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How to Become a USSF Grassroots Referee
Requirement – you must be 13 or older.
There is two part process that must be completed to become a licensed USSF Grassroots Referee.
Sign up for a Grassroots online course. You will pay the fee when you sign up.
Part 1 - Sign up for the Grassroots Online Lessons.
There are 21 modules in the online portion. All 21 modules must be completed in full. The online lessons take approximately 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 hours to complete in full.
Part 2 – Select an in-person clinic to attend.
Once you complete the entire online lessons, you’ll be able to select an in person clinic to go to. You will see the words – ONLINE LESSONS COMPLETED highlighted in green to know that you can select the in-person clinic you wish to attend.
The in-person clinic is 3.5 hours. This is the field session done outdoors.
Lots of important information is given to all attendees – who you will work for, how to get games, where to get uniforms, etc.
You must complete both parts in order to become a referee.
To Register for a Grassroots Clinic:
Log into – https://ntxreferees.omgtsys.com/
Click – Find Clinic
Select – Entry Never been a USSF Referee before
Select – Grassroots Referee Online Lessons
Start/finish the online lessons
Select the Grassroots In-person Training
FT Worth Youth (anyone can attend) Sunday 8.8.21 – 10am – 1:30pm
FTW Adult (min age 17 to attend) Saturday 7.31.21 – 9am – 12:30pm
Additional questions, email Ann Hicks – NTX State Director of Instruction – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Goalie Girls Farwell!
The Goalie Girls just completed their 10th year together (20 seasons). We focused on having fun, always doing your best (effort), and being a good teammate (sportsmanship).
In the fall of 2016, we had a practice in the rain. The girls wiped mud all over their faces. They played extra hard that day. I told them I needed to bring mud to the games so they would play that hard at the games, too. They accepted the offer. Ever since that practice, I brought mud in a bottle to our games. Our pre-game ritual has since included the application of mud to our faces. We were quite recognizable as the girls with pink bows and mud on their faces.
Thank you, FWYSA, for the memories!
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