Macomb County Referee Association

                          In order to be assigned matches your ANNUAL  MCRA dues must be paid. 

                                                                If needed please send check ASAP,
      $20 for adults/ $10 for young adults (age 18-25) $5 for students still in high school and younger.                                                                       Make check payable to MCRA.  

                                                        Mail to:
                                                      c/o MCRA Treasurer
                                                      44186 Dylan,
                                                      Sterling Hts, MI 48314

 REMINDER:  All referees must attend a 5 hour recertification class each fall or winter. All available referee classes and recertification clinics will be listed on if you know anyone interested in becoming a referee pass the website information on to them.

 **please print out and post a hard copy as a reminder**

                                                              Sue Grobbel (586) 615-8035
                                                   Our MCRA website:
                                                       MHSAA website:

High School referee fees are as follows:
Varsity 3-man:  Referee $50, AR's $40
Varsity 2-man:  2 @ $54
JV:  2 @ $42
9th:  2 @ $40
Middle School:  1 @ $40  
** For MHSAA, Make sure to follow guidelines in rules insert of rule book for post season matches*
 (overtime is
2 10 min halves   NO GOLDEN GOAL)

MYSL 2015 Season Referee Fees
Click Here for more information

MYSL referee information can be found at under 
"Rules & Regulations" MSPSP referee information can be found at click "Rules & Forms" then click "Referee Information & Fees" 

Referees MUST make sure to use the correct rules of play for the matches you are officiating! Please review your high school
rule book and visit the MYSL and MSPSP web sites and print out a copy of their rules to carry with you to matches. 

Another reference source of differences between league play is the comparison chart found in your high school rule book. 
This chart includes differences between MHSAA, NCAA and USSF.