Referee Associations

Referee Associations in Berks & Bucks

Find your local Referee’s Association, each ready and waiting to support new and existing Berks & Bucks FA, Referees!

Berks & Bucks referees are lucky to have a great number of local Referee’s Associations who are ready to support new and existing members.

Local Referee’s Associations meet monthly where referees have the opportunity to connect with other referees with varying levels of experience and discuss all things refereeing. Whether that is to talk about local grassroots matches or even hot topics from the top level of the game.

Being a referee can be a lonely place sometime and it is important that everybody has somewhere they can go to talk about refereeing. Whether that is to seek advice on an incident from your match, from how to deal with a challenging situation or to have the opportunity to hear from one of many guest speakers across the course of the season.

In addition to local support, being part of the Referee’s Association will also entitle you to exclusive partner discounts, specialist insurance as well as the opportunity to attend National development events. 

Each branch holds their meetings on different dates throughout the month. Details of the meeting dates, location and the contact for each Berks & Bucks branch can be found below:

Branch   Meeting Date   Meeting Venue    Branch Secretary   Email Contact 
 2nd Thursday
 of every month
 Finchampstead Sports Club, RG40 4JU   Alastair Woodward
Chiltern & District
 3rd Thursday
 of every month 
 Amersham Community Centre, HP6 5AH   Simon Parbery
High Wycombe
 4th Thursday
 of every month
 The Cressex Club, HP12 4PZ   Daniel Burford
Milton Keynes
 2nd Thursday
 of every month
 Cock Hotel, MK11 1AH  John Bradshaw
North Berks
 3rd Monday
 of every month
 Abingdon United FC, OX14 1PL  Tony Dean
 3rd Thursday
 of every month
 Early Home Guard Club, RG6 1BT  Geoff Baldock 

Why not make contact with your local branch and go and see what it is all about?

Steve Sherry, Chairman of Berks & Bucks County Referees’ Association and active Level 5 Referee has compiled the below letter to outline the benefits of joining your local RA:

Why join your local RA?

You can find more details about each Referee’s Association directly by visiting their website.

Alternatively, for more information about the RAs, please contact our Referee Development Officer, Sam Myatt, via're also happy to pass on your details directly to your local RA, we just need you to complete our Expression of Interest Form

Finally, for more informaiton about Refereeing in Berks & Bucks please visit the dedicated pages of our website.

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