Referees Associations & Societies
WHAT DOES THE REFEREES ASSOCIATION OFFER YOU IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE?
The Referees' Association is a National body which is made up of over 300 local Referees' Associations, Branches or Societies run by Referees for the benefit of Referees, providing assistance, support and guidance.
The Referees' Association is an organised group of people involved with Refereeing which is run by Referees for the benefit of Referees.
There are several benefits of membership of The Referees' Association:
- Low cost Insurance Policy
- Information publications
- Benevolent Fund
- Dedicated training
Below you can find out the details including meeting times of the Referee Branches in the County.
Secretary: Thomas Blanch
Meetings held monthly from August to May (except June and July) on the second Thursday of the month at Cheltenham Town FC, Whaddon Road, Cheltenham GL52 5NA. Start 7.45 PM
Secretary: Dave Morecombe
Meetings held on the fourth Thursday of the month (except May, June, July & December). Get in contact to find out venue location.
Secretary: Colin Smith
Meetings held on the first Monday of the month (no meetings in May, June and July) at Orepool Inn, Sling, Coleford, Gloucestershire, GL18 8LH. Start 7.30 PM.
Secretary: Graham Rosam
Monthly meetings August to May, alternating Mondays & Thursdays at Ed Shed, Quay Street, Gloucester, GL1 2PG. Start 7.30 PM.
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