REFEREES AT MOUNTAIN RUSH
The job of the referee in a soccer game is to facilitate fair game play and to moderate games within the rules of CSA and Mountain Rush are critical to our success.
The process to become a referee is threefold: first, you will learn the 17 laws of soccer and complete a concussion awareness video. Second, you’ll complete online modules and a test covering the content you’ve learned. Third, you will attend a Referee Field Session with a minimum of 5 hours of participation.
We welcome new and returning referees and we encourage everyone to learn more about the “Laws of the Game” to help us all be better informed parents, coaches, players, and volunteers. Here are some references and resources for referees.
- Why become a referee? Soccer is becoming more popular every year. Games are a great way to engage with your community and to promote the values developed through athletics.
- To become a referee you will complete online training, plus an on-field practical. Visit http://www.coloradoreferees.com/ to register.
- Additional information available through Play the Whistle.
EXISTING REFEREES FOR ACADEMY AND ADVANCED LEAGUES
For our U8-U10 Intermediate Academy program and our Advanced Program (U11-U18) we offer two incentives to help encourage new referees to come up to Evergreen and retain our core of senior referees.
- Referees who are HS age and older who center 5 full matches receive a bonus of $50. These are paid out at the end of each season.
- Referees HS age or older who drive more than 20 miles one way receive a $5 mileage stipend for each game.
- Questions: please contact Bowen (the Mountain Rush Assignor)
Monday - Thursday: 9:00a - 4:00p
Friday: 10:00a - 2:00p
Saturday & Sunday: Closed