Cheyenne Soccer Club


Starting the spring of 2024 we will have a new referee assignor, Brett Feurt. Brett has been involved with CSC for 16 years. His daughter started playing soccer in the girls U8 division in the spring of 2008. That fall, she moved up to the U10 division and began coaching her team. He continued coaching her teams until she reached the high school division, at which that time he began to coach his son's teams. In the fall of 2022, he decided to begin refereeing. After the first fall season as a referee, he knew this was something he enjoyed doing and would want to continue as long as he could. He has refereed for CSC recreational, competitive, and adult leagues. In 2023 he added the high school division to his resume. He is excited to add the assignor responsibilities to his duties while to continue to referee, mentor and to recruit more refs to the ranks.

In Brett own words: "It makes me proud to see how our new referees have grown in ability and confidence both on and off the pitch."

While we welcome Brett to our team we also want to thank David Griffin for his many years of service to the Club. We hope he enjoys his retirement from the pitch.



Did you know?
CSC will reimburse initial costs for the course for attendees who pass and referee 8 games for the Club!

Referee Meetings

Will be held before each new Spring and Fall season at the North Park shed to update and coordinate everyone for the upcoming season. Generally, we will hold two meetings so all referees can make it to one or the other. We will cover items such as introductions, availability, instructions on using, training opportunities, pay scales, etc.


All leagues will pay two to three times during each season. At the end of the season, all remaining balances will be paid. You must fill out your payment information in in order to get paid. For more information about, please contact Brett.


Youth Competitive Program referee pay is determined by the Colorado Soccer Association:

Colorado Youth Soccer - Revised Fall 2023

Age LevelReferee PayAssistant Referee Pay

Bonus Pay:
Regional, Regional Emeritus: +$20/game
Tier 1, 2 and 3: $5, $7.50 and $10/game, respectively
Iron-man: +$15 for U11-U14, +$20 for U15 for U15-U19
Referee w/ 1AR: Center; +$10 for U11-U14, +$13 for U15-U19
AR; +$5 for U11-U14, +$7 for U15-U19

Youth Recreational, PDP, and Adult Program referee pay rates are as follows:

Cheyenne Soccer Club -Revised Fall 2023

Age LevelCenter Referee PayAssistant Referee Pay
U9/10 PDP$30-

Bonus Pay:
2-man team, both referees receive center referee pay
Iron-man: +$10 for U12, +$15 for U14 and above is the web-based assignment system used by CSC and CSA. This is how referees maintain their contact information, provide availability on their personal calendar, receive game assignments, report game scores and penalties, receive payment, and stay informed through email or text communications. Referees only need 1 account for any and all leagues they work for who utilize the same software.

USSF Status

Prior to being assigned any Competitive League games, referees need to be certified for the current year through USSF. Although certification is not required for other leagues, it is preferred; and certified referees will be assigned first before using any non-certified referees. Referees who have taken and passed a pre-season class are already certified. If you are not sure of your status, contact Brett.

Game Assignments

All games (all leagues) will be assigned electronically, normally 3-4 days prior to the game. Referees need to show their availability as early as possible through to obtain the best assignments possible. The Assignor will assign all referees to games based on their certification, availability, experience, and ability.

Work Etiquette

Referees are expected to arrive no later than 15 minutes prior to the start of each game to facilitate any last minute changes to game assignments, if needed. Upon arrival, you should check in with the Game Day Mentor (usually Brett) for any possible assignment adjustments and opportunities to referee more games due to last minute changes.

Online Training Videos

U.S. Soccer is committed to producing referee educational resources aimed at supporting the nearly 140,000 officials across the country regularly working amateur games at the youth and adult levels. While these online training resources are specific to referee instruction, the content can also be accessed by players, coaches and spectators who simply want to learn more about the Laws of the Game and refereeing.