Ever wondered how to go about becoming a referee or linesman?
Well here’s your chance to find out!
Refereeing can be exciting and challenging – whether you are putting something back into the game you love, earning a bit of pocket money or wanting to referee a World Cup final!
Refereeing is all about player management skills. It helps you to develop life skills and keeps your fitness level up without getting the bumps and bruises players get.
For more details go to the Football South Coast website.
Referees Code of Conduct
As a referee you should always:
- Place the safety and welfare of the players above all else
- Show concern and caution towards sick and injured players
- Give all players a ‘fair go’ regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion
- Be impartial, consistent, objective and courteous when making decisions
- Accept responsibility for your actions and decisions
- Condemn unsporting behaviour and promote respect for the individuality of players
- Avoid situations, which may lead to, or be construed as, a conflict of interest
- Be a positive role model in behaviour and personal appearance & your comments should be positive & supportive
- Be a good sport. Actions speak louder than words
- Always respect, remain loyal to and support other referees
- Keep up to date with the latest ‘Laws of the Game’ trends and principles of their application
- Emphasise the spirit of the game rather than the errors
- Refrain from any form of personal abuse towards players or other referees
- Refrain from any form of sexual harassment towards players or other referees
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Where & when am I playing?
Balgownie Junior Football Club Incorporated ABN: 91 822 455 631
Clubhouse: Para Street, Balgownie
Postal address: PO Box 157, Fairy Meadow, NSW 2519