Corrales Soccer Club Referee Program
Corrales Soccer Club pays referees in cash on the field for both regular Season play and 3v3, while other fields may or may not. Corrales takes refereeing seriously keep this in mind! Referee abuse is not tolerated in CSC or at Corrales Fields, the board will consider discipline for all offending teams and may punish CSC Teams internally and guest teams by banning said team from CSC Fields during matches as well as by contacting club officials.
Referee Information- Contact Director of Referees Michael Posen firstname.lastname@example.org
Referees must be scheduled using the NWRGSL website. Click here to login to the referee website.
Information on upcoming clinics can be found here. On-line pre-registration REQUIRED for some of these clinics.
* Remember that every team needs to have a referee representing them.
Having qualified referees present at all league games is always a concern of coaches and parents. Certified referees are needed for each soccer game, both for the safety of the players and for the players' enjoyment of the game. Many games in the past few seasons have not had certified referees present for the game. Two teams playing without a referee is a scrimmage, not a match, and does not count in the team record. Like most other aspects of youth soccer, the availability of referees is completely dependent upon volunteers. Without enough volunteer referees, it is impossible to have a referee for all games scheduled. For this reason, the NWRGSL requires that each registered team provide a certified referee who will actively participate in the league schedule.
Active participation is defined as refereeing at least four league games during each 8-week season and filing a game report. Teams who do not provide an active referee during the season will not be given permission to travel.
Referees can buy the newest gear approved by the US Soccer Federation at Official Sports. Click here to visit Official Sports.
Referees earn a small amount of money when they turn in match reports. Don't forget to look to older brothers and sisters, cousins, and other teenagers to be your team referee. Recreational soccer is a great place for youth referees to earn a little money and gain confidence.
If you have not re-certified for calendar year 2014, clinics may be available here.