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Question Number: 13831


RE: Competitive Under 14

Andrew Morritt of Toronto, Ontario Canada asks...

Good day,

Could anyone tell me a store, either online or in the Toronto area, that would carry solid (i.e. non-USSF) gold/blue/red referee shirts? Despite searching, I have been unable to find anywhere that carries these.

At one of my referee courses, I was told that the official referee shirt was black with a white collar. However, in the league I play in several teams have dark shirts. I assume that the corresponding shirt would be gold with a black collar.


Answer provided by Referee Keith Contarino

www.scoresports has inexpensive referee shirts but they are FIFA approved. the old black with a white collar may still be found at Official Sports or Law 5, but none of the gold/red/blue were made if this fashion. The only other shirt available when the solid black was in use was a fuscia checkered shirt and was UGLY. All the new colors have pinstripes

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Answer provided by Referee Ben Mueller

I use the site Mr. Contarino has reccomended. Also is good.

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Answer provided by Referee Jeroen Krijvenaar

Him I always go to they have all the latest gear.


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