If you do not have a user account on the Horizon systems, you may use these steps to register for a new user account:
Click the Sign-Up link at the bottom of the page
Complete the form and select the appropriate user type.
Ask your local officiating organization if you are unclear about which selections to make
Minimum Criteria to Register
To create a user account, you must meet the following criteria:
Must be at least 13 years of age or older.
Must have a unique email address that has not been used by any other users on the Horizon software systems.
Must have a verifiable phone number to receive phone calls or text messages. A mobile phone number used for this purpose cannot be reused or shared with another user on the Horizon software systems. Landline home or work phone numbers can be shared. VoIP phone number masking services, similar to Google Voice are not permitted.
Must submit and use your real first & last name
Must submit and use your real physical address.
Must have the association number from the organization you wish to join (see below).
What is the Association Number?
These are private numbers that identify which group you want to join. The Horizon technical support staff cannot provide these to you. You can obtain these in one of two ways:
Option #1: Ask your local officiating organization to provide it to you directly
Option #2: Use the search option on the Sign-Up form to try to find it yourself. If you can't find it with a search, you'll need to revert to Option #1.
Wait for Approval
Your local officiating organization must review & approve your account. They can take as long as they want to do this. Some groups do this within a few seconds, some only do it once a month, and others may only do it once a year. Contact your local officiating organization if you have questions about their approval process and timeline. The Horizon technical support staff cannot approve your account.
Once approved, you'll receive an email notification with your username & password you can use to log in. Keep an eye on your spam, junk, and promotions folders, as this email is sometimes routed there by your email provider.