We are looking for one or more Referee Coordinators for Lendrum's 2017 Outdoor Soccer Seasons.
What does a Referee Coordinator do??
Recruiting and maintaining a list of referees within the community: Lendrum keeps a list of referees from the previous years, and uses tools such as the
newsletter, website, a referee database, and our community network to help find referees.
Typically there are a number of youth age individuals who are interested as referees are paid.
Scheduling and Coordinating referees for games played in Lendrum by Lendrum Community teams: Referee’s are required at the U10 and older age level.
Coordinating with the Lendrum Community League Treasurer on payment to referees: Payments are currently being made on monthly basis to simplify the process and keep paperwork light.
Supporting the ongoing development of new and existing referees within the Lendrum Community:
Lendrum supports those interested with free referee training courses.
REFEREES AND ASSISTANT REFS (LINES PEOPLE) NEEDED!
Referee Courses are mandatory (and FREE for Lendrum residents)
For more information please contact Matthew Hawkeye at firstname.lastname@example.org
SW Sting Soccer Club | Edmonton, Alberta is a premier soccer
program run by the South West Edmonton Soccer Association (SWEMSA) and believes in a
balanced lifestyle where a sensible approach to training and learning in sport is matched
with the individual and team goals. SW Sting Soccer Club is the representative organization
for competitive soccer in Southwest Edmonton.
Ever thought about playing STING Competitive Soccer?
Soccer players from ages U10 to U18 who are interested in a more competitive
level of play should consider trying out for a STING team.
Open tryouts will be held in March.
Check the STING Website for details and to register for tryouts:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What does the U stand for in U12?
A player on a U12 team is either Under 12 years of age or 12 years of age.
How long is the Indoor Soccer Season?
The regular season for Indoor Soccer runs from mid October to mid February.
Age levels that qualify for playoffs may play into March.
Who organizes Indoor Soccer and how do I get involved?
When does registration for Outdoor Community Soccer take place?
Registration for Outdoor Community Soccer takes place from mid-January to the end of February, with your Community League Soccer Coordinators.
After February 28th, you will need to follow the procedures for Late Registration. Registrations received after February 28 (29) will be considered late, will be
subject to a late fee, and players cannot be guaranteed a place on a team.