At youth levels of soccer, players generally line up at the midfield line and yell "sub ref" when they want to enter the field of play.
At higher levels of soccer. A fourth official will communicate between the player and referee crew regarding a substitution. The assistant referees will signal with their flags above their head and the referee will give permission for the substitution to take place.
It depends on what type of referee you want to be. I personally am a soccer referee and I took a two day referee course and on the second day you took the test and got the results. very simple. I live in Wisconsin and the referee thing we have here is wisref
What do you want to know about it?
No. I am not 11 years old and I do not want to know if I can become a pro at soccer from going to a soccer academy in Southern California?
This is decided by the league in which you want to referee.
Not that I know of. Unless you want to work for a gaming company that makes soccer games.
If you want really good soccer cleats then bend the cleat so that the toe can touch the back if it can't do that no good for soccer
I sure hope so
dont want to know by shy fx
It depends on what type of "certification" you want. If you want to get American Youth Soccer Organization ("AYSO") certification (which allows you to officiate in AYSO games), you can be as young as 10 years old to receive "U8" certification. If you want to be a USSF-certified referee (meaning you can officiate at most youth club games, travel leagues, etc.), you need to be at least 14 years of age. Certification for officiating high school games usually requires that the candidate be at least 18 years of age.
Register to be a referee with the FA: http://www.thefa.com/GetIntoFootball/Referee.aspx
If you really want to. i dont know how good it would taste, though
Sometimes, parents will go nuts, and it can make them say disrespectful things to referee when the game isn't going the way it should. Remember to always respect the referee whether you are a player, spectator, or coach. They have a tough and hard job and can't referee the game perfectly. Give referees breathing room, or in other words, treat people the way you want to be treated.