Update: Game Officials is currently experiencing technical difficulties with playing the videos in the presentations for recertification. They know about it and are working on it. No time frame for a fix is known at this time. We will send out an email update when things are resolved.
Those who are signed up for a class in Game Officials and cannot access the presentation videos, here are Google Forms for you to use to access the information for the presentation. (Please note, this is only a work around until Game Officials is working again). Please use either the BASIC or INTERMEDIATE LINK for the class that you are signed up for. It will take up to 48 hours for the test to become available on Game Officials, since this does have to be a manual process. An email will be sent once the test is ready for you to access.
2023 OUTDOOR RECERTIFICATION CLASSES ARE NOW POSTED FOR THOSE WHOSE BADGES SAY 2022
Are you wanting to become a referee - use the following link to sign up for a class!
More entry level classes in the KC area will be posted soon for Feb and Mar.
DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A REFEREE. CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE.
By virtue of becoming a resigtrant with the Kansas Referee Development Corporation and US Soccer, you agree to adhere to all policies, By-Laws, Codes of Ethics, and other specific guidelines, established by both Organizations. Those documents are listed on USSoccer.com, and on this Web Site. All Referees should familiarize themselves with all the Kansas and USSF Policies. Goto the Admin Section..All Kansas Policies are located there and are available for download.
The CDC guidelines are still in effect, until further notice. Leagues and associations dictate rules for their events. It is at the suggestion, and highly recommended by US Soccer, that it is up to the individual on mask wearing during games, as long as it does not conflict with the rules set forth by the event governing body.
The recommendations by the Kansas Referee Development Corp. is that, if an individual game official wishes to wear a mask, they have the right to do so. It is also highly recommended, that 4th officials wear a mask at all times, during the course of a game.
Questions may be directed to the KRDC
The mission of the Kansas State Referee Development Program is to develop quality referees who will apply the Laws of the Game consistently across all leagues and levels of competition in the State of Kansas which will result in soccer being played in a manner that is safe, fair, and enjoyable for players, coaches, and fans. We work to deliver on our mission by developing, delivering, and administering programs in the areas of instruction, assessment, mentoring, and assigning. The Kansas Referee Program trains and certifies Referee. We are not or do not have the responsibility of guaranteed employment of those trained individuals.
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If you are trying to print a copy of your USSF Referee ID Card, US Soccer has discontinued the use of 'Salesforce" to print cards.
You now have to login into your learning center account, click on your and download a copy of your current license credentials. It will be a PDF full page file.
Go to: https://learning.ussoccer.com
There is a new Kansas Policy for Regional Referees. It is an update on yearly game requirements, for the purpose of recertification.
Click on Admin>SRC Policy Letters, at the top of the Kansas Referee Home page. This policy is effective beginning on April 15th, 2021 and continue from that date forward, or until cancelled or modified.