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Welcome to the Metro New Jersey Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association web site!

The purpose of the Metro NJ ISOA is to recruit, train, and retain highly capable intercollegiate soccer officials. This is accomplished by providing ongoing educational opportunities to our members, promoting the standards set forth by the National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association and the NCAA and by promoting the game of intercollegiate soccer.

Next Chapter Gathering:

Annual MANDATORY preseason rules interpretation and clinic, Saturday, August 11, 2018, 8:30am registration, 9am start.  Location TBD.

In season chapter meetings will be held on Monday, September 17th and Monday October 15th starting at 7:30pm.  Location TBD.


MEMBERSHIP INFO:  Please contact membership chairman Mark Blaszka if you have any individuals that would like consideration for membership.   

Congratulations to our new members for 2017: Hentry Riano, Ovidio Rostrepo, Alberto Bohorquez

2017 NCAA Post Season Refresher Test

To those NISOA officials who want to be eligible for NCAA Post-season games, you must take and pass this test.  If you do not want to be eligible for NCAA post season games, there is no need to take this test.

1.  The test to be eligible for NCAA post season games only must be taken by September 21st.  
2.  You access the test through the NCAA Hub on Arbiter.  
3.  Before you can take the test, you must register on the NCAA HUB, and pay $65 upfront to the NCAA electronically.  


The 2017 NISOA Refresher Examination is available via the link below.   The exam is based on the 2017 rules changes.   As in the past, this is NOT the NCAA pre season test nor the National Referee Program test.  This test must be completed and the answer sheet turned in at the ppt/clinic at Drew University on August 5th, 2017.

2017 Refresher Test

2017 Refersher Test Blank Answer Sheet

The Latest News

If you eject someone from your match, you must file the report electronically within 24 hours of match completion.  The form is located on the Arbitersports website in the NCAA HUB account. Reminder that you no longer need to mail or fax the supplemental ejection report that had been used in season's past. You can also access the form here:  https://ncaasoccer.arbitersports.com/front/106254/Site/Posts

2017 Season Info

The 2017 season brings about rule changes but there will not be a newly published rule book until 2018. Rule changes can be downloaded here:  2017 Rule Changes

The new Assessment Program is off to a great start.  If you would like to obtain an assessment please contact Bill Guarini.  A limited amount of chapter funding is available to defray the assessment cost.


there is a new online report for 2017.  All Referees are required to complete the Region 19 game report and submit the form electronically within 24 hours only if there were cautions/ejections issued.  In other words, the report needs to completed ONLY if there were any cautions and/or ejections issued during the match.  If no cautions and/or ejections were issued, it is not necessary to complete the game report.