Referee Information


Ty Barford -  tybarford99@gmail.com

Ben Muamba - muamba16@hotmail.com

 

How Do I Become A Referee?

Refereeing soccer can be any or all of the following:

  • A part time job with excellent money making opportunities.
  • A rewarding way of putting back into the game.
  • A way to keep yourself in shape.
  • An opportunity to learn important life skills such as
    - organization, time management, people skills.
  • Potential to advance as a referee to National levels or beyond.
  • A way to be directly involved in some great soccer!

There are two ways you can qualify to be a referee in Alberta:

  • ‘Mini Referee’ - to referee U9 or younger soccer. Anyone 12 years of age, or older (on or before May 15th) can sign up to take a
    ‘Mini Referee’ course.
  • ‘Entry Level Referee’ - to referee U11 or older soccer. Anyone 14 years of age, or older (on or before May 15th) can sign up to take an
    ‘Entry Level Referee’ course.

For more information https://albertasoccer.com/referee/become-a-referee/.

 

 

 

 

RAMP Registration

Join thousands of association partners using RAMP Registration Solutions.

Get Started

RAMP Official Assigning

#1 with Officials...for very good reasons.

Get Started

RAMP Websites

Manage your identity from the palm of your hand to the top of your desk.

Get Started

RAMP Team App

Keep your coaches, parents, athletes, and fans connected, seamlessly.

Get Started