Birmingham Needs Soccer Referees

Have you played soccer? Do you love the game? Want to make some extra income and literally get paid to exercise? Are you looking to do something meaningful that makes a difference?

Become a Soccer Referee.

The Alabama Soccer Association is holding 2 referee classes for NEW soccer referees in Birmingham for the next two Saturdays, January 28th and February 4th.

Refereeing soccer games pay approximately $20 to $35 an hour depending on the level of the game. Referees can be assigned to 2 – 6 games a day, primarily on weekends. Some refs are part-timers and only occasionally do games. There are refs that actually make officiating games their career.

The beginning age to become a soccer ref in Alabama is 14 years old. There is no age cut-off.

Interested?

Now is the time to start. Below is information with details on how to become a soccer referee.

Check it out.

From the Alabama Soccer Association:

We have two new referee classes in Birmingham.

Please tell everyone and anyone that you think might be interested.
Read this entire email for instructions for the class.

Saturday, January 28, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm at Heardmont Park Senior Center

Saturday, February 4, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm at Heardmont Park Senior Center

The class consists of an online class and a classroom class. Both are
required.

Here’s the instructions and the details on the class:
http://www.alasoccerref.com/becomeref.htm 

You must complete the online class before you attend the classroom class.
You do not need to pre-register for the classroom class. Just show up.
The total cost of the class is $100.00. $40.00 cash or check is paid at the
class and the remaining $60.00 is paid online when you register.

The class is entirely indoors. You do not need to bring any soccer gear.
We will bring lunch in so you will need about $5.00 – $10.00 for lunch.

If you have any questions, please call Joe Gallagher 205 516-9430
(joejgallagher@bellsouth.net) or John Clemons at 205-807-2119 (john.clemons@earthlink.net)


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