It usually depends on the soccer league you are reffing for, but most of the time you have to be in high school.
The age limit is 10. this is to referee a u-8 game. Also you must pass the certification exam. Well, in my town you can be 10 to referee a soccer game. I am 10 and I can referee in Wisconsin.
The rules vary by association. The US Soccer Federation (USSF) requires that U-12 referees be at least 14 years old. Other federations, associations, leagues, and competitions may make their own rules.
Check with you local soccer referee association or national fedeartion. The United States Soccer Federation places no age restriction on the entry level referee grade. As an entry level referee you would be able to referee Amatuer U16 and below soccer games. However many leauges make sure there is suficient age difference between referee and players such that control of the game may be maintained. I know that as a grade 8 referee you can ref. u-8 soccer so you might be able to. im not sure.
I am pretty sure that you have to be 12 years old to be a referee. That's just my town though. In your town if you can be a referee at 11, then you would probably only be an AR. (assistant referee) I'm 12 and I ref for my town's intown soccer team and I was the youngest one there. Good luck!
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.
This would depend on the league in question. Not many 10 year olds can be an effective.
Each area has their own guidelines for the age limit of coaching soccer teams. Check with your city to see if 12 year olds fall into their guidelines.
A 13 year old may be a soccer referee.
I've seen 11 year old referees
you could get a job as a referee for soccer ( i would suggest this ONLY if you play soccer, besides you have to $70 fee to be trained) or you could become a golf caddy.
If one wants to become a soccer referee, one of the best ways to "get plugged in" is to ask a referee at any local soccer venue for the name of a local referee coordinator. Soccer coaches may have this information, too. If push comes to shove, each state has a state soccer referees' association, or at least a state soccer association. As luck would have it, the Utah Soccer Association has a web site, and the link is posted below. Surf on over and find the contact option. Call or email them for particulars if asking around locally doesn't work out. Someone somewhere nearby wants to help get anyone who wishes to officiate into a referee course, into a uniform and onto a field.
Register to be a referee with the FA: http://www.thefa.com/GetIntoFootball/Referee.aspx
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?
In the United States, you must be at least 18 years old to become a certified personal trainer. This is the minimum age set by the organizations that offer certifications. You have to complete coursework, train under another certified trainer, become CPR certified, and pass your exams.
about 300-400 a season 15-20 dollars a game
There is no age limit to becoming a referee.
One of the jobs I haven't seen in any answers online is refereeing. If you have a local recreational soccer league or baseball you could become a referee. Soccer pays about $20 a game. I got $350 last season (spring) and I was 12. I have friends who are umpires, I'm not sure how much they make but just try to referee whichever sport you are more familiar with. To become a referee you have to take one class a year to be certified. It costs about $60 to take, and my parents paid for mine. You could also shovel in winter, rake leaves in fall, walk dogs, mow lawns, wash cars, get a job at a nearby pet shelter (they occasionally take in teenagers to help out). I hope I helped out anyone reading this. Refereeing isn't very difficult after you get over any shyness you may have about telling the coaches and players to shut up and relax (:
you can be any age but for a profession team at least 20