Referee Clinics

Jun 7, 2015

Referee clinics are taught by certified USSF instructors and are coordinated through the Idaho Soccer Referee Committee (ISRC). When scheduled, clinics are listed on the ISRC website at https://idahosoccerrefs.org/become-a-referee/ . You may also leave your contact information if you wish to be notified about clinics in your area.

Referee Clinics in Southwest Idaho

There are several different types of referee clinics taught in Southwest Idaho. However, not all clinics are offered every season. Please check the ISRC website for the most up-to-date information. The referee grade is not related to a referee’s grade in school. If you think about it, that would be silly since many referees are adults.  Here are the three referee clinics that are offered the most often in Southwest Idaho.

  • Grade 9 – (rarely taught in southwest Idaho) The purpose of the Grade 9 Referee Clinics is to prepare officials for the small sided and recreationalyouth game. Based on the level of training provided, U.S. Soccer recommends that these officials be assigned accordingly to best service the game. In order to become a Grade 9 referee, an individual must complete one of the Grade 9 referee clinics, pass the Grade 9 test and pay the appropriate USSF and Idaho registration fees. A grade 9 referee must recertify yearly by attending a recertification clinic, passing the Grade 9 referee test and paying the registration fee.
  • Grade 8* – The purpose of the Grade 8 Referee Clinics is to prepare officials for the competitive youth game. Based on the level of training provided, U.S. Soccer recommends that these officials be assigned accordingly to best service the game. In order to become a Grade 8 referee, an individual must complete one of the Grade 8 referee clinics, pass the Grade 8 test and pay the appropriate USSF and Idaho registration fees. A grade 8 referee must recertify yearly by attending a recertification clinic, passing the Grade 8 referee test and paying the registration fee.
  • Grade 7 – The purpose of the Grade 7 Referee Clinics is to prepare officials for the amateur adult game. Based on the level of training provided, U.S. Soccer recommends that these officials be assigned accordingly to best service the game. In order to become a Grade 7 referee, an individual must complete one of the Grade 7 referee clinics, pass the Grade 7 test and pay the appropriate USSF and Idaho registration fees. A grade 7 referee must recertify yearly by attending a recertification clinic, passing the Grade 7 referee test and paying the registration fee.

* This is the clinic that is most often taught in Southwest Idaho.

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