The Mission of the Tennessee Soccer Referee Program is:
To lead, serve and inspire referees for the good of the game.
And our Vision is:
To be the premier soccer referee program in the country known for protecting our referees, partnerships, and producing referees who reach their full potential.
If you have any questions, please contact Don Eubank or see our State Referee Committee staff listing below for the appropriate contact.
STATE REFEREE COMMITTEE
- State Referee Administrator (SRA): Don Eubank
- State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA): Mark Herrington
- State Director of Assessment (SDA): Susan Williamson
- State Director of Instruction (SDI): Matt Drew
- State Director of Referee Assigning (SDRA): Eddy Polk
- State Director of Women’s Officiating (SDWO): Rhiannon Harrison Daugs
- State Director of Communication (SDC): Gina Foster
- Western District Referee Administrator (WDRA): Eric Phillips
- Mid-Western District Referee Administrator (MWDRA): Mike Lowrance
- Central District Referee Administrator (CDRA): Don Barnett
- Middle District Referee Administrator (MDRA): Glen Garrett
- South East District Referee Administrator (SEDRA): Tony Moran
- Eastern District Referee Administrator (EDRA): Jason Odell
- North East District Referee Administrator (NEDRA): Steve Cullen
Thinking about becoming a referee? We have many helpful resources that can help you during this process.
- Why Should I Become A Referee?
- Steps to Becoming A Referee
- Game Day Checklist
- Referee Game Log
US SOCCER ADVICE TO NEW REFEREES
- Getting Started
- Pre-Game Conference
- Making A Good Impression
- Assistant Referee Mechanics
- Assistant Referee Positioning
- Referee Signals
- Referee Positioning
- What Is A Foul?
Are you currently a Tennessee State Referee who has questions or needs access to important documents? Please view our portal for current referees.
- Recertification FAQs
- Assignor List
- Referee Outreach and Additional Resources
- Sanctioned Tournaments
- Uniforms and Equipment
- TSRP Referee Return to Play Responsibilities and Guidelines (Post-COVID)
- IFAB Laws of the Game Changes
- USSF Pocket Guide
- Tennessee Referee Workbook
- U.S. Soccer Learning Center Overview
- U.S. Soccer Referee Overview
- U.S. Soccer Instructor Overview
- Regional Referee Profile
- TSRP Expense/Reimbursement Report
LAWS OF THE GAME
It is recommended that referees have the Laws of the Game accessible on their phone.
- For the online version of the Laws of the Game, click here.
- For a downloadable PDF version of the Laws of the Game, click here.
- For a phone friendly version of the Laws of the Game, click here.
- For a new, exciting app for your smartphone, click here.
- For the Practical Guidelines for Match Officials, click here.