REFEREE CLASS 2013:
Want to become a referee and/or just find out more about being a
referee? The Livermore class to become a referee is currently being
arranged for August. We training close to the Fall season start as that
is when the recreational games are played. Learn, use the information
and improve your skills with mentoring. Click on this article header for
details, ongoing class updates and to request additional direct
information from our Secretary.
June Cup 2013 is
on. Read up on the latest information. Referees will be paid on the
field and help with a really fun tournament; 1-2 selected young referees
are awards by the tournament with a check to further their overall
education. Teams get quality officials. Everyone Wins!
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~~~ KEY REFEREE INFORMATION ~~~
Livermore Association Membership
Meeting and Recognitions
is Monday, June 24, 7:00pm at
Livermore Library, 1188 South Livermore Avenue.
There is no meeting in May 2013. [click
here for details]
"LOTG #18 and Beyond"
What does it take to really officiate a game? You learned
the Laws of the Game, started to apply them on the field,
but what does it take to grow more and do better? Mr. Bunch
will be presenting some scenarios and tips of things that
can and do happen as well tips that everyone learns along
the way. This discussion will be highly interactive with the
attendees. Come with your own tips, preventative approaches
to have a smooth game, as lessons learned or questions from
our past experiences. By the way, informally Law 18 is
This presentation is best suited for the less experienced
referees but also a great place for the more seasoned
referees to contribute their ideas and experience to the
betterment of everyone attending.
Referee 2013 Registration is Open
Badges and registration for 2012 expired on
12/31/12. Referees are not be eligible for any games in 2013 until
their registration is current for 2013. [Click here for more details]
Interested in Refereeing in Livermore?
WANT TO BECOME A REFEREE
If you are interested in becoming a
referee, you have to take and pass an official USSF referee class. Classes are
in Livermore in August. Livermore classes will be announced
here when they are set up, usually in the summer months. To get more
information about upcoming Livermore classes or what refereeing is
Why Become a Referee?
(great reference for college, scholarship or job)
A rewarding service for
the kids and community
Help keep the game safe,
fun and fair
Become a better coach,
player and spectator
Helps you get and stay
Ref matches appropriate
for your fitness level
Better appreciation of
the world's game
Experience the game from
the best seat in the house
Enjoy support and
teamwork with fellow referees
Work at pace/level that
is comfortable for you
Schedule matches to fit
Earn extra fun money
Great part-time job for
teens and adults
ALREADY A REFEREE AND WANT TO WORK IN LIVERMORE
- If you are a USSF-registered
referee and want to referee youth matches in Livermore contact the
LRA Referee Assignor indicating your
interest and information requested below.
Current referee pay is
available on this site.
Contact information: Name, Address, Email,
Years of Experience, Badge Grade
Current level of referee competency:
Referee and AR age group comfortable with
Current Assignors contact information for
MUST BE AT LEAST 13 YEARS OF
AGE IN THE FALL OF THE REFEREEING YEAR
REFEREE OR LRA FEEDBACK?
Feedback is already reviewed and acted
upon as appropriate. If you have feedback on the Livermore Referee
Association or any of our referees, please send an email to the LRA
Vice President at
If your feedback is on a particular
referee or incident, please be factual, as complete as you can and
include dates, times, location, and anything else that will help us
understand the situation quickly and be timely in our response. For
your convenience, you can also use our online form at
We are here to assist you. Contact the
following people with your questions and feedback.
Click on any of
the names shown above to send an email message to that person.
About Livermore Referee Association
Membership in the Livermore
Referee Association is open to all persons in the community who
earn and maintain their status as a USSF-registered referee.
Leagues of Interest:
Soccer Club (youth)
Women's Professional Soccer League (WPSL) has two local teams in
Livermore West Coast Wildkatz and Dublin Breeze.
National Team (MNT)
Women's National Team (WMT)
Other helpful Links:
District III Refs
Ask A Referee (USSF)
For The Integrity of
Soccer (Bob Evans)
FIFA World Cup
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