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Interested in making at least $15 per hour?
Want a job that will be flexible?
Need a weekend only job to pick up extra income?
Want a job that will keep you active?

Become a Youth Soccer Official!

 

Working as a US Soccer Official provides a lot of benefits:

  • Work while burning some calories
  • Learn how to critically think, make quick decisions, manage players and communicate both verbally and non-verbally with your crew.
  • Flexible for the soccer parents, hard-working individuals, college and high school students!
  • Dont know the game? Tons of support to help you learn and become a referee!
  • Majority of the games are paid cash at the fields.
  • Easy online course with a one day 4 hour field session

 

Signup for the online portion of the training (~6 hours):
https://learning.ussoccer.com/referee/courses/available/6/course-info 

 

After completion, register for a field session (~4 hours), offered throughtout the state at different times, vial the link above.

Once you are certified, you will be connected with your local assignor to get games.

 

Become a Referee

 

GET YOUR LICENSE AND START EARNING MONEY RIGHT WAY!

You must be at least 13 years to obtain your first referee license and attend the class. (Must be 14 to referee games)

As an incentive to get certified, Arkansas United will reimburse your cost of the certification.

  • Grade 8 (entry level):  up to $50 registration reimbursement after 10 games worked with AUSC in a season.
  • Grade 7 (work high level youth): up to $55 registration reimbursement after 10 games worked with AUSC in a season.
  • Grade 6 (any adult or amateur level): up to $85 registration reimbursement after 15 games worked with AUSC in a season.

To referee for games at Verizon Fields, Natural Steps Park, and Otter Creek, please contact

Kim Eskola
Little Rock Assignor
Phone: 501.690.0332

To referee game in Conway:

Van Lamar
Conway Referee Assignor
Phone: 501-733-2766

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August Blog

Why did I become an official almost ten years ago? 
 

I started coaching soccer in 2005 when my youngest started playing soccer.  Like many, I put down that I would help but with the shortage of individuals who volunteered to do anything, of course I was called and asked if I would coach.  It was the same scenario when I was asked to become an official.  Like most people, I had never officiated any sport.  I played sports and even coached but to be an official was a little frightening BUT there was a need and I wanted my sons to have officials at their games so I joined a small group of parents who also became officials.  What I didn’t realize was how much I would enjoy officiating the sport.  It challenged me in ways that my previous athletic endeavors had not.  What was better was that my oldest son was of age so we did the class together and a year later, my youngest son joined the small band of officials.  From here, I could write forever about the experiences, adventures and unique bonding we had officiating together.  Instead, I won’t bore you with my memories but I will tell you that both of my sons benefitted tremendously from officiating.  It not only allowed them to buy their own vehicles and show them responsibility but it also taught them skills that they use in college now.  It pushed and continues to push all three of us out of our comfort zone to new experiences.  So I challenge you to get out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself to try something new which will also help the soccer community. 
 

Best Regards,

Kim Eskola

 

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Arkansas United Soccer Club

Arkansas United Soccer Club formerly known as Little Rock Futbol Club has been a 501c3 nonprofit youth organization serving our community since 1980. Our principal mission is the promotion of youth soccer. We strive to instill a love for the game in each of our players and to provide an atmosphere where each player may participate and progress according to his or her interest and ability. We take great pride in developing our players as athletes, students and responsible young men and women. Our players form life-long friendships with their club mates, acquire leadership, teamwork and sportsmanship skills that ultimately prepare them for life beyond soccer.

Contact Us

Arkansas United Soccer Club
Phone: 501-868-1212