Apply to be a referee by completing this form

The job is typically 2 nights a week and some weekends, but we can work around your availability (number of games available and length of season may vary due to Covid-19 restrictions). The games are mostly in Pointe-Claire. You will be required to pay a $100 deposit which is given back to you over 2 years if you referee a minimum number of games for Pointe-Claire.   You will need to take an Entry-level Referee Course to become a referee, see details below.

2022 Information session via MS Teams

  • Sunday February 20th at 7pm 
  • Be sure to apply here to get access to the virtual meeting

Have any questions?  Please contact our Director of Refereeing

Entry-level Referee Course Details

The Benefits

Refereeing is an excellent way to view the game from a different perspective. Our referees participate for many reasons ranging from maintaining fitness, staying involved in the game after a playing career, the challenge of climbing the ladder and of course the regular payments that increase based on activity and capability.

The referee community is also a welcoming group of soccer lovers from all backgrounds. Many of our referees remain active due to their friendships with their colleagues.

If you’re looking for community, exercise, a challenge, or merit-based promotions, refereeing is the right choice for you!

Referee Qualities





-Ability to work in a team

-Ability to manage pressure


-Minimum age: 14 years old

-Regular access to email/phone and self-sufficient in communicating with colleagues

-Able to manage assignments and respect commitments. This includes entering availabilities into an online software application each month

-Available to take an entry-level course

-Experience as a player, coach, or spectator is an asset

-Physical fitness is an asset

Online session (theory)

Participant: steps to follow

1. Communicate with local Club Referee Director (complete this form).
2. Affiliate as a referee with the club
3. Register for the district referee course
4. Complete the online session and pass the exam within one month
5. Participate in an on-field session* (fees charged at registration will include the cost of the on-field session)
*Due to COVID-19, the theory session will be conducted online. After completing the online session, the candidate must attend an on-field session which will be held in accordance with government guidelines once approved.

On-field session (practical)

Participant: steps to follow

1. Once the online session is complete (including the exam), wait for communication from the Regional Referee Director. Information regarding the on-field session will be sent (date, time, location, activities).
2. Participate in on-field session

For 2021

  • Wave 1
    • Theory: March 1st to March 30th
    • Practical: April 1st to April 30th


  • Wave 2
      • Theory: April 1st to April 30th
      • Practical: May 1st to May 30th

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