ORGANISED BY GROUPS OF LOCAL PEOPLE INVOLVED WITH REFEREEING, AND RUN FOR THE BENEFIT OF REFEREES
The Referees' Association is a National body which is made up of over 300 local Referees' Associations, Branches or Societies providing assistance, support and guidance. Click the link below to learn more about the national Referee Association.
VISIT THE NATIONAL REFEREE ASSOCIATION
Currently we have TWO ‘active’ branch in Shropshire
Shrewsbury & Shropshire Referees Association
Secretary: Jack Noble (email@example.com)
Meetings held at Harlescott Social Club, Roselyn, Shrewsbury, SY1 4LP
For all new members, 1st year membership is currently being offered FREE. Normal membership fees are £16.00 for the season
- Membership of your local society
- Monthly meetings to include guest speakers, training, friendship and camaraderie
- Full support, advice and guidance from experienced referees
- Kit and equipment at discounted prices
- Personal and Equipment insurance
- RA representation at FA meetings
- RA service awards and benevolent fund
The RA is an association that is very worthwhile for all to join; they are very friendly and welcoming to new referees and open to all. The benefits, if and when you need them, are very good and not offered within your annual membership fee to the Shropshire FA.
Telford Referees Association
Secretary: Shaun Currall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our meetings are held at the Shifnal Sports Bar @ Telford. on the 2nd Monday of each month with a 7:30pm start time.
For new members, first year membership is Free. Normal membership is £20. Under 18s are Free.
- Membership of local society
- Fitness/Training evenings
- Monthly meetings such as guest speakers, indoor house training, laws of the game quiz, friendship and Camaraderie.
- Charity events
- Support from experienced Referees, Coaches, Mentors & Observers
- RA Representation at FA Meetings
- RA insurance & Benefits
- RA Service awards & Benevolent Fund
We as an RA are very much about promoting the standards of refereeing within Shropshire as a county. We are an inclusive society, who care about the person as a whole and not just about their refereeing ability. Keen advocates on talking about mental health and the stigmas around it.