If you are interested in refereeing please contact Angie Lopez or 209 321 3185 (text okay).

Here are quick instructions on signing up for the referee class:

1) Go the web-site
2) Under the "Become a referee" menu, select "Register for an Entry Level Referee Course".
3) Click on "Register for ...On-line, Classroom and Field Session".
4) Find the date for the Galt class.
5) Follow directions for making an account and linking it to the class. A couple things that frequently cause questions: a) When it asks for district/region, select "East". b) When it asks you to pay, you can either pay with a credit card now or you can say you will pay at the classroom.
6) After you register, follow instructions for doing the on-line training. 
This must be completed (including taking the tests) before you come to the class.

To renew your referee license follow the following instructions:


  1. Enter the CNRA Registration System at
  2. Login to your CNRA GameOfficials Account (Don’t know how? Click HERE)
  3. From the Main Menu on the left, Click on “Courses”
  4. Select and click on “Referee Courses” - (This will bring up several available Registration choices.)
  5. Select and click on 2017 Referee: USSF REGISTRATION RENEWAL – GRADE 8 
  6. Continue to follow and fill out the remaining Registration and Payment procedures until all is completed.
  7. Continue with the Confirmation Page. Your Registration will be processed by the State and then the National Office. 
  8. You may check upon your status by returning to your Account at : The Main Page of your account will list your USSF Registration History and indicate your Status.
  9. You may also refer or confirm your Registration Payment by entering your Account and clicking on “Confirmed Reg” under the Main Menu on the left.

NEW REFEREES - If you are interested in refereeing with County Line Youth Soccer and do not have a referee license you will need to find a course to attend.  Locally you can visit to register for their referee course.  You can also email Doug Chard at to learn about other local courses that may be offered.