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Where can I learn about becoming a referee?
Visit http://www.ontariosoccer.net/Referee.aspx for more information.
View the process flowchart here
I would like to be a Referee for RUSC Recreational League games or in a Competitive League. What do I need to do first?
Register with the Club by signing up at: https://rockland.powerupsports.com/convenor
Please be sure to use the email address that you will regularly monitor, including your Facebook email account if you have one.
After I have registered with RUSC, do I need to register anywhere else?
Yes, you will need to register with the Ontario Soccer Association.
Click here to navigate to the OSA Online registration portal. You will be asked to provide a User Name, which is your OSA registration number. If you were registered previously, you can use the same password as last year or if you have never registered online before, the password will be emailed to you.
Or use this link to open the OSA Registration page which includes the mail-in registration form and waiver. These forms are updated yearly.
Where can I learn more about taking the referee courses?
You can also find information about OSA clinics at http://www.ontariosoccer.net/Referee/Referee/ClinicsDevelopment.aspx
Where can I find information about the Rules for Soccer?
You can follow the links below to find out more about the Rules depending on which age group and level you are interested in.
Links to OSA (U9 - U11 Recreational League)
Links to EODSA (U10 - U17 L5 Teams)
Links to ERSL (U13 - U21 Premier L4 and Regional L3 Teams)