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Inland Empire Soccer Referee Association Accepting your Coast Soccer League (CSL) game assignments online
From the IESRA website click on “Coast Soccer Referee Log In” on the Main Menu.
Your user ID and password go here. Use the ones given to you by the Assignor. You will be able to change them later.
Once you have entered your ID and password, click continue.
The first time you use this system, you will need to input your personal information before accepting any games. Remember to keep your information updated regularly. Click on the “Personal Info bullet” then Continue.
Input all information. This is where you can change your User ID and Password. Then click on “Save”.
The next step in the process is to call OR the Assignor with your availability for the weekend(s) that you are being scheduled. Once the Assignor has accepted your availability, the next step is to patiently wait for the games to be posted on the Coast Soccer League (CSL) website.
When your games have been posted to the website, click on “Accept Assignments” and click continue.
Once you have given the Assignor your availability, he will post assignment dates that you must accept on the website. Not accepting games by the “cut-off” day may see your games reassigned to other referees.
Click on the date that you are accepting assignments for.
Check the box in the “A” column for each game that you are accepting.
DO NOT!!! Check the box in the “R” column. This will reject the assignment.
Once you have checked the games that you are accepting, click the “Send to Assignor” button.
Once you have sent acceptance of your schedule to the Assignor, select “My Schedule” and click continue.
On your schedule page, you will see all of the assignments that you have accepted with the game times and the assignment (Center or Assistant).
This is the game number as assigned by CSL. It is only important should an incident occur requiring reporting.
This is the “home” team.
This is the “visitor” team.
This is division and level.
This is the field location of the match.
Highlight your name and your assignments and click “print” from your file menu.
In the print range box, make sure “Selection” is checked, and then click OK. Take this schedule with you to your games to resolve any schedule questions.
Not sure of the location of your match? Click on the name of the field where the match is being played, and a page will open with directions to that field from the CSL website.
Also with the directions, is a phone number for the mudline for each individual field in case of bad weather.
This is how you accept your assignments for all CSL games. Please do not “reject” games without talking to the Assignor first. If you have never used this system before, you will need a user name and password that the Assignor will assign to you before starting the steps outlined here. There is a link on our home page to the CSL game acceptance website. You may access your game schedule any time you like. Again, make sure you print a copy of your schedule and take it with you to your fields should there be any questions about your assignments.