Referee

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If you're looking to find out more about refereeing or even just fancy meeting our workforce, then click on the topics below.

Become a Referee

Or maybe you just simply want to understand why certain refereeing decisions are made?

Well, you're not the only one, more and more people of all ages, genders, races and abilities are getting into refereeing.

If you would like to become a qualified referee, you need to take part in a Referees Course with your local County Football Association. If you would like to speak to someone in your area then please use this link which will direct you through to the appropriate County Football Association where a member of staff will be happy to help.

If you're still in the browsing stage, there are more details on our Information below, take a look.

To become a referee you must be at least 14 years old and a resident of England.

Questions regarding Refereeing please contact: Wendy.Chambers@HuntsFA.com or David.Seaman@HuntsFA.com

 

Laws of the Game - Click Here

Learn about the laws of the game applied by match officials in games across the country

More about Referees - Click Here

Find out more about refereeing different formats of the game and the stages of promotion from a grassroots ref through to the Select Group and FIFA.

National Referee Development Programme - Click Here

The National Referee Development Programme is the initiative created by The FA to help referees to achieve their potential in the game. Read more about what it could do for you.

More formats of the game - Click Here

There are more versions of the game than simply 11-a-side. Find out more about the Small-Sided game, Futsal and Disability football.

RA-FA Youth Council - Click Here

The Council is a group of 12 referees aged 16-25 who aim to improve the landscape for other young officials.

Frequently asked questions - Click Here

Have a question? Have a look at the FAQs.