Assigning page

Concussion awareness certificate

Ohio law requires that all officials complete a Concussion awareness certificate. This "concussion certificate" must be on file with any and all assignors who assign you matches.

Complete the course and save the certificate. Email a copy to the assignors that you contact for games

Assigning platform for Ohio North:

Many assignors in Ohio North use Game Officials to assign matches. This software is free for referees.

  1. Use the picture above for the direct link to create a New Account. Be sure that all information Matches Exactly the info you've used in the Learning Center

  2. Once your account is created, check Main Menu and select My Assignors then click on Show for Join New Group.

Enter Group # 1155 and Group Access Code: IHABFAT

  1. Once you are added to Group 1155. Click CHANGE IDENTITY (#1 in the pic below) From the new menu items click SWITCH on the 1155 OHN State Assignments. The new page will allow you to see Personal Info. Access and fill in your: MY INFO, MY AVAILIBILITY, and MY PREFERENCES in the left Main Menu: see below

If you have difficulties, please email:

Posting of licensed assignors

Assignor Policy

Assignors are licensed by US Soccer and registered through Ohio North and not through any district, league or local referee association. Assignors cannot discriminate against a registered referee because of race, religion, national origin, sex or membership in a local referee association. Age should only be a factor when the league mandates a minimum age difference between players and referees. Registered assignors will be given a list of all referees registered with Ohio North.

Unauthorized disclosure of a registered referees list

State Referee Administrators may furnish lists of referees only to state associations, registered assignors, affiliated leagues or tournaments for conducting their soccer related activities. These lists may not be made available to anyone else (including soccer related businesses) for a fee or free of charge. (2010 Administrative Handbook page 34)