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What's next when you hang up your boots?

If you're interested in continuing in the world of football after playing, there are plenty of opportunities to stay involved, whether it is refereeing, coaching or administration.


Guernsey FA are keen to recruit new referees who have 'played the game' and without your weekend 'fix' of playing football, staying involved through refereeing could be the way forward for you.


Give something back to your team or club whether its the adult or junior section by becoming a coach. Support the next generation of footballers by attending an FA coaching course utilising all your playing experience.


Support the infrastructure of your team, club or league by helping behind the scenes. Whether it is working with the committee or developing the media side of things, the grassroots game is crying out for more volunteers to support football in the County.

Get in touch

If you're interested in continuing in the world of football after playing please contact Football Development Officer Angus Mackay or Referee Officer Geoff Ogier:

T: 01481 200443

frequently asked questions

Football in Guernsey can not survive without the dedication of the many volunteer referees currently participating every week. Our aim is to provide the support and experience to anybody interested in becoming a referee and to help you progress your skills as far as you want. Whether you aspire to officiate on the Premiership or to referee local Sunday football, we can provide you with the support, training and resources to assist you in achieving your goal.

Football is looking for enthusiastic and confident people just like you to take on a variety of roles and football will give back to you too! Did you know that being involved in a football club can give you the same energy boost as having a pay rise?

Skills and qualities you could expect to develop:

Self esteem
Speaking to groups
Managing accounts and budgeting
Event organisation

  • learning new skills
  • helping others
  • giving something back to the sport
  • becoming part of a team
  • meeting new people
  • a new challenge

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