FAW refereeing course

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  • Discussions 28
  • Duration 200 Days
  • Students 33
  • Certificates Yes
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The Football Association of Wales has over 1,000 registered referees and we are always keen to search for and develop additional referees to cover all areas of the game within Wales.

Depending on your ambitions and development there are also opportunities to referee internationally .

We have a proud history of developing referees to the highest level with a selection either being on the FIFA Referees Panel, FIFA Assistant Referees Panel and the JD Welsh Premier League

Whether you aspire to referee a World Cup Final or help out your local youth or adult leagues, every new referee needs to attend and pass a referees course run by the Football Association of Wales  and this will be your first step to becoming a FAW Referee.

The Course is an on-line training module with a practical session to finish. On successfully passing the exam and practical session you will receive a Referee Starter Pack (as seen below) including a Full Referees Kit, Whistle, Flags, and Red&Yellow Cards, all this is available at a cost of £80.00, and this can be recouped in as little as 4 games of refereeing.

 

Refereeing is rewarding, social and with the help of the FAW there are even opportunities to turn your passion into a profession at the highest level, as long as you have the talent and the time to dedicate.

Each online course will being with a face to face introductory session, ensuring you know how to utilise the course and support fully and ends with a practical session that will get you ‘match ready’.

 

  • Section 1

  • discussion
    Welcome to the course
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  • discussion
    Law 12 – Fouls & misconduct
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  • discussion
    Law 12 Handball
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  • discussion
    Law 12 – When is a free kick indirect?
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  • discussion
    Law 12 – When to show a yellow card
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  • discussion
    Law 12 – When to show a red card
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  • discussion
    Law 12 – End of section 1
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  • Section 2

  • discussion
    Introduction to section 2
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  • discussion
    Law 1 – The pitch
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  • discussion
    Law 2 – The ball
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  • discussion
    Law 3 – The players
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  • discussion
    Law 4 – Players’ equipment
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  • discussion
    Law 5 – The referee*
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  • Section 3

  • discussion
    Section 3 – Introduction
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  • discussion
    Law 11 – Offside
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  • discussion
    Law 6 – Other officials*
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  • Section 4

  • discussion
    Section 4 Introduction
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  • discussion
    Law 7 – Duration of a match*
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  • discussion
    Law 8 – The start & restart of play*
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  • discussion
    Law 9 – The ball in and out of play*
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  • discussion
    Law 10 – Determining the outcome of a match*
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  • Section 5

  • discussion
    Introduction to section 5
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  • discussion
    Law 13 – Free kicks
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  • discussion
    Law 14 – The penalty kick
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  • discussion
    LAW 15 – The throw in
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  • discussion
    Law 16 – The goal kick
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  • discussion
    Law 17 – The corner kick
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  • Refereeing Exam

  • discussion
    Exam
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(PRIMARY)

Simon Richards

You will be trained by FAW registered Instructors who will be able to help you on your journey to become a qualified referee. You will meet your Instructor at the face to face meeting on Week 1.
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