Viewing Payment History

View Payment History
Payment History CSV Export
View Account Transactions and transaction CSV Export

View Payment History

To view your school's payment history:

  1. Log in to your school's Arbiter Scheduling account on
  2. Click on the Payroll tab.
  3. Under the Payroll tab, click on the three dots located on the far right side of the column headers.
  4. Select History from the drop-down menu.

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The payment history page shows all previously paid officials and workers. You can use the drop-down menus at the top to filter the payments by date range and event type.

Payment History CSV Export:
You can export your payment history to a CSV file by clicking the three dots located in the top-right corner next to the column headers and selecting Download CSV.

This report includes all payment data as shown on the screen when viewing your history. We recommend customizing the columns, payments date range, and event based on what you need to be included on the report before you click Download CSV.

Note: This payment history CSV report does not include any transaction or processing fees (if applicable). Refer to the Account Transaction CSV (instructions below).

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How to customize columns:
There are several columns that you can customize to best fit your needs in the payment process. With several columns set up, you can scroll left-to-right between the columns. The Payment Date column will lock in place as you scroll.

  1. These columns can be moved and modified by clicking on the three dots located at the top on the far-right side and selecting Edit Columns.
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  1. Use the lines on the left to move the columns in the order you prefer.
  2. Use the red trash can icon to remove a column that you do not want to see.
  3. Click +Add Column to add any additional columns you wish to be visible on the payments dashboard.
  4. Don’t forget to click Save at the bottom when you’re done customizing your columns.
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Payment History Column Options: Game Date, Game Status, Payee, Sport, Level, Position, Home Team, Away Teams, Payor, Approved By, Game Fee, Travel Amount, Per Diem, Total, Account number, Transaction Number, Account Description, Payment Status, Event Category, Score.



View Account Transactions and CSV Export

If you're looking for a report that shows all transactions for your Pay account including payments, processing fees (if applicable), and transaction fees, follow the steps below.
(Note: Users must have the appropriate role that includes access to account history. Refer to our ArbiterGame Roles and Permissions article for more information.).

  1. Log in to your school's Arbiter Scheduling account on
  2. Click on the Payroll tab, then click on the Accounts sub-tab.
  3. Select the Pay account on the left side for the transactions you need to view (applicable if your school uses sub-accounts).
  4. By default, transactions within the past month will show in descending order. You can adjust the date range at the top to view your transactions for a specific date range.
  5. To run a report of your account transactions, click the three dots located on the right side of the column headers and select Download CSV.
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Below is an example of what the report shows.
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Column Terms:

Transaction ID: Arbiter Pay transaction number.
Status: Identifies if the transaction is executed, processing, pending, or canceled.
Date: Date of when the transaction was made.
Description: Details of the transaction or payment.
Amount: The dollar amount of the transaction. A subtraction symbol (-) on the left side of the amount indicates the transaction is a debit (payment).
Available Balance: Balance of account after the transaction processed.

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Under the Payroll Accounts sub-tab, you can also link a bank account and upload funds. For instructions on other Payroll functions, view the articles below.
Link a Bank Account
Upload Funds to Your Arbiter Pay Account
Making Payments as a School
Simple Pay


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