CNRA Area "District" III Referees

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Dublin I Fremont I Livermore I Mustang I Newark I Pleasanton I San Ramon

For the next District III Referee Committee Meeting for League Referee Coordinators please check the calendar.

District Referee Coordinator: Simon Yeo

Director of Instruction: Mike Coffey

Director of Assessment: Van Henson

District Young Referee Assignor: Jeff Smith

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BECOME A REFEREE BY TAKING THE CLASS

Becoming a refeee is a great way to support the teams, stay fit, work your own hours, improve decision-making skills as well as learn more leadership skills. Referees work when they are available in coordination with the Referee Assignors. Each referee grows at their own pace. Each Referee Association has a mentoring progrom to support your individual path to become the best referee you can become.

All referee course registration is now handled online at http://www.cnra.net/registration/.


USSF REFEREE REGISTRATION

Referees need to re-register EVERY Year consecutively to keep in good standing.

2014 USSF RE-REGISTRATION (updated 7/26/13)

Early Re-Registration for the 2014 Season is now available. All current 2013 referees are to re-register online prior to December 31, 2013 via the cnra.gameofficials.net site to ensure they are licensed to referee at the begining of the 2014 season. (Be sure to update ALL personal information to ensure you receive email notifications and materials to your current or preferred mailing address.) CNRA encourages registration NOW so you are more likely to receive your 2014 materials (Badge, Law Book and Registration Card) prior to the 2014 season.

NEW REFEREES NOTE: **New Referees that took their Final Test, for their Entry Level Course on or before June 31st of 2013 ARE required to renew their registration for 2014. **New Referees that took their Final Test for their Entry Level Course on or after July 1st are CURRENTLY already registered for the 2014 Season and do not have to re-register at this time. Registration Information and Directions can be obtained by visiting the CNRA website at: http://www.cnra.net/registration/ Should you still need additional assistance visit CNRA Registrar Contact Information at: http://www.cnra.net/cnra/contact/

If you are unable to register online, Mail-In Paper registration is allowable if: *You do not have a credit card, or *You do not have means to electronically submit records or documents of your requirements to maintain or upgrade your current license and instead must submit paper documents. Instructions for Mail-In Registration can be obtained at: http://www.cnra.net/registration/mail-in/

Emailed by: Chris Elliott, CNRA Registrar

 


LAWS OF THE GAME 2013-2014

The new Laws of the Game (LOTG) for 2013-2014 are now available. [click here for LOTG 2013-14 and the Interpretation of the Laws]

Other useful documents:

Referee Administrative Handbook 2010-2011

Advice to the Referee "ATR" 2009-2010

Advice for NEW Referees 2010

Guide to Procedures for Referees, Assistant Referees, and Fourth Officials 2010-11

Region IV Young Male Referee of the Year 2012

Kyle Wiest

 


BECOME A REFEREE

What to wear one of these officially?

Get trained to become a soccer referee! Sign up for a course today on our Instruction page or check on your city's referee association. Referee can take a course anywhere that fits into one's schedule.

  • Earn $$$

  • Keep Fit!

  • Know the Laws of the Game

NEW REFEREES should see the USSF New Referee document for useful information getting started.

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