BASA is committed to providing the highest quality soccer program in the area. Part of that commitment centers around providing quality referees. BASA strives to provide certified center referees for all of our U8 and above games, and certified assistant referees for all of the U10 and above games.
Referee Assignment System
Becoming a Referee for BASA
To become a referee for BASA, you must successfully complete the eight hour referee class offered by the Michigan Referee Committee.
For the most up to date information on dates and locations of classes, please check the Michigan Referee Committee website at http://www.michiganreferee.org
BASA Referee Coordinator
Cory Dabrowski – Referee Coordinator/USSF Certified Assignor
Phone: (989)439-6221 cell
Referee Recertification Classes
Information for referee recertification can be found at http://www.michiganreferee.com and at http://michiganreferee.org/types_of_classes.html
All referees must be current in their certification for the season they are officiating. Some certifications expire at different times, depending on when the referee finished their class.
Refer to the expiration date on your U.S.Soccer Federation card for the exact expiration date. BASA will only use certified referees.
BASA Referees are responsible for their own uniform and equipment. (Add referee equipment list link from above, here as well) Referees must be dressed appropriately and be professional in their duties to receive pay. Referee equipment and uniforms can be purchased at the following links:
BASA does not carry or supply referee uniforms or equipment. Please be sure that you have a SOCCER referee jersey and not another sports referee jersey.
Black is the only acceptable color jersey for recreational soccer games at the BASA Complex. Yellow jersey is highly recommended for officiating Select/Travel games at the BASA complex.