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Why Become a Referee?

  • Get Paid: earn good money to participate in a sport you love
  • Flexible Schedule: provide your own availability to assignors to work around your busy schedule
  • A New Way to be Part of the Game: continue to be involved in the game you love in ways other than playing or coaching
  • Health and Fitness
  • Challenge Yourself: becoming a referee is a rewarding process full of challenges and opportunities to advance to higher level and higher paying games
  • Develop Life Skills: discipline, leadership, organization, communication, professionalism and confidence
  • Improve our Sport
  • Travel
Details on the U.S. Soccer Referee Pathway can be read here.  Per U.S. Soccer, new referees must be 13 years of age or older at the time of registration. State Referee Committees have no discretion in changing this.

Email Anne Wright for general questions about the Georgia Soccer Referee Program.