Have a question about becoming a referee? Maybe what gear you should purchase? How about documentation about the Laws of the Game? Or how about Game Day Protocols for referees at CVUSC Home Games? Check out our Frequently Asked "Referee" Questions below. If you have a question, that has not been answered here, please send a note here, or use the form provided on this page.
Yes, you can find the information on our "Referee Rules & Regulations" page.
Yes, the club will guide the development of the club's players and coaches.
Annual Registration Cycle for all Referees in British Columbia = April 1 through to March 31. Please contact the CVUSC Referee-in-Chief for more information.
There are 2 types of referees. To be eligible to become a minis referee who officiates mini games only (U9 - U10 ages), you must have turned 12 by September 1st, 2016.
The entry level referee (U11 - U12 ages) must have turned 14 by September 1st, 2016. Entry level refs can referee both mini and youth games, and you may be assigned more than 1 game per weekend. Referees may only referee youth games where their calendar age is at least 2 years greater than the age division of the game in question, with the approval and assessment of the Referee-In-Chief.
For more information please visit our "Referee Rules & Regulations" page.
For their registration fee, the referees get:
A number of resources are available and can be found on our "Referee Pathway" page.