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Pass Area AYSO Region 641 - Beaumont, Banning, Cabazon, Calimesa and Cherry Valley

HOW TO BECOME A REFEREE

 

Steps to Becoming an AYSO Referee

Register as an AYSO volunteer on the Pass Area AYSO website at:

https://account.passareaayso.org/

 

  • LOGIN to the Pass Area AYSO Region 641 Blue Sombrero website OR if you don't already have an account, click REGISTER NOW

  • Click "Volunteer" on the menu on the left

  • On the Volunteer Screen click the green ‘Find Volunteer Roles’ button.

  • Select Program(s) to View Volunteer Roles” screen, click “+Select” button next to

    Volunteer Registration, then ‘view roles.’

  • On the Roles Screen, choose referee and any other roles you wish to volunteer for.

  • On the E-Signature screen, choose “click here to update e-sign form”

  • Follow the prompts to complete your account setup & return to the Home page

    Complete the Safe Haven and CDC Concussion Awareness courses online

  • Login to  AYSOU (using your username/password for this website)

  • Under "Online Courses" Complete the Safe Haven Course and the CDC Concussion Course

  • Print your certificates

    Take the In-Person Regional Referee Course

    This option generally consists of an 8 hour course, offered all-day on a weekend day or on two weeknights. Course length may vary depending on the presenter. These courses are not currently offered in Chino Hills, however are available in nearby regions.

  • Login to  AYSOU (using your username/password for this website)

  • Register for the Regional Referee Course: Go to In-Person Courses > Referee Instructor Led Courses > Regional Referee Course & click the 'Sessions' button to the right

  • Choose a location and date that is convenient for you and then press 'Register'

  • Attend the course at the date and time described by the course instructions

    ALTERNATIVE: Take the Basic Referee Course - This is a two-part process, an online session and a classroom session

  • Login to  AYSOU (using your username/password for this website)

  • Register for the classroom session: Go to In-Person Courses > Referee Instructor Led Courses > Regional Referee Online Companion Course & click the 'Sessions' button to the right

  • From one of the available dates on the 'New Referee Training' section of this page, choose a session by pressing 'Register'

  • Go to Online Courses > Regional Referee Training Course

  • Take the online module: YOU MUST COMPLETE THE MODULE PRIOR TO THE CLASSROOM SESSION

  • Attend the classroom session on the date you chose at registration

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: Is there an age restriction?

    A: Yes, referees must be at least 12 years old, but there is no upper age limit. Youth referees can officiate one age bracket below their own age level.
     
    Q: Do I need to pre-register for a course? 
    A. Yes! 
    YOU MUST REGISTER TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THE CLASS

    Q: What should I bring to the course? 
    A: Your online Safe Haven, Concussion & Regional Referee certificates. Also, you’ll need paper and a pen/pencil for taking notes. We’ll provide you with course materials. 

    Q: What if I am late arriving to a course? 
    A: Punctual attendance is critical. Late arriving students may be asked to attend another course

    Q: I am a USSF Soccer referee. Can I referee AYSO games?
    A: Yes, but only after completing the USSF-AYSO crossover process. The form and directions can be found HERE

Mentoring

Referee Mentoring

 

The purpose of mentoring is to build confidence in new and experienced referees alike. Seasoned referee mentors work side-by-side with our developing referees to offer a positive environment to learn about the role of and responsibilities of soccer referees. Situations are created to experience the events that occur in the game setting without the stress of going at it alone.

Our mentors make the referee's experience positive, offering feedback on the referee's successes and also areas to strengthen. Most new referees who participate in structured mentoring benefit greatly from the experience.

 

Request A Mentor

               

                Use the link bellow to request a mentor. (coming soon)

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Mailing Address

Pass Area AYSO Region 641

PO Box FF 
Beaumont, California 92223

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