A 13 year old may be a soccer referee.
A soccer referee signals the end of a game by blowing the whistle 3 times.
like what soccer license if you mean as referee then yes
An assistant referee is an official in soccer, previously known as a linesman, whose job it is to assist the referee.
The referee's enforce them! :)
The Referee scores the game.
It is the referee.
The referee of a soccer match needs to know everything about the game and to be prepared for anything that could be thrown at them.
There are no cards......
There is a dot net website called Soccer Referee Information or SOCREF. This site is intended to be a source for information for current and aspiring soccer referees.
Soccer referees need to have at least played college or youth competitive soccer for a number of years. After this, they take a referee course to receive certification.
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 soccer referee is like the umpire in baseball. They call the fouls and keep time. Try visiting the related link for more information on this.
The duties of the assistant referee are discribed in Law 6 of the FIFA Laws of the Game. Basically, the Assistant Referee is there to help the Referee
looks for fouls and reffs
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.
An assistant referee DOES NOT need a whistle. They need a uniform (shirt, shorts, socks) and an assistant referee flag. That's pretty much it... oh, and soccer cleats will probably help!
In my club soccer league in Southeastern Michigan we pay ref's 110,75,75 for the one head referee and the two assistants respectively