Referee Information

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2013 FAST PASS Forms For Referees

Referee Training

There were three upgrade Referee trainings offered in August. The next upgrades will be in December 2013.

  • Regional Referee to Intermediate Referee (Roster number 201305719) scheduled December 7 & 8, 2013 in Lancaster. Click here for the course flyer
  • Intermediate Referee to Advanced Referee (Roster number 2013015718) scheduled December 7 & 8, 2013 in Lancaster. Click here for the course flyer

  • We usually have four Regional Referee classes planned for each year. Typical dates are listed below for your information. If you would like to plan on getting training for 2014 you can use the historical dates below as a guide.

    • Saturday July 27, 8am - 5pm.
    • Sunday August 25, 8am - 5pm.
    • Tuesday, Wednesday AND Thursday September 17, 18, 19, 5pm - 8pm, ALL 3 EVENINGS.
    • Sunday September 29, 8am - 5pm.

    Please contact Tim Haddad directly if you wish to enroll in either of these trainings.

    Quartz Hill Referees Attend National Referee Training

    This June, six Quartz Hill Advanced Referees spent three days taking a National Referee Training course at the Ken Aston Referee Camp. Standing from left to right are Mark Reynolds, Stefan Schneider, Phil Raquipiso, Michael Kennedy (Principal Instructor and former FIFA referee 1999-2006), Walter Williams, Sandra Serafini (Principal Instructor and FIFA referee 2006-2009), Tim Haddad and Rodney Jacobson. These six dedicated AYSO volunteers signed up for the very intensive National Referee training so they could improve their game. Last season, they refereed in over 200 of our Regional games as we rely heavily on them (and many others) to make our kids games Safe, Fair and Fun. Congratulations!

    To sign up for Referee Training, please login to, then select enroll to take a class. In the roster box enter the appropriate 9-digit number class number, then click the search button. Select the class and click the course signup button.

    Five Steps To be an AYSO-certified Regional Referee (U8 & U10):

    1. Fill out an on-line Volunteer Form at (this is a yearly requirement) and turn in two copies to one of our Child Volunteer Protection Advocates (CVPAs).

    • This can be done at any Registration, or Coach Training or Referee Training.

    2. Take the on-line Safe Haven training at (this is required every 2 years; it takes about 30 minutes).

    • To login to you need your AYSO volunteer ID number. You can find your number by logging into If you are already a volunteer your number is displayed. If you are not yet a volunteer, as soon as you fill out the on-line form, a volunteer number is generated for you.

    3. Take the on-line Concussion Awareness training at (currently required just once; it takes about 40 minutes).

    4. Sign up on-line to attend a Regional Referee Class.

    • Login to
    • Click on the 'Enroll to take a class' link.
    • Type 'Lancaster' in the 'city' field and click the 'search' button.
    • All coach and referee trainings that have rosters ready to go will appear.
    • Click on the course you wish to take then click on the 'course sign-up' button.

    5. Attend one of the four Regional Referee Trainings offered each year at the Lancaster National Soccer Center, Eastside Building, just EAST of Avenue L and 30th Street East (8.5 hr training required just once).

    • Saturday July 27, 8am - 5pm
    • Sunday August 25, 8am - 5pm
    • Tuesday, Wednesday AND Thursday September 17, 18, 19, 5pm - 8pm, ALL 3 EVENINGS.
    • Sunday September 29, 8am - 5pm.

    This may seem like a lot of requirements, but it is really not too much effort. All these steps are necessary to protect our children and protect both you and our region from lawsuits, as all volunteers are required by law to be properly trained.


    • Tim Haddad (Referee Administrator): 943-9377;
    • Melanie Aguilar (Assistant Referee Administrator): 205-5771;
    • David Huhman (Referee Instructor): 886-4882;