For Referee Clinic Information, click here
Youth Referee Information is at the bottom of this page.
All volunteers must complete a new volunteer form every year:
visit www.aysoregion4.org for details
New volunteer forms can be signed
off at any regional clinic or board meeting.
Referee Game Scheduling Software –
Referee game scheduling is handled at arbitersports.com. You must receive a confirmation
email with a login name to register.
Please contact the Referee Administrator,
Anna Winningham (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance with your
NOTE: You cannot schedule games
without registering as a 2013 AYSO volunteer, and completing Save Haven and
Concussion Awareness Training (@aysotraining.org). Please make sure these
have been completed before contacting Anna Winningham about your ArbiterSports.com
If you would like to be mentored or
observed to improve your referee game, contact Tim Weaver (email@example.com)
4 does not allow youth referees younger than
years of age to referee U6-U7-U8 games.
contact the Regional Referee Administrator from the contact page if you have
any further questions
See Documents to download sample
Front Game Card- PDF VERSION
Rear Game Card-PDF VERSION-- not available at this time
ALL Volunteers, Returning and New,
MUST register online www.eayso.com as a volunteer. Print two (2) copies and bring them to
any clinic or board meeting, along with your driver's license (or other photo
ID) to complete the 2013 referee registration process
Laws of the Game
2013 AYSO SUMMARY OF THE LAW CHANGES- Link by clicking
Laws of the Game
Click on Picture for document
Click on the book to view
Reglas de Juego
Haga clic en la foto para el
Haga clic en el
libro para ver
is a PRO Referee?
PRO stands for Player Referee Organization. It
is the standard name given to AYSO Referee programs geared towards kids 18
years old and younger. Anyone is welcome to become a youth referee. AYSO
youth referees are also soccer players and therefore the program is named
Player Referee Organization. National guidelines state that kids 12 years old
and older can become certified Regional Referees, although the minimum age in
Region 4 is 15 years old to officiate U6, U7 or U8 games.
For more information, contact the Regional
PRO-Youth Referee Representative, Trevor Marrone (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or Stephen Marrone (email@example.com)
Reminder: The Region has a zero tolerance
policy for referee abuse, and will not tolerate any abuse of our youth
volunteers. Please contact the Regional Referee Administrator, Anna
if you need assistance with this or any other referee question.