Become a Referee

 


To become a referee, you must be 13 years of age or over and you will need to complete the FA Online Laws of the Game Course and complete the Level 4 Referee Course.

The FA Online Laws of the Game Course provides a basic introduction to the Laws of the Game and their interpretation. To successfully complete the course, a participant needs to pass the online examination and print their Statement of Completion Certificate.

The Level 4 Referee Course provides participants with education and training to become a referee. It can be undertaken in a classroom environment as a one day course consisting of theory modules and practical sessions on a pitch to enable referees to begin officiating.

The Level 4 Referee Course can also now be undertaken online. Participants complete the theory modules, and upon meeting the course requirements, attend a practical session on a pitch to enable them to begin officiating.



NNSWF Online Level 4 Referee Course

CLICK HERE to register to undertake the Online Level 4 Referee Course


Obtaining Your Referee Accreditation

1) Complete the FA Online Laws of the Game Course and obtain your Statement of Completion Certificate.
2) Register for and attend a Level 4 Referee Course, or register for and undertake the Online Level 4 Referee Course.
3) If undertaking the Online Level 4 Referee Course, attend a practical session on a pitch.
4) Register on Play Football as a referee with NNSWF or one of its member zones.
5) Referee your first game on the field or run your first line as an assistant referee.


 


 

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