from website scheduling systems and set their own work schedule. By becoming a referee now, referees will be able to officiate summer tournaments and be ready for the fall league.

How to become a Soccer Referee

To become a referee, you first complete 4-6 hours of on-line training and attend an 5 hour in-person clinic. The following New Referee Clinics have been scheduled for individuals to become Referees. The cost of the clinic and registration is $73.00.

Sat 12/3/2022 9:00AM - 1:00PM @ Tukwila Community Center

Sun 12/18/2022 1100AM - 3:00PM @ Preston Athletic Field and Park

To sign up to become a referee click on the arrow below.

Entry level clinics fill up quickly, so register for the clinic soon by clicking on the arrow below. Once you have completed the New Referee Clinic, you will need to purchase about $75.00 in equipment to start officiating matches.

Who can I contact to get more information?

If you have any questions, please contact Richard Meeks at richardmeeks10@outlook.com or 206-200-8145.


Monday November 21st, 2022

Upcoming NSO Tournaments

Mark your calendars to help cover tournaments being assigned from NSO. Games are usually posted 5 to 14 days prior to the start of the tournament.

November 25-27, 2022 - Starfire Collegiate Showcase, Starfire - Craig Allen

January 6-8, 2023 - PacNW Winter Classic (U10, U12-U14), Starfire - Richard Meeks

January 13-16, 2023 - PacNW Winter Classic (U11, U15-U19), Starfire - Richard Meeks

Other area tournaments can be found at, More