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HOUSTON SOUTHWEST SOCCER OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION
The Houston TASO Chapter of High School Soccer Officials

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2020 TASO Registration Late Fee Begins

2020-2021 TASO Soccer Registration is in full swing and that members should re-register at www.taso.org and access the “Membership Renewal” link. Late Registration Fee of $25.00 applies after November 3. Go to TASO Website 

LATEST HSSOA & TASO NEWS

2020 By-Law Results Posted in Member Portal
September 1, 2020 - HSSOA News

In June of 2020, HSSOA member voted on By-Law revisions as proposed by the board of directors. The results of that vote are available in your member portal homepage.

TASO Update - CARES Act Update for April 23, 2020
April 23, 2020 - TASO News

Read an important message regarding the CARES Act as it pertains to our member's ability to apply and qualify for assistance under the act. Read the article on the TASO website. 

TASO Update - CARES Act may help with missed game fees
April 3, 2020 - TASO News

Important information regarding the CARES Act (Corona-virus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act)) has been released from TASO. This act may assist TASO referees in recovering lost revenue due to to the impacts of COVID-19 shutdowns. Please click the link below which will take you to the update page on the TASO website. You will find details provided by Mike Fitch, president of TASO. Go to the TASO Website to read the details. 

Tools to Become a Better Referee

Behind the Whistle: U.S. Soccer Referee Nick Balcer at the DA Summer Showcase & Playoffs

Go behind the scenes with U.S. Soccer referee Nick Balcer during his time at the Development Academy Summer Showcase and Playoffs.

NHFS Rules Book

NFHS Rules Myth vs Fact

Myth: Substitutes and bench personnel must wear pinnies on the sidelines.

Fact: While the wearing of pinnies by bench personnel is recommended, it is not required.

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US Soccer

US Soccer Referee Program

A great way to understand the Laws of the Game and become a high school referee is to first become a US Soccer certified referee. Their certification program will allow you to build a solid foundation for officiating the sport. Learn more at www.ussoccer.com/referees.

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