Step 3: Register for course under Course Details*
*Note: All Adults must pass a background screening before being eligible to sign up! Cost to screen $30 and covers the individual for 2 years.
Step 5 (optional): Create a profile onPENSRA to begin self assigning matches!
Created for referees who regularly attend our weekly in-season
Referee Roundtables, we though it would be a cool idea to take things virtual with everyone working to #flattenthecurve and hopefully this helps alleviate that itch to be outside kicking a real ball ( ... okay, nothing can alleviate *that* itch!).
You can find the Referee Roundtable stream every week at the same time as normal Roundtable (from 6:30-8pm) on Twitch, by searching for SF_Youth_Soccer.
If you have a PlayStation account and your own copy of FIFA20, you can add TheBestLook7 and I (David Reardon) will go head to head with you!!
Minimum age to become a referee is 13 years of age at the time of the class.
Information on this page is taken directly from US Soccer's Digital Learning Center and any direct questions about grassroots registration can be sent to Samantha Moos at firstname.lastname@example.org
US SOCCER LEARNING CENTER : Obtaining A Grassroots Referee License
Step 2: Search for available courses listed under "Courses"
Step 1:Create a User Profile on the U.S. Soccer Learning Center
Step 4: Complete Online materials prior to the field session. All assignments must be complete BEFORE you attend the field session, with the exception of anyone under the age of 18 the SAFESPORT is optional