Each Recreational Under 9 - 14 team must have a parent volunteer assistant referee on the sidelines to assist the center referee in calling the ball out of bounds. More than one adult may sign up per team. More information about being a VAR can be found here.
Training is free with an online component and one field session, offered on two weeknight evenings.
Click Here to reserve a spot. NOTE : This link takes you to GameOfficials.net. If you are planning to be a referee, you will create a user name and password with gameofficials.net, and then sign up and pay CNRA for your registration. During the admin session, you will also create a login and password with SF Youth Soccer. This will enable you to report your scores and get paid.
Entry level clinic, perfect for Adults and Youths 12+.
Upon successful completion of this United States Soccer Federation Grade 9 Referee Clinic, the student will become certified as a USSF Grade 9 Referee. The USSF Grade 9 Referee may officiate games as either a Referee or Assistant Referee on recreational youth games for under-14 and younger.
Training will consist of one three hour evening with the Referee Assignor (to help referees learn the administrative ropes of the different websites you'll be using to submit requests for games, receive assignments and how to report your scores (so you may be paid) and 7 hours class and field practical. There will be an exam at the end of the final training day.
Meet on two weeknights from 6 pm - 9 pm for Admin and Class training @ SFYS Office - 2521 Judah Streetbetween 30th and 31st in the Outer Sunset.
Bring water, pen and paper to all sessions and bag lunch to Saturday class. The referee assignor will meet with you, distribute your training material and help you through the signup process for the various websites you will need to get your assignments and report scores so you may be paid.
Bring water, pen and paper and bag lunch. Meet for 4 hour field training and final testing @ Location TBD
Click Here to reserve a spot. NOTE : This link takes you to CNRA. If you are planning to be a referee, you will create a user name and password with gameofficials.net, and then sign up and pay CNRA for your registration. During the admin session, you will also create a login and password with SF Youth Soccer. This will enable you to report your scores and get paid.
successful completion of this Clinic, the student will become certified
as a USSF Grade 8 Referee. The USSF Grade 8 Referee may officiate
games as either a Referee or Assistant Referee on recreational youth
games for under-14 and younger. They may also officiate older
ages, Competitive division youth matches, or adult matches.
The clinic will consist
of 4 three-hour classes plus 1 three-hour field practical, followed by 1 all day class. (There will be an exam and for those that pass, a short final meeting to cover administrative details (creating a Vikings login to report your scores so you can get paid, registering on the PENSRA site, reserving games, etc.)).
is an entry level clinic for Adults and Youth 12+. Attendance
is limited to District 1 (San Francisco, SSF and San Bruno residents
Classes fill up quickly. Vikings League coaches are strongly encouraged to secure training early, these classes will fill up.
The first day in the series is a classroom session and the next are field sessions.YOU MUST ATTEND ALL DATES WITHIN THE SAME SERIES.
July 8th, 9th and 10th
July 15th, 16th and 17th FULL CLOSED
July 22nd, 23rd and 24th FULL CLOSED
August 4th, 5th and 6th FULL CLOSED
NOTE: If you cannot attend a complete session or if the SFYS hosted sessions are full, go to www.calnorth.org to see if there are other class options. You may have to TRAVEL for your training session/s.
Basic and required coaching license to be a Vikings League coach. The7-hour clinic (1.5 hours classroom plus 5 hours field training) teaches coaches how to train young players skills and tactics (Rec U8 to U14).
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Clinics are open to CalNorth District One Member Coaches (Vikings, PAL, Mission, SSF Leagues). Fees for clinic are member rates and subsidized by the league*. Vikings
Micro soccer coaches of under 7 teams moving up to league play are included in the above group.
Coaches from outside District One may sign up and pay to be waitlisted for spot should space become available.We generally will not know until a few days before class starts if we can let you attend. Additional Non-member fees are assessed by CalNorth. To sign up for the wait list, register in the Vikings system and submit payment information. * NOTE : Non-Member (Non-CalNorth CYSA) coaches pay additional Non-Member fees.
The National "C" License course is designed to introduce concepts that are targeted toward coaching
players ages 15-18. The course focus is on getting coaches to think about, discuss, and recognize the
recurring concepts or themes that exist in soccer. Candidates will be challenged to find ways to offer
constructive guidance to players while also allowing players to experience the game for themselves.
A primary emphasis in the National "C" License course is the close relationship between technique and
tactics. In this course, technique and tactics will be addressed together. In practice field sessions and the
final field exam, the candidate is required to address the impact that technique has on tactics.
Santa Cruz will host two E Clinics, one each in May and June 2014
CYSA has made some changes to the coaching curriculum. The E/D license course has been eliminated as new USSF curriculum has been put in place. If you have taken the E or E/D course prior to March 2012, it is strongly recommended to take the new USSF "E" to be better prepared for the USSF "D" course.
E Clinic - New USSF curriculum - FULL CLOSED
The 18-hour (6 hours in class plus 12 hours field training) clinic focuses on team tactics.
There will be online requirements to fulfill prior to the first evening classroom session. Sign up early, at least a week in advance to secure your spot and have sufficient time to do your pre-requisites.
Bring With You :
Bring pen and paper, water to all sessions.
Bring balls and cones, bag lunch and water to Saturday and Sunday sessions.
Wear appropriate clothing to run/play in (cleats ), sunblock. and layers for SF weather.
Clinic confirmations are done in batches via email as time permits.
You may be contacted regarding league/team affiliation, usually via email.
Non-Member (D1) coaches pay additional Non-Member fees click here. Non Member= you are not coaching CYSA soccer, for example, US club coach. If you have a coach pass from Vikings, Mission, SFPAL, etc, you are a member.