Want to make the Calls? Want to earn some extra cash? Want to be a soccer Referee?
Begin the path of becoming a referee by completing the on line training sessions.
Grade 9 Referee Training Module
Grade 8 Referee Training Module
Referee Clinic Grade 8 Certification
Sunday, August 14th, 8am to 5pm - Casper College Wold Building PS 111
Click here to register for the Class- Must complete the online Grade 8 Module before attending-Enter Code CASPER
$50 is due at the time of registration for the instruction & Grade 8 certification & Lunch
Contact Roger Brown email@example.com with any questions
Visit the Referee Store for your referee needs
Anyone 12 years or older may become a USSF (United States Soccer Federation) certified referee. Many young referees who start with the Casper Soccer Club will continue on to state and national referee status. Many adults take up refereeing to help the sport and for the enjoyment of the game and to earn some extra cash. Current Casper referees have worked USYS Regional Events and National Championship tournaments, High School Matches and Collegiate Matches.
The CSC competitive programs requires all referees to hold an USSF Grade 8 or higher certification. The Grade 9 Referee is the first step which allows a referee to work recreational games. Young referees are typically assigned to the youngest age groups to gain experience and learn the art of refereeing. The Grade 8 referee may referee recreational and competitive games.
For the young referee, working the recreational games can be a great paying job. For the more experienced referee, Wyoming State League and Soccer Tournaments provide more of a challenge and better pay as well. Many coaches, Parents and Players work as referees at the tournament they attend for the enjoyment of the experience and to help pay for traveling expenses.
USSF Referee - Annual Renewal of Certification - Register by Dec 1 of each year
Learn the Off-Side Law
LAWS OF THE GAME
US Soccer Referee Information
Please contact the Casper Soccer Club Director of Referees, if you have any questions about becoming a referee or if you have any comments or concerns about Refereeing or Referees in General.
Roger Brown -Referee Assignor/Grade 7 Referee - firstname.lastname@example.org
A Referee is an independent contractor, not an employee of CSC. As such, the referee shall be responsible for paying all income, FICA and gross receipts taxes that may accrue as a result of referee services and will receive a 1099 if applicable. Personal information may be collected in reference to independent contractor status. Also the Referee shall provide his or her own equipment and uniforms.