2022 USSF Re-registration

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Submitted by Missouri SDI on 06- 16- 2020

Missouri Referee Development Program will start the 2022 registration/re-registration cycle on July 1, 2021.  Fees for 2022 will be increased by $5 across the board due to new higher costs associated with background checks.  For 2022 re-registrations will still start online and will have an in-person recert clinic associated with each clinic to conclude the process.  Provided all other requirements (i.e. online payment, test and SafeSport) have been met then badges and Velcro will be handed out at the end of each clinic.

Welcome to MRDP (Missouri Referee Development Program)

This site is a source of information for new and experienced soccer referees affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation, as well as data for Missouri Referee Administrators, Registered Assignors, Instructors and Assessors. To see the whole site you must first create a profile, and then your access must be approved.   

MRDP Risk Management Policy on Registration of Felons

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Submitted by Missouri SDI on 01- 04- 2021

MRDP reserves the right to refuse registration in any capacity to anyone convicted of a felony anywhere in the United States.  While this policy in principle has been in force for many years, current risk management realities have now required this to be in writing and published.  The State Referee Committee has voted unanimously to re-affirm this policy as of January 4, 2021.

How to become a USSF Referee

All United States Soccer Federation (USSF) affiliate members require that all referees be currently registered by the USSF. In order to register a referee must first be qualified. Normally this means taking a USSF referee training course conducted by a Instructional program within one of the recognized state programs.
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