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Most referees have played themselves, some still do and some just think that’s their way of being part of the game. Either way being a referee keeps you involved even after your playing days might be over. It puts you right back into the action and gives you a part in the game that you’ll never get as a spectator.

The first stage in becoming a referee is to get in touch with our County Referee’s Administrator and the second stage is to complete the GAA Club Referee Foundation Course. This is a blended learning course, this comprises of an online GAA Learning course, and a one day in-person session delivered by GAA Referee Tutors. Learn more here:

Becoming a match official

Following the completion of this course and the successful completion of the rules test, the referee is qualified to referee at Club level.

For more information contact:

Referees Gallery

Like many players the dream for a referee is very much the same, to represent your county at National Level and maybe take charge of a game at Croke Park. Click on the images below to see some of our Tyrone Referees:

Test your Knowledge

The following links (not an official site) provides a few questions, answers and a score:

Rules of Football Rules of Hurling

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