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How do I Become a Referee?Printable

How to Become a Referee?

Many individuals have this question.

Small Sided NSYSA referees may be assigned U05-U11 level games. They typically require Grade 9 referee training.

Contact your Club's Small Sided Referee staffer for help with locating trainings, guiding you through the paperwork process, helping calendar your game assignments, and guiding you in filing the post-match reports essential for payment to begin.

The directory-> to your Club's Small Sided Referee contacts can be found here.

Paperwork-> requirements needed for working as a Small Sided NSYSA referee are linked here.

Questions for those desiring to become USSF Licensed Officials who able to work any level Youth match and preparing to work Adult matches (Grade 8) or able to work Youth Recreational matches U-14 and below (Grade 9).

Click here to view how the Washington State Referee Committee answers this question:Going