Referee Information

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR REFEREES

 

REGISTRATION AND TRAINING

1.     REGISTER TO BE A VOLUNTEER REFEREE FOR THE 2014 SEASON www.eayso.org

2.     THE ONLINE SAFE HAVEN COURSE www.eayso.org

3.     THE ONLINE CONCUSSION AWARENESS COURSE www.eayso.org

4.     BASIC REFEREE COURSE - PART 1 ONLINE- www.eayso.org

5.     BASIC REFEREE COURSE PART 2 COMPANION  AT RED OAK SCHOOL ON 8/23/14 AT 8 AM

6.     REFRESHER COURSE FOR RETURNING REFEREES RED OAK SCHOOL ON 9/4/14 AT 6 PM

7.     EXTRA COURSE RED OAK SCHOOL ON 8/28/14 AT 6 PM

How do I get an AYSO ID number?

If you have not yet submitted a Volunteer Application, you may begin the process by using AYSO's online system at
www.eAYSO.org. The system provides you the ability to create a profile consisting of your email and personal password.

Click on the First Time button and follow the instructions in the subsequent pages to apply to be an AYSO Volunteer. When you've completed the online Volunteer Application, print two (2) copies, sign them and give them to Nicola Bond (nbond@aysoregion4.org) in the Region. The Region must accept your application before you can begin volunteering. There will be an ID number generated by the system. It can be used to access the online training.

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Laws of the Game

 

2014 AYSO SUMMARY OF THE LAW CHANGES- Link by clicking

 

Laws of the Game

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Reglas de Juego

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PRO YOUTH REFEREE PROGRAM

PRO stands for Player Referee Organization. It is the standard name given to AYSO Referee programs geared towards kids 18 years old and younger. Anyone is welcome to become a youth referee. AYSO youth referees are also soccer players and therefore the program is named Player Referee Organization. National guidelines state that kids 12 years old and older can become certified Regional Referees, although the minimum age in Region 4 is 15 years old to officiate U6, U7 or U8 games.

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REGION 4 CONTACTS

REFEREE ADMINISTRATOR DAVE TOONE, dtoone@aysoregion4.com

CGI SCHEDULING SYSTEM ANNA WINNINGHAM,awinningham@aysoregion4.com

MENTORING/PRO SCRIMMAGE ED WEISZ, eweisz@aysoregion4.com

INSTRUCTOR (U5/U6/U7/U8) CARLOS COJULUN,ccojulun@aysoregion4.com

REFEREE INSTRUCTION (U10-U19) GERRY CUSONOVICH,gcusonovich@aysoregion4.com

UNIFORMS ANDY RICHMAN, arichman@aysoregion4.com

PRO YOUTH PROGRAM ROBERT BADIEI, rrbadiei@aysoregion4.com

 


 

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