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Steps to Becoming a Referee

Steps to Becoming a New Referee                           Questions: Email [email protected]
1. Sign up as a volunteer (Even Returning Referees must do this step every Fall)
Login to this website (click the LOGIN button at the top right)
If you don't already have an account, click REGISTER NOW
Click "Volunteer" on the menu on the left
NOTE - you may have to click "FIND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES" at the top right 
"MY21 Referee and Board Volunteer Registration".
Complete information forms for the current season

2. Complete the Safe Haven, CDC Concussion Awareness and Sudden Cardiac Arrest courses online
Login to your account as above, click the Volunteer menu on the left, and find the "AYSOU" button under your name on your Volunteer page.
On our training site, click "Training Library" on the left
Under "Safe Haven Courses" click "View Courses"
Complete the Safe Haven Online Course
Complete the CDC Concussion Awareness Online Course
Complete the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Online Course
Save your certificates (if the system allows)

3. Attend appropriate training course:
    To referee 6U and 8U:
   Training Library, Refereeing (click View Courses),  "8U Official Course - Online"


    To referee 10U and above (and to earn referee points):
    a. Complete the Regional Referee Training Course (this is part 1 of 2)
       Training Library, Refereeing (click View Courses), "Regional Referee - Online + In Person Field Session"

    b. Attend Regional Referee Companion Course.  (This is part 2 of 2 - an in-person course)
Register for the class:
Training Library, Refereeing (click View Courses), Regional Referee Companion Course - Full In-Person Course
Region 65 Sessions are on the calendar, and on this website page.
Find other options at the same place, in neighboring cities.

        The Online Regional Referee - Online + In Person Field Session course (Step a above) must be completed prior to attending the classroom portion. 

Any questions? Contact: Joey Catuara, Referee Administrator [email protected] 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Q: Is there an age restriction?
A: Yes, youth referees must be at least 12 years old, and may referee games 2 years below them (e.g. - U10 for a 12 year old)

Q: Do I need to pre-register for an in-person course? 

Q: What should I bring to the course? 
A: You’ll need paper and a pen/pencil for taking notes. We’ll provide you with course materials. 

Q: What if I am late arriving to a course? 
A: Punctual attendance is critical. Late arriving students may be asked to attend another course

Q: Are there any publications I can look at prior to attending a course?
A: Laws of the game: 

Referee Courses Spring 2022

6U & 8U Official Course
Online at EtrainU - under Training Library, Refereeing, "8U Official Course - Online"

10U and older: Regional Referee Companion Course
Arcadia Road Show Jan 8-9 -CANCELED
Special class for Select Referees - Jan 22 in Rancho
Rancho Cucamonga - Courses will be scheduled in March 2022

Intermediate, Advanced and National Upgrade Courses
Arcadia Road Show Jan 8-9 -CANCELED

Upgrade Observation Request Process

Area G Upgrade Assessment Procedures (On the Area Website)
Intermediate Upgrade Observation Procedure
Advanced Upgrade Assessment Procedure
National Upgrade Assessment Procedure

To request an Advanced or National Assessment, please fill this form out. Once I have received the form entry I will work on scheduling there assessment. .
Assessment request form :

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Contact Us

AYSO Region 65 Rancho Cucamonga Youth Soccer

AYSO Region 65, PO Box 9208
Alta Loma, California 91701

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 909-285-7625
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