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Becoming a Referee in 2016/2017

Fancy a game every week?

If you've ever thought about it - DO IT - once you've started refereeing, you'll wish you had done it
YEARS AGO......

Trainee Classes - Our next intake of Trainees will take place on Monday 21 August 2017 at Fife College, St Brycedale Campus, Kirkcaldy. The course runs for 8-10 weeks from 1815 hours – 2045 hours. If you wish to join the class, please complete an application form via the link on this page and send it off to our Association Tutor at the Recruitment email address.

The cost - remains at £20 (£12 if you are unemployed or in Full Time Education). Applicants are welcome from both males and females, the criteria being that you must be aged 16 by the end of the course.... Oh, and by the way, there is no upper age limit. Contact our Secretary or our Association Tutor to make your interest known

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Whether you want to be the next Referee of Premier League Matches, European Matches and World Cup Qualifying Matches, or even if you wish just to officiate in public park football, then the Fife Referees Association offers a fantastic opportunity for YOU to become a fully qualified football referee.

If you need an incentive, after exceptionally hard work and commitment, Fife now has Lorraine Clark as its first female FIFA Referee who officiates in matches in Europe and around the world as well as in the Scottish Football League and Junior League. The opportunities in refereeing are abound for you, both men and women
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There has never been a better time to become a referee. The Youth Development Initiative provides opportunities for newly qualified referees to officiate at matches involving the talent that will hopefully one day be playing professional football.

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In addition to matches involving the youth teams of Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline Athletic, East Fife and Raith Rovers, you can get the chance to referee the youth development initiative teams of the Scottish Professional Football League.

Whether you want to referee in the World Cup Finals, Scottish Professional Football League, Juniors, Amateur or Youth Leagues, the opportunity is there for you.



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If you are interested and want further details then please download and complete the Application Form. To help with the costs.

If you have any additional questions please contact the Association Secretary Liam Redpath.

The links to the left will give you an insight into the world of Refereeing as will the other pages on our site.

 

         
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