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GLASRA - Greater Lansing Area Soccer Referees Association

​Welcome to the GLASRA, Greater Lansing Area Soccer Referees Association, website.

We are excited to bring more info to you as members and organizations which we service. Please take a look around. Hopefully, you'll find what you need. If not, please feel free to make suggestions for new additions. We aim to serve, so this will be a place we can all contribute and connect.

Blog

Be sure to check out our blog. We post upcoming events, recognitions, reminders and more here. You can also subscribe to recieve notifications when new items are posted.

News

There have been several recognitions, selections, and accomplishments in the last year. To name a few, one of our members was National Female Youth Referee of the Year 2013, others were invited or sent to state and national events. To find out more, follow our News & Blog links.

​Links

At the Annual General Meeting held January 18, 2014, there were requests for more easily accessible information regarding league rules. We heard you and incorporated a new link that should make those simpler to find. We had some other changes in mind too.

How about a Blog where we can update you on GLASRA happenings, or Facebook and Twitter links? Yup, we're working on those too. Stay tuned and check back often as we work to make this a real member's resource.
 

Serving the Greater Lansing Area Since 1977

GLASRA, Greater Lansing Area Soccer Referee Association, was established in 1977. Many referees have come and gone through the years. Some of the earliest members are still around. We thank them for their dedication to the organization.

Today we have over 200 members of all ages ranging from 13 - well, let's not say...

We serve our members assigning, training, and support needs. We assign for all USSF leagues/clubs in the Greater Lansing area, as well as all MHSAA High Schools as far as Ionia to Dansville. We even assign for non-MHSAA affiliated schools. We serve the local Mid Michigan Men's Soccer League, MMMSL, as well as the Lansing Area Women's Soccer League, LAWS.

ByLaws

GLASRA ByLaws have been approved and unchanged by the board for 2014. Read them here -  GLASRA Bylaws.pdf 

Disclaimer

The Greater Lansing Area Soccer Referees Association ("GLASRA") is solely responsible for the content of this website.

Every reasonable effort is made to assure accuracy on our website, but typographical errors, omissions or other errors sometimes occur. Users are encouraged to contact the web developer if information appears to be inconsistent or inaccurate. Please bring to our attention any errors, discrepancies, problems, misleading or confusing information.

With respect to information provided on our website, GLASRA makes no warranties of any kind, expressed or implied (including warranties of fitness for a particular purpose), and is not liable for any loss arising out of the use of the information, including without limitation any indirect or consequential damages.

Links to other websites are provided simply as a courtesy to the reader, not as an endorsement by GLASRA. Other websites are not maintained by the GLASRA, and we are not responsible for their content or suitability for a particular purpose.

2015 Recertification

  Register now.pngMembers - please note that annual recertification classes are listed at www.michiganreferee.org.

The most recent local class was Grade 7 ,8, and 9 recertification  on Saturda,y December 6, from 9:00a.m. -1:00 p.m. at the Hannah Center, East Lansing.

 If you have not signed up for a recertification class please go to www.michiganreferee.org and sign up for a class that fits you schedule.  You must attend a recertification class to be certified to referee for the 2015 year. 

Business meeting table chairsAnnual General Meeting 

January 10, 2015
1:00 p.m.
Hannah Center, EL, MI

​Amending of GLASRA Constitution and By-Laws:

"Per Article 9 of the GLASRA Constitution and By-Laws, the Constitution and By-Laws are to be reviewed every two years.  The last review was in 2012.  A review of this document in 2014 brought about recommended changes by the GLASRA Executive Board that will be voted on by members present at the AGM as outlined in Article 9." 

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