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Youth League Game Pay

Youth League Game Pay Information

 

About Referee Payroll ---

On any given game day -- even at the same fields -- you may work different leagues which will result in payments from different entities.   Payment for all games are not completed at the same time, and funds do not release at the same time for all leagues.

When a payroll date is posted on the calendar or as listed on the Fall pay date information it means that this is game processing week for pay.  The date posted is not the date that your funds will show in your GOPay or bank account.

Leagues all pay on slightly different schedules.  In our group, we always process the CSA advanced league games (CCL, CENT, SLA, SLB, MRL) together followed by the developmental leagues (FRL, REC).

Colorado Soccer Association (CSA) funds all competitive league games - (CCL, CENT, SLA, SLB)
Individual clubs fund the recreational league games - (FRL, REC)

Your referee assignors are not responsible for referee pay, they process the games and submit to the club or league for funding.

Referees must be aware of what games they have worked for what league and know that payment will come a slightly different schedule, but all games will be processed in the same week.

For example, a referee works on Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm. The first game is an FRL (Front Range league) and Club A is the home team. The next game is a CENT (Centennial league) also with Club A as the home team. And the third game – at the same location – is a CCL (Champions league) game and Club B is the home team.  Each of these games would pay through a different group and may fund on a slightly different schedule.

  Club A’s games paid by CSA (CCL and CENT) would be processed first
  Club B’s games paid by CSA (CCL and CENT) would be processed second … etc
  Club A’s games paid by Club A (FRL, in house games) would be processed AFTER all of the CSA paid games are processed.

Because the games are funded by different paying entities, you may see payment on a slightly different schedule. The pay dates published with the spring schedules are when the assignors process the games and send them to the clubs NOT when the money will arrive in your GoPay account and then be sent to your bank.  

Adult leagues are on their own pay schedule and tournaments pay usually within two weeks.

Please watch your GoPay account and your email notices to see which funds are being distributed OR if your assignments are not through gameofficials.net, ask your assignor how payroll is handled for the games you are working. 

Give all of the clubs/CSA/tournaments at least 5 business days after the processing date to fund the payroll. 

Your referee assignors are not responsible for referee pay, they just process the games and submit to the club or league for funding.

 

Spring 2019 CSA Pay Rates and Processing Schedule

CSA Referee Bonus Information

Colorado Soccer Association and the Colorado Referee Committee have approved an “end-of-season” bonus to encourage referees to officiate multiple league matches.

Qualifying games include those worked in the Colorado Champions League (CCL), Centennial League(CENT), Secondary League (SLA/SLB) and the Mountain Region Leagues (MRL).

Front Range League (FRL), club in-house games, adult leagues, high school and tournament games DO NOT qualify for the bonus program.

Games worked as the center referee or the assistant referee qualify for the bonus program. A minimum of 20 games is required to earn the bonus. The 20 games can be combined games in all of the qualifying leagues.

Escalating End-of-Season Bonus Pay

Number of League Matches Officiated

Per Season

Escalating

End-of-Season Bonus

Between 20 – 29 Matches

$25.00

Between 30 – 39 Matches

$50.00

Between 40 – 49 Matches

$75.00

Over 50 Matches

$100.00

 

Fall 2018 CSA Advanced League Bonus Form

Fall 2018 “End-of-Season” Bonus Requests Due December 1, 2018

 
Colorado Soccer Association and the Colorado Referee Committee have approved an “end-of-season” bonus to encourage referees to officiate multiple league matches. Specific details, including the pay chart, of the bonus program are available on the Colorado Referees website - www.coloradoreferees.com.
 
Qualifying games include those worked in the Colorado Champions League (CCL), Centennial League(CENT), Secondary League (SLA/SLB) and the Mountain Region Leagues (MRL).

Front Range League, club in-house games, adult leagues, high school and tournament games DO NOTqualify for the bonus program.

Games worked as the center referee or the assistant referee qualify for the bonus program.
 

Here’s how to claim your bonus:
 
Click this link to access the electronic form: 
https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/96Z2xIN6U1dcwTMs6 

1)      Fill out all information required completely

a.      Name (as appears in GameOfficials.net
b.      Gameofficials.net user name
c.       Email address
d.      Phone number
e.      Game count per league
f.        Assignors worked with for Fall 2018

2)      Submit the form through the site and email the required documentation to coloradorefereeprogram@gmail.com by 12/1/2018

The form must be submitted by end of business on December 1, 2018.

Any requests received after December 1, 2018 will not be processed and paid.  Payment will be made through GameOfficials.net by Colorado Soccer Association.
 
Here’s how to collect your game records through GameOfficials.net:

1)      Log in to GameOfficials.net
2)      Click on Reports (On Main Menu)
3)      Click on Officials Schedule
4)      Date Range - Enter Custom dates 8/24/2018 - 11/11/2018 (Spring Season Dates)
5)      Check both boxes - Include Games From All Groups & Show One Line Per Game (Best for Export)
6)      Change the Report Format to: Microsoft Excel and Click Download
7)      Use the Excel spreadsheet to sort games by league including games with CENT, CCL and MRL prefixes.
8)      Copy and paste the data to a new sheet for submission to CSA.

 
It is your responsibility to complete the form and submit the information by 12/1/2018. CSA nor the CRA have access to all records from all assignor groups. You must keep copies of this log for your records and in case CSA requires additional information regarding your game count for Fall 2018.

 
 
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