Benefits of Becoming a Referee
Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club offers opportunities for interested members to become certified referees.
In Colorado, the Referee Course consists of two parts: an online module and field session. Future referees must complete both sections in order to successfully pass the course and be registered with U.S. Soccer. The purpose of this program is to prepare officials for the recreational and small-sided youth game.
The Colorado Referee Administration operates under the core values of SEE.
How to Become a Soccer Referee in Colorado
|Who am I?||Referee Grade||Online Course||Field Session|
|Referee that hasn't recertified in 2-4 years||Complete Grassroots Course (6 - 8 hours online work)||Lapse in Registration Re-Certification Course||Yes|
|Referee that hasn't recertified in 5+ years & wants to return||Complete Grassroots Course (6 - 8 hours online work)||"Fast Track" Grade 8 Course||Yes|
|Someone Looking to Become a Referee||Minimum Age of 13 (No Exceptions)|
|Rapids Fort Collins||Deanna Duncan-Allen||[email protected]||303.888.6863|
|Rapids North||Patrick Carlin||[email protected]||303.931.4707|
|Rapids Central Competitive||Deanna Duncan-Allen||[email protected]||303.550.6703|
|Rapids Central Recreational||Leonard Apodaca||[email protected]||303.483.5499|
|Rapids South Competitive||Deanna Duncan-Allen||[email protected]||303.550.6703|
|Rapids South Recreational||Leonard Apodcaca||[email protected]||303.483.5499|
|Rapids Castle Rock||Graeme Florance||[email protected]||720.243.1991|