October 9 Chapter Meeting - Season Kickoff

Chapter Meeting, October 9th at Bayland Community Center

2019-2020 Season Kickoff Meeting

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Congratulations to HSSOA Referees

for their Selection to 2019 UIL Soccer Tournament Finals


Melvin Rivas & Gerald Flores

2019 UIL Regional Tournament

Congratulations to HSSOA Referees

for their Selection to 2019 UIL Soccer Regional Tournament


Jonathan Hernandez, Darwin Hinestroza, Nilson Rivera
Alex Tsague, Ben Herzog, Marco Oregon
Ricardo Ocampo, Gabriel Martinez, Rubin Campillo
Britton Coffman, Alex Tsague & Matthew Alves

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

Upcoming Meetings & Events

October Chapter Meeting

2019-20 kickoff meeting at Bayland Community Center at 6:30pm. Directions to Bayland Community Center 

November Chapter Meeting

November HSSOA Chapter meeting at Bayland Community Center, 6:30pm. Directions to Bayland Community Center 

December Chapter Meeting

December HSSOA Chapter meeting at Bayland Community Center, 6:30pm. Directions to Bayland Community Center 

LATEST HSSOA & TASO NEWS

TASO Launches Updated Website
August 29, 2019 - HSSOA News

TASO has done significant updates to their website improving design and adding a large amount of content. In addition to registration, soccer officials now have a dedicated area for important news and guidance for soccer. HSSOA referees are encouraged to visit the site. Visit the TASO Soccer Area 

TASO Soccer News & Policies
August 30, 2019 - TASO News

TASO has enhanced their sport specific sections on their newly launched website. The soccer area now has many useful articles on officiating and a listing of policy updates that will help officials during matches this season. Check out this useful information on www,taso,org. 

TASO Proposes Game Fee Increase
April 22, 2019 - TASO News

At the UIL Sports Officials Committee (SOC) meeting on Monday, April 22, 2019, TASO submitted a game/match fee increase for all six TASO sports. The increase generally asked for a $10 increase for varsity assignments and a $5 increase for sub-varsity. If approved will be presented to the UIL Legislative Council at their October meeting. If approved by the Legislative Council, the increase will be effective for the 2020-2021 school year.

TASO Announces Modified Soccer Year
April 19, 2019 - TASO News

Since many school districts schedule middle school soccer matches into May, The TASO Soccer Board has extended the 2018-2019 TASO Soccer Year until May 31, 2019. Starting with the 2019-2020 year and going forward, the TASO Soccer Year will be June 1 – May 31.

Katy ISD Introduces New Pay System
December 17, 2018 - HSSOA News

Katy ISD will introduce a new electronic payment system for the 2019 season. Officials will submit all required forms and invoices electronically. Complete information is available on the ISD Specific Payment Process page within the hssoa site. The point of contact is Susan Trackwell SusanETrackwell@katyisd.org 281-396-7786. Go to ISD Specific Payment Process Page 

Tools to Become a Better Referee

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NHFS Rules Book

NFHS Rules Myth vs Fact

Myth: It is a foul throw-in if one or both of a player's feet are touching the sideline but extend over the touchline onto the field at the time the ball is released.

Fact: So long as both of the player's feet are at least touching the sideline, the throw-in is legal even if the player's foot/feet extend onto the field.

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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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