|A list of NFHS rules that have been modified by FHSAA, along with commentary on each rule from NFSOA.||6 downloads||Sep-14-2023|
|Presentation materials as shared during the NFSOA pre-season member meeting. Converted to PDF format.||4 downloads||Sep-11-2023|
A quick reference guide to the differences between NCAA, High School Federation Rules and IFAB Laws of the Game. Published by the National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association (NISOA).
|Commentary from the National Federation of High School on rules and/or rule changes that should receive particular attention from referees. Published by the National Federation of High Schools Soccer Rules Committee.||295 downloads||Sep-05-2023|
|Manual describing soccer procedures for the Florida High School Athletic Association. Also includes soccer rules that are specific to FHSAA concerning blue cards, mercy rule and overtime procedures. Published by FHSAA.||396 downloads||Sep-05-2023|
|Manual that includes officials program rules, regulations and policies for officials of all FHSAA sports. Contains rules modifications for individual sports. Also known as the "gray book"||322 downloads||Sep-05-2023|
|An introduction to the dual system of officiating. Fundamentals of mechanics are presented so those unfamiliar with the mechanics will be motivated to study other material dealing with the subject.||9 downloads||Sep-05-2023|
Summary of rule changes adopted by NFHS for the current year. Note that some rules are superseded by FHSAA rules (blue cards, mercy rule and overtime). Published by the National Federation of High Schools.
|Procedures related to FHSAA Regional Playoff Games, including how to report game scores, collecting referee fees, reviewing playoff rules, etc.||102 downloads||Feb-06-2023|
|Instructions on printing the address labels that are required in order to get paid for some games||261 downloads||Nov-04-2022|
|Step-by-step instructions, including screen shots, for how to access the FHSAA Rules Exam.||273 downloads||Oct-15-2021|
|IRS Form W-9. You must provide a completed W-9 form to each school in order to get paid. Most schools require you to provide a new copy each year.||298 downloads||Oct-04-2021|