Skyline Soccer Assoc.
2370 S Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80222
Grasshoppers and Munchkins
U6 - U18
Advanced Level Director
U9 - U18
Skyline develops its referees through a bottom-up approach, providing instruction and experience at the developmental level. Skyline Board members and coaches actively participate in observing and nurturing the referees on the fields.
With experience and growth, referees are promoted to competitive level games which their skills and talents are closely matched to the skills level of each game.
Basic Rules Session (U6-U8)
USSF Grade 9
USSF Grade 8
If you have questions regarding courses or rules, email
Recreational Pay Scale
Skyline will make every effort to provide three qualified referees to each home game. Center referees on all Interleague and Recreational games (U9 and above) will be USSF certified. Referees on U6-U8 games will be club trained. In order to provide these referees, ALL teams are being asked to encourage participation. In the event that a qualified team of officials are not available, the following requirements have been approved in order to provide club trained substitutions.
Competitive teams are to encourage players, parents, and siblings to participate in the USSF referee program. By refereeing, each competitive member can give back to the Skyline Soccer Program.
Intermediate and Recreational Teams (U9-U18)
All U9-U18 Intermediate and recreational teams must provide two volunteers who will attend linesman training and will be available at all home and away games to run the line if requested by the referee.
Recreational Teams (U6-U8)
Skyline utilizes volunteers to officiate the fun games that take place from U6-U8. We offer a "rules class" for volunteers willing to help out with this aspect of our program. We provide a whistle and age appropriate rules.
The next Grade 9 Certification referee class will be held:
March 2nd, 2013
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Online pre-registration is required at www.coreferee.org. If the class is full, please contact Aaron Nagel at the Skyline office for additional spots.
It is the policy of Skyline to have assigned three USSF certified referees for each competitive game. Within the developmental program it is our policy to assign three qualified referees for each home game.
Skyline also offers training at the club level for parents and coaches to learn the rules of soccer and to enable them to center referee and line games.
Skyline Soccer Association is proud to have some very qualified referee administrators. Each person is dedicated to developing the game of soccer and keeping to the strict code of the laws. Please don't hesitate to contact them with any questions.
Recreational Referee Coordinator: Aaron Nagel
Competitive Referee Assignor: Lorne Boswell
Head Referee Coordinator: Aaron Nagel