Site Powered By E2E Soccer

Entry Level Referee Course

Entry Level Referee Course - NOT YET AVAILABLE FOR 2016

This clinic is for those who would like to become a certified referee and are 14 years of age or older on 
March 31 of the current year. By taking the clinic, a referee is automatically registered for the current outdoor season with the OSA and does not have to register again until the following year.

Referees who have successfully completed an Entry Level Referee course do not have to take this course again. HOWEVER, in order to referee in a subsequent year, you must register with the OSA on-line AND attend a Dragons-Specific course.  For more information for returning referees, click here

Participants affiliated with or members of the OGSC will be given priority for seats in the course.  If the course fills, then a priority list will be established in case someone drops out a later date.

Entry Level Referee Course Questions and Answers

Ontario Soccer Association Entry Level Referee Courses

Course 1 

Date:      April 11 and 12, 2015       

Time:               9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location:         Gloucester Dragons Club
1-5510 Canotek Road, Gloucester, ON, K1J 9J4

Course 2

Date:            April 25 and 26, 2015  
Time:            9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location:       Gloucester Dragons Club
    1-5510 Canotek Road, Gloucester, ON, K1J 9J4   

Clinic Fee:

Gloucester/Hornets Referees requiring full kit . . . . . . . . . . . $125.00 to be determined                       Gloucester/Hornets Referees NOT requiring kit . . . . . . . . . . $  80.00 to be determined
Non-Ottawa Gloucester/Hornets referees . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  $ 155.00 to be determined                   

Send Payment to:          Gloucester Dragons Recreational Soccer
Unit 1, 5510 Canotek Road,
Gloucester, ON, K1J 9J4

GRS (Dragons-Specific) Referee Clinics

These clinics are aimed at referees who plan to referee for Gloucester (Dragons) Recreational Soccer. Among the topics covered are: who to contact; pay rates; how to submit time sheets; cheque distribution; Dragons Policies; using Ref Centre effectively; and changes to the Laws of the Game.  There is no cost for these clinics and all Entry Level Referee course participants are required to attend one of the Dragon Specific clinics. We are running the same clinic on three different dates.

            Course 1:         Tuesday, May 5, 2015

            Course 2:         Monday, May 11, 2015

            Course 3:       Wednesday, May 13, 2015

             Location:       Gloucester Recreational Soccer

                                   Unit 1, 5510 Canotek Road,

                                   Gloucester, ON, K1J 9J4


The OSA portion of all Referee Clinics is now be managed online. Therefore, all applicants must complete the on-line registration PLUS the Dragons registration - submitting your payment to the dragons.

Step 1 – Verify that there is space available and Register On-line - you will have to check this often to see when our clinics are listed.

Click here for the OSA on-line registration system.

Step 2AFTER you have registered on-line AND received confirmation of your on-line registration from the Head Referee, then you may register with the Dragons AND the Dragons Specific Clinic

Entry Level Referee Course Registration form

Step 3 – Send completed registration form and payment to the Dragons Office

     Your on-line registration will be approved once payment is received.

Step 4 – Attend the OSA Entry Level Referee Course

Step 5 – Attend one of the GRS (Dragons-specific) Referee clinics

Click here for the  Dragons-Specific Information


Updated: February, 2015