Videos

CNRA PRODUCTIONS

Video Instruction/Speaker Events-

  • 2013 Points of Emphasis for US Soccer Referees: A 3-part video series presented by Herb Silva, Director of Referee Identification and Training at the United States Soccer Federation. (CNRA State Referee Academy June 1, 2013)

  • An Interview with our California 2012 Olympic Referees: a video series presented by CNRA, sitting down and speaking with our 2012 Olympic Referees: Kari Seitz, Veronica Perez and Marlene Duffy.

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USSF PRODUCTIONS

Entry Level Referee Course Modules: Each course reflects an area of targeted training for referees in relation to the level of competition they will be officiating.

 

These course modules provide training specific to the small sided and recreational youth game.

These course modules provide training specific to the competitive youth game.

These course modules provide training specific to the amateur adult game.

These course modules provide training specific to the most competitive games within a state and region.

This course is specific to the recreational and competitive youth futsal game.

 

A 6-Part Video presentation from U.S. Soccer that focuses on NEW REFEREES and how to prepare, how to deal with the everyday challenges of being an official and practical advice on how to succeed and have fun.

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Advice to New Referees: Getting Started

Jan. 24, 2013

U.S. Soccer’s Advice to New Referees focuses on how to prepare for and deal with the everyday challenges of being an official and provides practical advice that empowers new referees to succeed and have fun. The class you took taught you about the Laws of the Game but there is still a lot to learn in order to succeed as a referee. This information has been put together based on feedback from thousands of new referees just like you and with help from experienced referees who started out where you are now 

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Advice to New Referees: Before the Game

Feb. 22, 2013

U.S. Soccer’s Advice to New Referees focuses on how to prepare for and deal with the everyday challenges of being an official and provides practical advice that empowers new referees to succeed and have fun. Now that you have arrived on time and made a good impression by introducing yourself and showing you are a capable and confident official, it’s time to attend to the pre-game duties before the game can start. As the referee, you are ultimately responsible for the safety of the players, the field, the ball, and player equipment, but safety is a priority for the assistant referees as well, both before and during the game.

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Advice to New Referees: Making a Good Impression

Jan. 24, 2013

U.S. Soccer’s Advice to New Referees focuses on how to prepare for and deal with the everyday challenges of being an official and provides practical advice that empowers new referees to succeed and have fun. It’s important for referees of all ages and experience levels to make a good impression before each and every game. Players, coaches and spectators can make judgments before you even blow your whistle to start the game. Doing your best to make a good impression is easier than you think and can go a long way in setting a positive tone for the game.

 

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Advice to New Referees: Being an Assistant Referee

March 28, 2013

U.S. Soccer’s Advice to New Referees focuses on how to prepare for and deal with the everyday challenges of being an official and provides practical advice that empowers new referees to succeed and have fun. Being an assistant referee can allow you to become more familiar with officiating and build confidence before accepting the responsibilities of being a referee. It’s important to realize that just because you have different duties as an assistant referee, your contributions to the game are just as important as those of the referee.

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Advice to New Referees: Being the Referee

March 28, 2013

U.S. Soccer’s Advice to New Referees focuses on how to prepare for and deal with the everyday challenges of being an official and provides practical advice that empowers new referees to succeed and have fun. Making a good impression and taking care of all the pregame duties is important but there is still a lot of work to be done during the game itself to make sure you are having success as a referee.

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PRO PRODUCTIONS:

Officials Coaching: Play of the Week

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