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Question Number: 9847

League Specific

RE: rec Under 16

ashley of , asks...

what is your average salery per year?

Answer provided by Referee Chuck Fleischer

Match fees vary from league to league. If you're in it for the money you'll starve... ..Regards,



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Answer provided by Referee Victor Matheson

I will tell you that Perlugi Collina, widely considered the best referee in the world, just retired as a referee earlier this month and accepted a sponsorship deal from Opel car company that will pay him almost $1 million per year. ..Fees for most matches range from about $10 for some youth games all the way up to around $200 per game for some college matches.



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