The Burlington Soccer Club is committed to the training and development of soccer referees by providing an environment that allows them to maximize their potential within the profession. The Club offers a multi-tiered program through Ontario Soccer focused on various levels of soccer. These include mini soccer and youth categories. Programs are focused on the recreational game and the development of fundamental skills for controlling the game.

Opportunities also exist for referees to upgrade their skills to officiate at higher competitive levels. Working together with the local district and the OSA, the BSC provides a platform from which referees of all ages can progress through the regional and provincial programs available to them.

For inquiries, please email Andy Murty, Head Referee, at amurty@burlingtonsoccer.com.

 



Become a Match Official (Referee)

Entry Level Course

Course designed for those who would like to become an accredited Match Official on 9v9 and 11v11 games. Must be 14 years of age and older. By taking this course, a Match Official is automatically registered with the OSA and will not need to register again until the following year. 

Small Sided Games Course

Course designed for those who would like to become an accredited Match Official on 7v7 games. Must be 12 years of age and older. By taking this course, a Match Official is automatically registered with the OSA and will not need to register again until the following year. Course accreditation is valid permanently, no re-accreditation on Small Sided Games is required.


Course Date(s) Location
Entry Level TBD TBD
Small Sided Games TBD TBD
REGISTRATION COMING SOON

 

Match Official Documents and Forms

General Club Forms and Documents
Indoor Rules  
Outdoor Rules  
Outdoor Format and Fees 2019  
Registration and Getting Games Instructions  
Players Wearing Glasses  
Referee Reports
OS Referee Assault Report Form Excel Sheet
OS Special Incident Report Form Excel Sheet
OS Dismissal Form Excel Sheet
OS Caution Summary Report Form Excel Sheet