Apply to Become a Referee
To apply, e-mail your full name, telephone number, and birthdate to firstname.lastname@example.org
Imagine a scenario that enables you to work outdoors, acquire new rules, game strategy and as a result, advance your soccer skills while making extra revenue.
CS Saint-Laurent is one of the highest paying clubs for referees in the Greater Montreal, offering $16-$24 per game. A great opportunity for soccer players to referee a match at Marcel-Laurin Park and afterwards play their match on the same field.
The candidates selected will undergo online training on a platform for the theoretical section and an on-field session for the practical section which costs a total of $55 to obtain their Lac Saint-Louis referee certification.
For all inquiries concerning refereeing contact the head referee Christopher Quinn email@example.com
The offices are presently closed due to Covid, mail or deposit the check payment at the front desk of the Complexe Sportif: 2385 boul. Thimens, Suite S-015, St. Laurent, Qc, H4R 1T4, for a total of $55.00.
Refereeing tools and courses
Soccer Lac St-Louis Referee Portal is the best place to find all information related to refereeing in the region. For more information click here.
Renew as a referee
Referees are required to renew as a referee before the new season with the Lac St-Louis region.
After renewing print and sign the affiliation form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to confirm registration.
Hire a referee
Recreational & Intercity league teams requiring to hire referees for exhibition-friendly matches require to complete the Hire A Referee Form below and return it by e-mail. Information and fees are indicated in the form.
Refereeing tools and courses
Soccer Lac St-Louis Referee Portal is the best place to find all information related to refereeing in the region.For more information click here.
What are the duties of a soccer referee?
Enforcers of the game, referees make binding decisions regarding the application of the laws of soccer. The main referee works in conjunction with assistant referees, who are in charge of watching the lines and ensuring the game is being played fairly.
Enforcing Fair Play
The main duty of a referee is to watch over the game and enforce fair play. Referees have a right to sanction players with yellow or red cards, stop or terminate the game due to risk factors, and assess fouls and penalties. Referees are also in charge of keeping time and providing a game report to league officials.
Keeping Players Safe
Referees monitor player safety. This means that if a player is injured or bleeding, a referee stops the game and ensures that the player is removed or cared for on the field. This protects both the injured player and the teammates. Referees can also card players to maintain order in the match and order coaches or parents to leave sidelines if they’re interfering with the play or not conducting themselves properly.
Looking for Stormy Weather
A referee must pay attention to the surrounding environment and ensure that the conditions are acceptable for play. For example, a referee must stop the match if the weather is too severe, interferes with the play or is putting the players in danger. The same is true if the condition of the field is not up to code, if spectator interference occurs or if some of the fixtures or equipment become damaged during the game.