Become A Referee
Refereeing is a great way to continue your enjoyment of the game after or even during your playing career.
If you are passionate about football, then refereeing offers a different challenge and gives you the best seat in the house. It is also a great way to keep fit, utilise and develop your people skills and pursue a footballing path that allows for an individual training schedule.
You can maintain your current links within the game, forge new friendships and give back to the game in a direct and meaningful way. Refereeing can also open up travel opportunities both within New Zealand and to the rest of the world.
If you are interested in becoming a referee and would like the club to assist with some of the cost, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with what course you are wishing to participate in so we can support you on your referee aspirations. You will be supported by the club both in training and during game days.
How do I become a referee?
Introductory Club Referee
An introductory Club Based Referees Course (CBR), lasting a few hours, is aimed at parents, coaches, teachers and players and will teach you about the essential Laws of the Game.
Referee's Course Lvl 1
The Level 1 Course is designed for those who want to become a referee and covers the basic Laws of the Game, referee movement and positioning, acting as an assistant referee, player management and identification of common fouls. It comprises 10 one-hour sessions. Click here for information on future refereeing courses
For further information please contact our Referee Co-Ordinator Chris Marlowe on Telephone 022 564 7699
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