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Referee

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A CASA REFEREE!

It doesn't get much better than this! Rec players having fun...

Learning more about the "Beautiful Game"...

Earning some spending money at the end of the match!

Many CASA Referees go on to become USSF Referees.  Former CASA referees have worked Youth Matches, Adult Amateur Matches and Professional Matches all across the United States .

Registration

This is a free class that will provide training for new CASA Recreational referees

The class is open to youths born in 2010 or later

Attendance is required for both the Classroom and On Field sessions

Classroom Session

  • December 4th, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
  • CASA Office (1288 North Mountain Road)

On Field Session

  • December 4th, 3:15 - 4:15 pm
  • Ranger Fields (300 Nyes Road)

Online quiz

Class size limited to 20 attendees

CASA Recreational Referees for 2021

2020 Recreational Referee of the Year: Aaron Frist

For 2020 our Referee of the Year is Aaron Frist.  In 2020 Aaron refereed over 50 CASA matches and became USSF certified in November 2020.

Aaron Frist, 15 yrs. old, is a freshman at Central Dauphin High School.  He plays travel soccer with CASA on the 05 Bayern team. He loves refereeing with CASA, and recently became USSF certified.  He plans to pursue refereeing with more competitive and higher level games in the future.  Aaron also enjoys playing piano and trumpet, and likes to spend time coding and developing software.  He would like to go to Penn State University and study something in the field of computers.