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SSRA Education and Fitness

Scroll down to see complete 2020  Agenda for fitness and education
Scroll down to see complete 2020 Agenda for fitness and education

Sports officiating (Soccer Referees) is an honorable profession requiring those who engage in it to have strong moral character and integrity. Officials must be fair-minded and courageous. They are expected to embrace and adhere to the Code of Conduct handed down by Ontario Soccer.

It takes a special person to be an official. Sport officials (soccer referees) bear great responsibility for engendering public confidence in sports. They are critical to the health of athletic  competitions. Officials ensure games are played fairly, by the laws of the game, within the spirit of the laws in a safe manner. Officiating takes a great deal of preparation, commitment, continuing education and fitness

We would all agree that soccer is growing very fast both in numbers and in the quality of play. As more clubs develop more elite teams, the need for Referees experienced in managing higher-level matches is also growing exponentially. All referees are encouraged to attend and participate in both education and fitness sessions. Referees should be fit to referee rather than refereeing to be fit.


Due to the fire at The Agincourt Community Centre on January 31st, the new location for our education programs on Tuesday nights will now be held at:

McGregor Park Community Centre, 2231 Lawrence East, Scarborough, M1P 2P5. Phone # 416 396 4023


  The following information covers our 2019/2020 A G M, Education and Fitness Programs for 2020 



2019/ 20




Nov. 26th 2019

7:00 -9:00pm

Leslie Wong


 Jan 28th 2020


Greg Scheonebeck  

 Report Writing
  Please bring your computer to this session

Feb.11 th

7:00- 9:00 pm

Marlene Ford

 Law 14 - Penalty kicks and Kicks from the Penalty Mark

Feb 25th

7:00- 9:00 pm

Scott Bowman  

Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct   

Mar 10th

7:00-9:00 pm

Tony Camacho 

  Law Changes 
 It is very important that all referees attend this session to be aware of these changes that will be applied in 2020  

Mar 24th

7:00- 9:00 pm

Marc Henoud    Law 5 

Ontario Soccer has suspended all soccer activities in Ontario until April 5th due to the Coronavirus

Our education session for  March 24th is cancelled 

April 7th  

7:00- 9:00 pm

Amato DeLuca  Law 11

Our April 7th session will depends largely on Ontario Soccer evaluation of the Coronavirus. We will keep updating our website as information becomes available 

April 21st 

7:00- 9:00 pm

Chris Spencer

 Game Management

May 5th  

7:00- 9:00 pm  

Pre Season Meeting 

Leslie Wong 







Fitness Instructor

Fitness training at Clairlea Soccer Centre 

 Jan 18th
Jan 25t

10 am to 11 am
for January

Kuizan Weekes

Boardroom not available in January

Feb 1st 
Feb 8th
Feb 15th
Feb 22nd
Feb 29th 

10 am to 11 am for
January. Boardroom 
not available on Feb 22nd and 29th  


Kuizan Weekes

One hour on field and one hour Boardroom discussions on game situations 

Boardroom not available on Feb 22nd and 29th 

March 7th
March 28th 

10 am to11 am
11am to 12pm B/R

Kuizan Weekes

Our Fitness Training on March 28th is cancelled  due to the Coronavirus situation 

April 4th
April 18th

10. am to 12pm

Kuizan Weekes

Our Fitness Training on April 4th is cancelled due to the Coranavirus situation

Our Fitness Training on April 18th will continue as normal.

One hour on field and one hour Boardroom discussions on game situations 

April 25th

10 am to 12 pm 

Kuizan Weekes

Confirmed  Fitness Test 

May 2nd 

9. am to 11 am

Kuizan Weekes

Proposed Fitness Test 



June 20th and 21st 

Robbie Festival

Leslie Wong

June 27th, 28th and 29th 

Robbie International Soccer Tournament

Leslie Wong


Please note: The starting time for our fitness test  8:30 am. Registration and warm up will commence at 8:30 am and conclude at 8:55 am. Fitness Test starts at 9:00 am.