Viewing Your Paysheet

View Game info on a Paysheet
  1. Sign in to your ArbiterSports account at
  2. Click on the Payments tab, then click on the paysheets sub-tab
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  1. The paysheets page will display a summary of the paysheets that your assigner has created, including your name, check number, date created, and payment amount.
  2. Click the calendar icon to view paysheets information with more game detail such as game date, sports & level, position, site, teams, game fee, travel fee, additions/deductions summary
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  1. Click the Magnifying Glass icon to view the paysheet information sorted by the game level, game fee, travel fee, and additions/deductions summary.
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  1. The paysheet details will be displayed towards the bottom under all paysheets. You will see game fees, travel fees, additions/deduction, and the total amounts you are to be paid. The Additions & Deductions summary will list any non-game-related adjustments that have been included on your paysheet.
Printing Your Paysheets

To print out a copy of your paysheet, follow these instructions:
  1. Check the Box to the left of the paysheet(s) you wish to print.
  2. Click the “Print Paysheets” button (underneath the paysheet summary)
  3. Select the format options you want for printing the paysheets
    •  Format – Select the document format you wish to print (Adobe Acrobat, Excel Worksheet, Word/Rich Text, Plain Text File, HTML Web Page, Tagged Image File).
    • Level / Date – Print the paysheet summary sorted by game level or game date.
    • Game Detail – Include game detail (game ID number, date & time, sport & level, position, home team, game fee, travel, total).
    • Add & Deduct Detail – includes detail information about specific adjustments in your Additions & Deductions summary.
    • Mail Format – Includes the official’s address information in the upper portion of the paysheet printout.
    • Home / Site – If you selected “Date,” you can select wither the Game Detail includes a column for the Home Team, or the Site where the game was played.
  4. Click the “Print” button. Make sure that you have disabled the pop-up blocker on your web browser.
How do I know if I have been paid?
You can see the status of your payment by referring to the “Check #” column of the paysheets. If the cell is blank, then the paysheet has not been marked as paid by the assigner.
  • If there is a check ID in the Check # column because you have been paid by check or another payment method
  • If the Check # column says “ArbiterPay” because you have been paid by ArbiterPay
  • If the Check # column is blank and the checkbox to the far left is highlighted yellow, you have not been paid yet
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