Welcome to the home of Bankstown Football Referees.
New referee course will be on Sunday 3 February 2019.
The first step in becoming a referee is to contact us for details on upcoming courses, please e-mail email@example.com.
You can also complete the free online Laws of the Game training module (run by Football Federation Australia), which provides a basic introduction to the Laws of the Game and their interpretations. Successful candidates will receive a certificate identifying they have demonstrated awareness in the Laws of the Game, and have the necessary knowledge to attend the Level 4 Referee course. This is available at: https://www.playfootball.com.au
If you are looking to join us refereeing here in Bankstown, or are interested is completing the level 4 referee course please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Bankstown Football Referees would like to thank those who help us out:
2019 sees us welcome a new sponsor the Campsie RSL Group and their support via ClubGRANTS. The Campsie group consist of Campsie, Belmore and Chester Hill RSL Clubs, and the Chester Hill Bowling Club. Thinking of a night out at a club? Please consider supporting one of our sponsor clubs.
The ClubGRANTS scheme is a shared State Government-Club Industry program, funded by a 2.25% gaming machine tax rebate provided by the State Government to those registered clubs with gaming machine profits in excess of $1 million per annum.
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BFR would like to thank Bankstown Sports Club for their continuing support in providing us with our meeting rooms and IT support.
We hope you come and join us.
Season 2017 marked the completion my 6th Season of refereeing for BFR. I took up refereeing as a way of making a few extra dollars over my weekends which were already spent at soccer anyway. Since then I have found myself enjoying refereeing more and more and have since left playing to focus on my refereeing. Since joining BFR I have moved through the ranks making my PL debut at the age of 15 and having been involved in 4 PL Grand Finals and 3 State cup Grand Finals. In 2016 I was selected for the NSW Referees Academy where we undergo specific training sessions in order to enhance or technical knowledge and abilities on the park.
I have also worked through the state system having been apart of the Football NSW Referees Development Panel and in 2017 moving into NSW State League Referees where I have had the privilege of officiating in the NSW National Premier Leagues competition as well as attending state titles tournaments and in 2017 being selected for the National Youth Championships in Coffs Harbour in September.