Referee Coordinator / USSF Assignor
Contact information listed below.
Juventus Referee Assignment
Juventus and many area clubs use the PENSRA referee assignment system for both league games & tournaments. Register & request games there.
PENSRA is a powerful and easy to use system that provides for the ability to SELF-ASSIGN your matches for some matches. Juventus offers thousands of matches each year and referees are expected to be independent and highly reliable. No show, no call situations are dealt with harsh consequences.
To get games, be sure to update your profile with correct and accurate e-mail address, then, mark your profile with the Juventus check-box. This way you will get my messages. Make sure your rating is up to date and accurate and contact me at non-event times to request a rating change. Leverage self assign as often as you possibly can. Read the PENSRA failure codes to determine why you can’t self assign.
Games are released for self assign at different times for leagues than for tournaments.
While I appreciate all officials specific and unique needs and circumstances, please resist the temptation to contact me until after you have consumed all the terrific resources on this page, in PENSRA’s FAQs and on CNRA.net.
Juventus offers free entry-level classes for Juventus players/families. Please refer to the Cal North Referee Association website at CNRA.net for detailed information about becoming a referee.
Hello Future Referees:
Next Level 8 Training Course – 7/28-8/6 (hosted by Ravenswood)
This class offering is a ‘hybrid class’, requiring 100% attendance at…
- July 28, 6:30pm-7:30pm (1 hour) – YMCA classroom
- August 4, 6:00pm-9:00pm (3 hours) – YMCA classroom
- August 5, 9:00am-12:00pm (3 hours) – YMCA classroom
- August 5, 1:00pm-4:00pm (3 hours) – YMCA classroom
- August 6, 9:00am-1:00pm (4 hours) – Cesar Chavez Field 2
To sign up…
1. go to website: C N R A – Log In
2. click on ‘sign up for course’
3. click on “Grade 8 Entry Level Referee Course – Online, Classroom & Field Session”
4. find course 21105 and click on blue number
5. under the box find “To Register for this Course, CLICK HERE” and click on the blue “Click here”
6. find “Don’t have a USSF Registration Account” and click on the box underneath “Find yours or create one”
7. click on “I have never been registered”
8. each user must have their own email address to go forward from this point.
9. click on the tiny box “I meet the requirements………”
10. click on the ‘continue’ box
11. Fill out the CNRA New User registration.
12. Click on the “save” box and then you should be taken to the class registration portion. complete that registration and on the last page you will choose either credit card and pay for the registration immediately or choose pay by check and bring a check to the first class (or cash).
During the class registration portion the student will be asked for a code. INDIVIDUALLY, students must email Michael Maylan for their code. Or they can text at (650) 743-0420.
In the email or the text, each student must provide the following information:
First and Last Name
Managers name and phone#
I will send them their code so that they can complete their registration.
Once they have complete their registration there will be a box on the confirmation page that says something about “Course Tracker”. At this point, they can begin to study and take the quizzes and tests for the online portion. The online portion takes approximately 6 hours to complete and can be done as they have time for it. The system will track each students progress and when they login, they can start where they left off.
There is a $20 registration fee that will be due the first day of class. If paying by check, make it payable to RYSL. Cash is also accepted. This covers the instructor, books and classroom.
The course cost is $50 and can be paid at time of registration by credit card or at the first class by cash or check payable to CNRA. This is for your licensing.
REGISTRATION AND COURSE COSTS MUST BE ON 2 SEPARATE CHECKS OR IF PAYING BY CASH, IN AMOUNTS THAT CAN BE DIVIDED TO GO TO 2 SEPARATE LOCATIONS.
The classroom sessions will be held at the YMCA, 550 Bell St, East Palo Alto, CA. There is a classroom on the back side of the YMCA with a door that enters from the rear parking lot only.
The Sunday Field session will be held at Cesar Chavez Academy, Field 2. Directions will be given out during the classroom sessions.
Detailed information and Registration:
Due to U.S. Soccer’s decision to eliminate the two referee system in Spring 2016 , all games must either have a one or three referee crew.
|9v9||1 CR, 2 AR|
|11v11||1 CR, 2 AR|
League Game Pay Rates
(effective 8/1/2014) *
|Length of Half||CR Pay||AR Pay|
* Pay rates for tournaments vary
Note that CYSA & NorCal match lengths can vary. At the moment, there are now different lengths for U14 games (effective 2016):
- NorCal League & Cup U14’s – 40 min halves
- CYSA Fall League U14s – 35 min halves
- Juventus League Rules Summary for Referees and Teams (updated March 12, 2017)
- PENSRA league rules summaries
You cannot referee games without a current license. Effective March 2013, there’s a new renewal process for Northern CA referees (don’t use the USSF website for this anymore). For questions, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Juventus Referee Coordinator
e-mail: Use email@example.com for non-assignment inquiries
e-mail: Use Pensra Site Mail for all group and individual assignment inquiries (Pensra–>Services–>Mail–>Compose)
Important – e-mail or site-mail
Urgent – text 650-575-1881
Critical – call 650-575-1881