Check on assignors and contact them for more games,
Just like a referee, you first must have your background clearances. Then, you must complete an assignor course.
You must have your club president send verification to the SAC, Maria Swanson, and SRA, Peggy Neason, that you are the assignor for the club. Once you have been verified you may request a list of referees in your club by sending John Papinchak an email and he will send it to you.
Assignors are considered independent-contractors, just like referees, and are supposed to be paid. Therefore, background clearances are required to be done even if you choose not to get paid.
You must contact your local assignor.
Make sure the assignor has ethics and is professional Make sure the assignor is aware of the rules for the club/leagues they assign Make sure assignor will not assign you or referee to you clubs games that are not certified, which could lead to law suit or void insurance coverage Make sure the assignor is
Is professional and has ethics Will assign according to ability not just put a body on a game Will respect your comfort level Will provide the following information about the game I am assigned to; A. Date –Time-Location of game B. Names and #phone numbers of the persons I am working with C. Name and
You can visit this page to find assignors for various soccer clubs and leagues. Contact them directly in order to be assigned to matches.