Details about the ASA Referee Pathway can be found here.
This section, and the other components of the Referee section on the web site, should be able to answer most of the questions that arise about Alberta Soccer’s referee program.
Reminder that all gamesheets and misconduct reports are to be handed in within 48 hours (2 business days) after your game times. Please note the pick up locations below:
CWSA Office (During Office Hours)
#110 4441 76 Ave SE
CUSA Office (Use mail slot on CUSA Office door after office hours)
#183, 2880 Glenmore Trail SE
Broadview Soccer Field
2131 Brownsea Dr NW
Calgary Soccer Centre
#7000 48 St. SE
Calgary West Soccer Centre
11014 Bearspaw Dam Road NW
The safety of players, coaches, management and spectators is the primary concern in any weather event that occurs during all matches sanctioned by the CSA. By understanding and following the information provided in the link below, the safety of everyone shall be greatly increased.
Ultimately the referee has the final say over delaying or restarting a match due to weather. Waiting to stop play or not waiting to start play may result in a serious injury or loss of life. Referees are expected to act responsibly when dealing with such events during matches they are controlling.
Referee Evaluations can be completed online here. Referee Evaluations determine which referees are suitable for each division in the Women's league. Your input is needed in helping us have the best referees at your games.
By neglecting to fill our Referee Evaluations, your team is not eligible to request a referee ban.
If you wish to complain about a referee, please submit formal email complaint to the firstname.lastname@example.org. Evaluation forms do not serve this purpose.