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Upcoming Referee Training and Certifications

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Regional Referee

In addition to the Referee Certification listed above, Every referee MUST be a registered volunteer prior to attending training.  Every Referee must complete online Safe Haven Certification, and must also complete online CDC Concussion Certification.  All training certifications will stay with you for life - Once you are certified to referee a certain level, you will not need to re-certify unless specifically requested by the regional referee administrator.  You MUST, however, re-apply as a volunteer on an annual basis each spring, in order to continue to volunteer with the region.  Youth volunteers must be at least 10 years of age to attend and certify.
 If you have any questions regarding referee training or certification, please contact the Regional Referee Administrator at [email protected].

Please click on the following link to access the IFAB Laws of the Game:

Why should you become an AYSO Referee? We need you. We can't have games without referees. More importantly, it's rewarding and working with kids is great fun! 

Referees are critical to soccer - the game can't be played without them. The referee's job is to be the official in charge of the game. He is the independent arbiter and manager of the game. Her authority extends to everyone at the field, including players, substitutes, team officials, spectators, and even assistant referees. 

The referee's No. 1 one concern is to keep the game as safe as possible for the players. While there is risk in all sports, the referee is responsible for minimizing such risks from field conditions, equipment, spectators, and the players. 

The referee is responsible for enforcing the Laws of the Game in such a way as to keep the game safe, fair and fun for everyone: the players, the coaches, the spectators and themselves. He interferes with the game as little as possible, avoiding making calls for doubtful and trifling offenses. Referees only make calls for offenses they are sure occurred. 

We want our kids to continue to play, and they keep playing as long as it is fun. Referees learn that fun soccer varies from age group to age group of players. 

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Amana, Iowa 52203

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 319-558-8029
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