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All for U6 and U8 games should ideally be officiated by a one AYSO-certified referee.  At these age groups, the primary responsibility of the referee is to manage the time and make sure the players are safe and having fun. It is a great way to start your involvement in refereeing.

Referees need to register as volunteers every year. Most certifications only need to be taken once, but a few may need bi-annual or yearly reviews.

Becoming a certified referee

To become a referee, follow the steps on the Referee Registration page and attend one of the 30 minute field sessions at:  
  • Wednesday August 18 6pm,or
  • Thursday August 19 6pm.
For questions or comments about the referee program please contact us at [email protected]

Refereeing matches

All games are self-assigned via MySoccerLeague.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I be the referee for my child's match?
    • Yes. For 6U and 8U parents can referee their own child games.
    • Always bring your referee jersey to the field, sometimes the referee is a no‐show or the acting referee cannot complete the game.
    • We have many matches available and are always needing referees to volunteer. Feel free to sign up for matches before and after your child’s match too.
    • We encourage all referees to sign up for at least 2 matches over the season.
  2. Can Referees provide coaching advice when officiating the match?
    • No.
  3. Are jewelry, taped earrings, or hard casts allowed?
    • No player may wear jewelry, non-medical wristbands, earrings (taped or not), or hard casts during the match. These are considered dangerous for all players.
  4. Are Med‐Alert bracelets allowed?
  5. Where should the coaches and spectators be during the match?
  6. What are the specific rules for each category?

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Contact Us

Foster City AYSO

PO Box 4270 
Foster City, California 94404

Email Us: [email protected]
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