Powers and duties The referee:

  • enforces the Laws of the Game
  • controls the match in cooperation with the other match officials
  • acts as timekeeper, keeps a record of the match and provides the appropriate authorities with a match report, including information on disciplinary action and any other incidents that occurred before, during or after the match
  • supervises and/or indicates the restart of play


Recent news for referees

Return to Play (COVID-19): Operational Plan and Guidelines for Games

Following Public Health’s recommendations, many modifications have been made to the Guidelines for games concerning referees, coaches, players, managers, and fans. To get familiar with the newest modifications to the Return to Play Guidelines, please…

2019/2020 LOTG Refresher for 2021 Season

2021 Referee Refresher Course

2021 Referee Registration is Open

⚽ It’s time to complete your registration for the 2021 season!⚽ Everything is NEW for 2021 including the process. Please use this link below to register for the 2021 season using our Powerup registration system! Note:…

2021 Entry Level Referee Clinic

This introductory course is intended for those 13 years of age and over who are just beginning their refereeing career. It focuses on the practical aspects of refereeing for primarily youth (U12 – U18) games….