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Looking for a way to make your child’s soccer experience even better?  Looking for a way to keep yourself (or your spouse) in shape?  Looking for community service hours?  Consider volunteering a few hours to be an AYSO referee.  It’s easy, fun and free!  We will offer Referee instruction in early Winter and then again before the Fall Season. 

 


 

Referee Training Courses


Referee Training Courses in Palos Verdes

An additional referee course has been added on Tuesday, September 27th, 6PM to 9:30PM at Peninsula High School, Panther Room 207. Please see the flyer below for details. This is the final course for the Fall Season. It is geared to U9/U10, but U7/U8 referees may attend as well.

See this 
flyer for all details including how to register, if the training is offered online, what you need to do 24 hours in advance, and what you need to bring to the course. Missed it for this year?  Other Regions may still have courses.  Find these listed i
www.eAYSO.org (search in Section 1, Area F and Area D).

 

Other Referee Training

Want to get your name on the Referee Hall of Fame (see the bottom of this page)?  Then upgrade your referee badge this year to Intermediate, Advanced or National.  Ask any of the referee staff if you have questions.

What are the requirements to upgrade your badge? See this attachment: Ref Certification Requirements   Contact
 Joe Tabrisky (jptabrisky@cox.net) to let him know that you want to start the upgrade process.

 

Area 1F  will offer Intermediate and Advanced Referee training in the Fall and in Q1.   See the Area 1F website for info: www.aysoarea-1F.org on the Referee and Calendar pages.

 

Section 1 has Referee Training in Arcadia every January.  All classes from Regional through National, as well as Instructor and Assessor are offered and taught by very good instructors.  See ayso1ref.com for all details.


The Ken Aston Camps are a great opportunity to take these classes over a summer weekend in Orange County.  See KenAstonCamps for more info.

Has your child moved up to an older age division?  Make sure you know the specifics for refereeing in that age division: read the Division Referee Guidelines.



CGI Sports Referee Scheduling

Region 10 uses a referee scheduling system for all divisions.  Referees are encouraged to self schedule their referee assignments and view their schedules using the CGI Referee Scheduling website.   For U6/U7/U8, the home team provides the referee, so please schedule yourself for these matches.  On Friday at noon, see if any other games still need a referee and volunteer to ref any open game in these divisions.  Any questions?  Ask your Division Referee Coordinator.

The following links will take you to the CGI Scheduling System:

Referee Scheduling System: http://cgisports.com/ref/5550/
Game Schedules and Standings http://cgisports.com/ref/5550/stats/?user=public

For information on how to use the CGI Sports Referee Scheduling System, please refer to the following user guides:

Quick Start Guide
User Guide


 

Referee Resources

Referee Guidelines and Other Resources - each age has its own guideline, you must read these each year

Division Referee Coordinators: See the Referee Scheduling System for This Season's Referee Coordinators

AYSO Area F Referee Clinics
Ken Aston Referee Camp - Annual Summer Weekend Camp to Learn to Become a Better Referee
Sportsmanship Guidelines
Volunteer Information

Handball/Offside

Concussion Awareness - Referees, coaches, parents, and players are encouraged to take this online training to recognize the signs and respond to possible head injuries

AYSO Rules, Policies and Guidelines
(from the AYSO National site)

FIFA Laws of the Game 2016/2017

 - 2016 Annual Update
 - 2015 Annual Update
 - 2014 Annual Update
 - 2013 Annual Update
 - 2012 Annual Update
 - 2012 US Soccer Law 5 - Advantage Update
 - 2011 Annual Update
 -
2010 Annual Update
 - 2009 Annual Update

 


 

PV AYSO Referee Hall of Fame

When you see any of the referees listed below on the field, please offer your congratulations to them for achieving higher levels of certification in the last 5 years.  If you would like more information on how to upgrade your badge, please contact any of the referee staff.

 

Intermediate Referees

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

Vito Bologna
Bob Caseres
Lee Crockett
Mike Donatoni
Dean Decker
Larry Flusser
Erwin Haasnoot
Greg Moore
Fred Nayebi
Ed Novitsky
Michael Regan
Andrew Triolo
Spencer Yee

Paul Christen
Tom Coleman
Steven Fechner
Chris Gabelich
Alan Lem
Peter Mastan
Jim Porter
Henry Wang
Jing Zhang

Jesse Camp
Brent Daniel
David DeWitt
Romas Jarasunas
John Libby
Mike McLoughlin
Bob Murdock
Mark Pope
Matt Pope
Rosalie del Rosario
Fred Smalling
Robert Wakefield-Carl
Michael Warner
Binoy Yohannan
Jim Zamel

John Cruikshank
Anthony Deley
Donald Evans
Michael Kim
Janet Louie
David Potter
John Trujillo
Peter Vaccaro
Nelson Valderrama
Evan Yu
Nick Zilmer

James Bennett
Farnad Ferdows
Philip Garrant
Steve Hack
Robert Jenness
Erol Kosar
Marcus Linden
Mark Mitchell
Michael Morris
Sean O'Connor
Dennis Sebenick
Will Sheh
Keith Swensson
Chris Wong
Gilbert Yu

James Ding
Sean Hassett
Lucas Hodges
Martin Kelly
David Poitras


Active Advanced Referees
National Referees
     
David Behenna
Gregg Ferguson
Jim Bennett
 Larry Hoffman (Emeritus)
 John Cruikshank John Moody 
Kevin Dawson
Julie Nourayi
Steve Hack
Alan Siegel
Selina Lai
Joe Tabrisky
Gary LaMonte
Frank Zerunyan (Emeritus)
Eric Lee

Jamie MacDougall

 Peter Mastan  
Stex Perestam

 Matt Pope  
Stephen Smith

Larry Vanden Bos
Nick Wolff

Chris Wong
Mark Worthge
 Spencer Yee  
Gilbert Yu

Mark Zoeckler
     

Referee Assessors

Referee Instructors

Eric Lee
Julie Nourayi
Alan Siegel
Joe Tabrisky (National)
Mark Worthge
Gilbert Yu

Larry Hoffman
Julie Nourayi
Alan Siegel (Advanced)
Joe Tabrisky
Chris Wong