NEW REFEREE HANDOUT - All the info you would need to know once you have selected to become a referee
Any questions please contact the head referee Georges Spagnolo via email: email@example.com
What else do I need to become an official?
In addition to a whistle and a Law Book, you need a uniform (referee shirt, black shorts, black socks), a digital watch, and flags.
How much does it pay?
U9-U10 Mini Soccer pays....$15 per game.
U11-U18 Club Youth pays $20-$40 for a ref, and $10-$20 for AR's
U11-U18 District pays $30-$55 for a ref, and $17.50-$35 for AR's
How will I be scheduled for games?
You will receive an email from PFC showing you what games are availble for your qualification. You will then be able to accept them through a log in process online. Remember to update your availibility in your ref center system and that you cannot accept a game in which a close relative is playing or in a division in which you play.
What kind of support is there for officials?
We have a Referee Mentor, whose job is to provide on-field support and suggestions. He will be readily availble to answer questions or address concerns that you may have.
CHECK OUT THIS WEBSITE - http://areferee.com/soccer.php
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