Refs’ Corner | EMSA South West

Community Referee Assignor

Contact either Al Jaworsky (al.jaworsky@anvilmachine.ca) or Mazzen Black (Mazzen.swemsa@gmail.com) 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)

HOW YOU WILL GET PAID

  • 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 refereeforms1@swemsa.org
  • 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.

2022_SWEMSA_Referee_Payment_Form

ASA Referee Code Of Conduct

ASA Refereeing Resources