Clinics are one day but Pierce County Soccer Referees have a second day to cover the ins and outs of using the PCSRA website and signing up for games. LSDSC uses their website for our games.

To register for a clinic or get more information logon to and select "How to Become a Referee" on the right side of home page.

If you have questions please feel free to call me.

Pat Firestone
Lakewood-Steilacoom-DuPont Soccer Club

Washington State Youth Soccer Referee Code Of Conduct

Referees are an important aspect of the game and should adhere to the Washington State Youth Soccer Referee Code of Conduct:

  • I will always maintain the utmost respect for the game of soccer.
  • I will conduct myself honorably at all times and maintain the dignity of my position.
  • I will always honor an assignment or any other contractual obligation.
  • I will attend training meetings and clinics so as to know the Laws of the Game, their proper interpretation and their application.
  • I will always strive to achieve maximum teamwork with any fellow officials.
  • I will be loyal to my fellow officials and never knowingly promote criticism of them.
  • I will be in good physical condition.
  • I will control the players effectively by being courteous and considerate without sacrificing fairness.
  • I will do my utmost to assist my fellow officials to better themselves and their work.
  • I will not make statements about any games except to clarify an interpretation of the Laws of the Game.
  • I will not discriminate against nor take undue advantage of any individual group on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
  • I consider it a privilege to be a part of the United States Soccer Federation and my actions will reflect credit upon that organization and its affiliates.