If you are ever appointed to games in a new league or division for the first time, always ask yourself the following questions to ensure you are adequately prepared.
A question every new referee wonders! How to get that badge onto the jersey?
If you meet a referee who hasn’t released his e-mail on RefCentre, feel free to share a link to this page for him.
A common point of confusion to new referees in our district is with the weird abbreviations.
A warm welcome to the SWSRA’s all-new website! We hope to provide you here with all the resources you need to learn about our association and the benefits offered for being a member.
Feel free to comment on this website and keep this great new venture active.
Use this page as a reminder for what you need to bring to the field.
This is a question that young referees may wonder as they assess refereeing as a potential career path.
Classification Levels through the Ontario system
- Youth Referee
- D1 (12 years old or older)
- D2 (13 years old or older)
- D4 (14 years old or older)
- District Referee
- D5 (16 years old or older)
- D6 (18 years old or older)
- Regional Referee
- Provincial Referee
- National AR/Referee
- FIFA AR/Referee
Ever wondered where a large chunk of your yearly referee registration fee goes when paid to the OSA? Insurance for the safety and protection of the referee is a very large chunk. The following two documents outline further information: Continue reading “Referee Insurance”