Refs’ Corner | EMSA South West

Community Referee Assignor

Contact either Al Jaworsky ( or Mazzen Black ( if you are interested in refereeing.

Before you can officiate a game, you must be fully certified with the Alberta Soccer Association (ASA).  Certification is valid for one outdoor season & the following indoor season.  Returning Referees must re-register with ASA before April 1, or a late fee will apply.  Youth/District Level Referees need to attend a refresher course; Mini Referees do not.    Please visit the ASA web site for details on how to become a new Referee OR how to renew certification from the previous year.

How to Sign Up for a Referee Course with Alberta Soccer – Instructions

If you will be officiating a U9 – U19 game, please print a copy of the Referee Misconduct Report below to take to your game(s).  If you have to complete this form, please send to the appropriate Administrator the day following the game:

U9/U11:  SWEMSA Office by 10:00 AM

U13-U19:  Jenna Davis at EMSA by 1:00 PM

Referee Misconduct Report (Nov 2015)


  • Community Centre Referees for U9-U19, Community Assistant Referees for U11-U19, SW Sting FC Centre Referees for U11-U18 and SW Sting FC Assistant Referees are paid by SWEMSA with the exception of TRSA.     TRSA games for U9 – U11 and  TRSA Assistant Referees are paid at the field by the coach.
  • The 2022_SWEMSA_Referee_Payment_Form (form below) needs to be submitted to
  • For games worked in May, payment form and copies of each game sheet must be submitted by June 6, 2022.
  • For games worked in June, payment form and copies of each game sheet must be submitted by July 4, 2022.
  • Cheques will be mailed within 2 weeks of submission.  
  • All payment forms (and copies of the game sheets) must be submitted by Sept. 9, 2022 to be considered for payment for Outdoor 2022.


ASA Referee Code Of Conduct

ASA Refereeing Resources