Throughout the year the State Referee Committee, Referee Chairman and referees from around the area are asked the question, “How do I become a referee?” The answer is simple, attend and successfully complete a referee training program. North Texas and its’ member associations offer two entry level programs for individuals interested in becoming a referee.
PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION ON PAGE IF INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SOCCER REFEREE!
REFEREE CLINIC AGE REQUIREMENTS
Grade 8 Clinic - Must be 13 yrs old by the day of clinic
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Email Jeff Rumsey, Referee Representative at email@example.com for more information.
READ ALL: The Grade 8 clinic has 17 embedded videos for the PRE-CLINIC ONLINE SESSIONS. Each Session of the Laws of the Game has interactive questions, WHICH MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO THE ON SITE CLINIC. You can not move on to the next session without completing the one before with at least 75% answered correctly. ALL ONLINE SESSIONS MUST BE COMPLETED 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE ON SITE CLINIC START date and time.
After you CONFIRM REGISTRATION you must LOAD SESSION TRACKER to start the Law 1 Video.Sessions B/C/D/E are done on-site at the clinic location and times as indicated.
Withdrawal from ANY clinic within fewer than 72 hours before the start time will result in the loss of your clinic and administrative fees, i.e. $35.
Referees are required to complete a background check upon recertification or upon signing up for a clinic.