******** No Coach No Team - No Referee No Game ******** AYSO rule
Referees are as critical to soccer as players and coaches. In AYSO, the game can’t be played if there aren’t enough referees. It’s most common for a volunteer to begin their AYSO referee career by refereeing their own child’s game. However, as they learn the rules, develop their own techniques for managing players, coaches and fans, and gain an appreciation for how important the role of the referee is to a Safe, Fair and Fun soccer experience, they often find it very rewarding to expand their knowledge and experience through AYSO’s advanced training and certification process. AYSO’s referee training is considered some of the best in the U.S. and includes both in-person courses in your community and online opportunities. Soccer knowledge is a plus, but is certainly not required. The AYSO referee training will give you all you need to know to have a terrific experience on the field. For even more info about refereeing, please read AYSO National's referee information page.
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Next Referee Trainings or Meetings:
* Mar 2nd 2013 9am to 4pm Regional Ref Training Part 2 (including Safe Haven) at Queensborough
* Mar 9th 2013 9am to 4pm Youth Referee Training (PRO) at Queensborough
AYSO64 Training Location: All Referee and Youth Referee trainings (unless otherwise noted) are held at:
Queensborough Swim Club
Referee Game sign up and other links:
For additional information contact the Regional Referee Administrator, Vivek Achanta.
Photos courtesy of Luis Zavala Photography.