CARMEL UNITED SOCCER CLUB (NY)
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Referees can begin at 14 years old. Referees are paid for their services and will be reimbursed the cost of their annual certification course, or a portion thereof, at the following rate:
It is the responsibility of the referee to get their games in, not the Club assignor. It is also the referee's responsibility to notify the Club assignor to request reimbursement. Depending upon the number of referees available in any season, it may not be possible for referees to get in enough games to be fully reimbursed.
Contact Head Referee Keren Larkin if you are going for certification, want to be included as a Club referee, or if you need more info.
Registration, Re-certification, and Information
The Club assigns referees for U12 and under, non-Division 1, home travel games.
All other Travel games (U13 and up, U12 Division 1) are assigned referees by the Hudson Valley Soccer Referee Association.
Inhouse recreational games are also assigned by the Club.
A referee’s journey begins at the Grassroots level. U.S. Soccer Grassroots Referees are qualified to officiate competitive, small-sided or recreational youth matches and amateur adult matches.
The U.S. Soccer Grassroots License has both an online and in-person component. Grassroots Referees will register for courses and be certified through State Referee Committees. The Grassroots Referee Course is open to individuals 14 years of age or older.
To become a referee in Eastern New York:
Grassroots Referee Course Info
Club Game Assignments
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Most answers to questions about our Recreational & Travel soccer programs can be found on this website. To avoid delays, please check thoroughly before contacting us.
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