Welcome new and returning referees and thank you for volunteering. Your support is essential to giving our players a great soccer experience. Read on to learn about becoming a referee. Training and meeting dates for the 2014 Fall Season. will be posted in mid-March. Please visit this page again for referee information
Registration and Training
AYSO referee training is a well developed national cirriculum taught by certified instructors. Follow the steps below to become a Certified AYSO referee.
1. Register or update your volunteer registration. Go to eAYSO.org, become a member, register as a Region 63 volunteer referee, and write down your ID #. First-time adult registrants only; print and mail a photocopy of your driver's license to Jim Brogan, 1132 Bernal Ave., Burlingame, CA 94010. Or, scan and email a copy to email@example.com.
2. Sign up for referee training. Go to eAYSO.org. Sign in using your eayso passwod and click on "Enroll to take a class". For classes in the area, search "Section 2" and "Area N".
U8-Official Training will train you to referee 5- to 7-year-olds in games with simplified rules and takes 3 hours to complete.
Basic Referee Training prepares you to referee regulation soccer matches. New Basic Referees usually begin as assistant referees working with an experienced referee in the U10 Divisions (8- and 9-year-olds).
Basic Referee Online Companion Course combines online training (about 1 1/2 hours) and a field session (3 hours + written test). Complete the online portion independently at AYSOtraining.org. before attending a filed training session. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes you can run in. A written test follows the field session and is part of the learning process.
* See eAYSO for instructor contact information.
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|U-8 Offiical Course
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|Basic Referee Online Companion Course Field Session**
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** Complete the online portion of this course before attending a field session.
3. Complete Safe Haven online training at AYSOtraining.org. Safe Haven certification is required for all adult AYSO volunteers and is recommended for youth volunteers. If you have completed Safe Haven in prior years, you will need to complete an updated version.
3. Complete The "Heads Up" Concussion training Go to AYSOtraining.org. AYSO has partnered with the Center for Disease Control to offer online concussion training.
Referee Development and Mentoring
Experienced referees support and mentor new referees. You will become a full-fledged referee in a postitive and educational environment.
U10 Referee Volunteer Point (RVP) System
Each U10 Divsion team will be asked to provide two new volunteers to be trained as Basic Referees. The new recruits can be parents, family and friends, or youth (11 and older). New referees will be affiliated with their respective teams. These referees will earn points toward their team's Division standings when they referee games.
New referees typically start to officiate as U8 referees or U10 Assistant Referees. An experieced referee will be assigned to support new referees learning game day procedures and how to apply the laws of the game. Mentors also help ensure that coaches, parents, and referees work together to give players a positive soccer experience.
For more information on Burlingame's referee program, please contact Mike Hazinski (650-393-4778) or Rick Sandor (650-678-7801)
- See The Board for listing of your Referee Administrators and Schedulers.
- See the 2013 Calendar for Key Dates that you need to know.
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