Position Paper on the Wearing of Referee Headsets. Scenes From Spring 2021. Florida Referees Recognized at USYS South Region NCS. Referees Selected for 2021 USYS South Region Championship Series. Referees Selected for 2021 USYS Regional Presidents Cup. US Soccer DOGSO Position Paper May 28, 2021. First Ever Separate SYRA Appointed in Florida.
FL Soccer SRC Inc. oversees the administration of the United States Soccer Federation Referee Program within the State of Florida. They are responsible for the development of the appropriate procedures and policies for the certification and oversight of Florida referees, instructors, assessors and assignors.
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Florida Elite Soccer Academy is committed to creating the environment and the resources to take it to the next level. NEW REFEREES BEGIN HERE. For more information about Referees, please feel free to always reach out to our Referee Assignors. Stan Smith (Duval and Oakleaf) Stan@FloridaEliteSA.com.
FL State Referee Committee. Abrom Douglas Jr, State Referee Administrator SRA. Timothy Fouts, State Director of Instruction (SDI) Kenneth Miller, State Director of Assessment (SDA) James Vars, State Director of Referee Assignors (SDRA) John Bauman, State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA) US Soccer Guidelines for the State Referee Committee.
FLSRC has multiple regions to localize the administration of match assignments, referee development, training, and other general inquiries. These coordinators can direct referees in their area to the appropriate resources in Florida.
Florida State Referees, Inc. 6671 West Indiantown Road, Suite 56-305. Jupiter, Florida 33458-3984. 561.747.0761 (voice) 561.747.8813 (fax) See the Florida State Referees website for information on referees, referee courses, etc.
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To become a high school sports referee or umpire in Florida, you must be 18-years old. However there are opportunities for 16 and 17 year olds to get involved with officiating through a Florida Student Officials Program. FHSAA Referee & Umpire Training. You will also need to register with the Florida High School Athletic Association.