Details of Surrey County FA referee courses that will take place in the summer are shown below. Awarded by The Football Association, this course involves a minimum of 16 hours of tutorial, plus 6 officiated games at 9v9 or 11v11 level which are part of the course. This provides an introduction to the Laws of the Game as well as developing the practical skills required to be a referee. Places on the courses will be allocated to those with a Surrey address first. Out of County applicants will be allocated a place if space is available.
The FA Safeguarding Children in Football Workshop for this course is on 2nd February
Woking Course Starts 21st February, Exam 28th February
The FA Safeguarding Children in Football Workshop for this courses is 16th February
Those aged under 16 and over who referee in youth football will need an FA CRC (Criminal Records Check
If you have an enquiry please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Information for 9v9/11v11 Football
Minimum Age: 14 Years
Course Duration: 16 Hours (plus officiating 6 matches to fully qualify)
Price: Online Booking £130 Per Candidate (plus FA CRB if required)
Frequency: Approximately 15 Courses run across the County across the year
Who is this course for?
The Basic Refereeing Course is ideally suited to you if you are interested in becoming a referee in the 11 v 11 game both in youth and adult football. You should also consider this course if you currently coach or volunteer and have an interest in refereeing games within your club or league. This course can be viewed as the first, crucial step to you developing as a referee before progressing through the various levels of refereeing.
What can I expect from the course?
During your time on this course, a total of 5 separate modules will be covered. This will be a combination of classroom and practical based elements which include putting your refereeing knowledge and training into practice by completing 6 matches as a trainee referee. Details of the 5 modules covered on the course are;
Module 1 – Introduction
Laws of the game
The role of the referee
Skills to control a game of football
Module 2 – Practical
Positioning & movement (set piece & open play)
Managing game situations
Signals & Communication techniques
Application of the Laws of the Game
The FA Safeguarding Workshop
The FA RESPECT programme
Module 3 – Examination
Multiple choice questions/exam (classroom)
DVD Exam (classroom) Practical Exam (Outdoors)
Module 4 – Refereeing
6 games (must be 9v9 or 11v11) to establish knowledge & practicalities
Module 5 – Next Steps
In-Service Training Event
Presentation of Certificates
Having completed the course successfully, you will qualify as an FA Registered Referee and receive a personalised FA Certificate.
How do I find out when the next available course is on?
You can find a list of Basic Refereeing Courses below however new course dates can often be announced and occasionally existing course dates/venues are subject to change.
I’ve found the course I want – how do I enrol?
Please complete the course booking form which can be found at the bottom of this page. For more information please contact Tim Lawrence on 01372 387094 or by email on email@example.com