Club Linesman Referee

Training & Workshops

"In order to stay on top of your game, it's important you continuously look to develop your existing skills and learn new ones."

The Jersey FA Referee Committee runs a FA Referee Courses twice a year.

The FA Basic Referees Course is designed for anyone aged 14 upwards who wants to join the tens of thousands of referees who operate week in week out on local parks, throughout the English football pyramid, up to those who officiate The FA Cup Final and on the International stage.

As a referee you play an integral role in ensuring all participants enjoy their match day experience, helping create a competitive, fair, safe and enjoyable playing environment. Whether you want to referee in youth and adult leagues, men's or women's football or have aspirations of one day walking the ball out at Wembley Stadium, the FA Referees Course is the starting point for your refereeing career. Refereeing is not only rewarding in a football environment, but the social and life skills that come from becoming a referee extend far beyond your initial expectations.

For more information contact Referee Development Officer Daivd Brunton.

Club Linesman Workshop

As well as the FA Basic Referees Course, the Jersey Referees Committee runs a number of Club Linesman Workshops throughout the year. The aim of this workshop is to provide the necessary skills to those who support their club in this role. The workshop is held over one evening and will involve some theory and practical learning for more information on this course contact Paul Daniel Email: Tel: 07797893260

Get in touch

Referee Development Officer David Brunton

(9am-5pm Mon-Friday)


Tel: 07797920209

Jersey FA Referee Development Centre

Sponsored by the One Foundation

  • To provide a high quality learning environment in which young referees can officiate the game.
  • To provide increased support to young people who are interested in becoming a referee.
  • To increase the number of referees and assistants working in the grassroots game.
  • To officiate player development centre games in a controlled learning environment.
  • To raise the profile of refereeing opportunities for young people.


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