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2016 Recertification ends June 26.
Please note it can take up to 8 weeks for badges and ID cards to arrive from US Soccer. Early registration is recommended.
If you have
already registered for the year, expedited badges can be requested here.
If you have
not yet registered, or you have not yet taken a course, please
do not request an expedited badge.
REQUIREMENTS FOR RECERTIFICATION
información en español
The following requirements are for returning referees ONLY. To become a referee, sign up for a Grade 8 or Grade 9 training (see “announcements” section to the right) and follow the instructions.
- Any referee who has had a one-year to four-year break in registration must also review the USSF course materials online, and then take and pass the written test. An online test is available. Contact ORC for information.
- Any referee whose registration has lapsed more than four years will also be required to retake the entry-level course.
- Contact ORC if you have questions about recertification testing or re-registration.
- Instructors who are not also active referees must retake a test annually. Contact ORC for access to the online test.
Contact the Oregon Referee Committee:
4840 SW Western Avenue #300
Beaverton, OR 97005
Office hours by appointment only.
The Oregon Referee Committee was established by the Oregon Youth Soccer Association and the Oregon Adult Soccer Association to recruit, train and develop referees, assessors, instructors and assignors in order to serve the US Soccer affiliated leagues and competitions in our state.
In 2004, the Committee became a corporation whose formal name is "Oregon Referee Committee, Inc."
The Committee is run by a three member Board of Directors; however, the ORC’s mission is accomplished by a number of volunteers and part-time staff. With the exception of the Ombudsman and the SYRA, all volunteers and staff members are appointed and directed by the ORC’s Board of Directors.
This is the only official website of the Oregon Referee Committee.