Thinking of becoming a referee? Or are you a qualified referee looking for information on development opportunities and support? well, you can find everything you need right here.

This section of our website is dedicated to providing you with useful information on refereeing. Please feel free to navigate your way around the refereeing section of our website, but should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact our Refereeing Department via email - contact: Referees@HuntsFA.com

Become a Referee

Are your playing days over?, are you young and looking to make some pocket money whilst being involved in football?, or maybe you just want to experience another side of football?

  • Refereeing is a great way to be involved in football
  • There are opportunities for everyone
  • Remain active in the game following injury or retirement
  • Make new and lasting friends within the game
  • Play a huge role in ensuring the players enjoy their match day experience
FA Grassroots Referees

Development & Courses

We are committed to raising referee standards at all levels and by working together we will ensure that the Huntingdonshire FA continue to be recognised as a County producing talented officials operating across the entire football pyramid.

The ongoing development of our referees is focused on providing a level of support & training tailored to each individual.

For more information on becoming part of the County Referee Development Team, be it as an informal match-day mentor, mentor, assessor or referee coach please contact: Referees@HuntsFA.com

RefereeingĀ Support

The referee and his assistants are not on their own. The Referees' Association is an organisation, both locally and nationally, that exists to support officials when needed. As a registered referee, you are automatically an Associate Member of The Referees' Association (RA).

For more information on when The Referee's Association meetings are held please contact: Referees@HuntsFA.com