How do I become a Referee?

The first step to becoming a qualified Referee is to complete Level 1 of the Squash SA Referee Development Programme. This qualifies the individual as a Club Referee and includes passing the Level 1 Referee Examination (a basic general knowledge of the rules is required for this) and passing a practical assessment of the individual refereeing a match. The individual will be assigned a mentor to help them through the simple Level 1 process. This level is suitable for Juniors as well as Club Players.

A summary of the requirements for Level 1 can be found in the SSA Refereeing Requirements – Club Referee. If you would like to find out more about becoming a Referee, please contact your Provincial Referee Representative.

For an overview of the different Refereeing levels in South Africa, please look at theĀ Referee Progression Chart.


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How do I become a Referee? — 7 Comments

  1. My name is Wiseman Mhlabine 21years old from mpumalamga nelspruit (sabie) would love to become a referee because of the passion i have for soccer

  2. Dear Wiseman thank you for the query. Just a little confused as you say you have a passion for soccer but being a referee in squash is very different ??

  3. Hi, i am Matsobane Ramafemo and would realy love to become an official as i have got love for the wonderful game of football.i am 22 years of age.

  4. hi ! im sbusiso mxhosans 27yrs from ugie eastern cape i have passion for soccor and i wll loved to be a qualified referee pls hlp my contact 073 4497188

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