Magda Zwierzchowski has been appointed as the New Jersey State Youth Referee Administrator replacing Dan Paolini who after 3 years of service will now be spending time with his family, friends and continuing his writing. Magda brings a wealth of knowledge to the program and we look forward to her moving the referee program and […]
The New Jersey State Referee Committee is comprised of elected/appointed members that serve the states soccer referee needs. NJSRC identifies, educates, and certifies referees to fill the needs of the youth, adult, ameatur, and professional matches in the state.
Welcome to the first step in becoming a soccer referee! Effective July 1, 2019, US Soccer has introduced the name Grassroots Referee to replace the former “grades” of 7, 8, and 9. The US Soccer Digital Learning Center has also became the hub for all registration activities. You must be 13 or older to set up an account in the Learning Center.
Welcome to the first step in becoming a soccer referee! Effective July 1, 2019, US Soccer has introduced the name Grassroots Referee to replace the former "grades" of 7, 8, and 9. The US Soccer Digital Learning Center has also became the hub for all registration activities. You must be 13 or older to set up an account in the Learning Center.
Referees must be available at all times during regular soccer season, unless sufficient advance notification was made, in writing, to the NJSA Referee Assignor. Number of Assignments Referees must officiate at least sixteen (16) adult amateur official (90 minutes) games during a calendar year in order to be eligible for re-registration re-certification for the same grade for the following year.
REFEREES. This link will take you to the official website of the New Jersey State Referee Committee. Here you can find information for aspiring and existing referees, referee assignors and more... MNJYSA is currently developing a program to provide aspiring referees with financial assistance to cover training and uniform expenses.
If you need League information and are looking for assignors, click on one of the links below to find the contact information for the youth leagues in New Jersey. Find a Competitive Youth Soccer Assignor . Find a Recreation Soccer Competition . Find a Futsal-Beach-Indoor Soccer Competition
Other Soccer Organization – VISITING TeamAdditional Fee for each additional team of the same Visiting Club/Team. $400$100. Other Soccer Organization – OUT-OF-STATE Team. $10. NJ Cups Only Teams – for Women and O40 cups only. $50. PLAYER REGISTRATION FEES. Player Type. AnnualRegistration Fee.
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Youth Soccer Referee Become a Referee in New Jersey If you want to become a referee in New Jersey, you will need to join a local officials association or chapter.