Why Officiate?

Give Back to the Game
Stay actively involved in the game, while developing friendships and connections with others committed to the game. Share your knowledge to help grow the game effectively. You will develop your knowledge and perspective of the game.

Stay Fit
Exercise while having fun and travelling across Canada to officiate tournaments. Schedules are flexible and you can work across the province and country!

Learn a New Sport
If you have officiated other sports, you can easily transfer those experiences to the fastest game on two feet. There are many development opportunities including officiating at National Championships.

Extra Income
Officiating also allows you to supplement your income with a few extra dollars. Officials at all levels of competition are paid for working games.








Returning Referees

Did you officiate during 2020 or 2021 seasons? Recertification courses are fully online this year! Check your email for a registration link from Alberta Soccer, and follow the link to register for your recertification!

New Mini Referees (12+)

Mini Referees aged 12+ are eligible to be the centre referee for U9 games ($30) or an assistant referee for U11 games ($25).

CASA is offering the following mini referee course in Wetaskiwin:
May 1 – Course & On-field Training 9:00am – 3:00pm – Wetaskiwin Arena #1

CASA will apply payment for ALL CASA Referees. Referees must be 12 or 13 years of age by May 15, 2022 (no exceptions). 

To register, search for course by date, filter to “Mini only”, and select Wetaskiwin from the list.

Register Here!

New District Referees (14+)

District Referees are able to referee any game at least one age group lower than their own age, according to our age chart. Rates start at $40/game.

To find a course near you, please visit the link below and search for upcoming Entry Level Courses.

Register Here!