American Youth Soccer Organization Area 1-P

Ken Aston Camps



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For over twenty years, the Ken Aston Referee Camps have provided some of the highest level instruction AYSO has to offer. This residential camp is an exciting environment where referees from around the country socialize and discuss officiating skills and the Laws of the Game. Attendees benefit from top-level instructors who learned the craft from renowned FIFA referee, Ken Aston. Many of the instructors hold Section and National positions, and are pledged to keeping Ken's Vision of the Spirit of the Game alive, making this an unparalleled learning experience for those in attendance.

There are eight courses being offered at Chapman University in Orange, CA near Disneyland during July 22-24, 2005

This year we will have two FIFA Referees as our Principal Instructors: Sandra Hunt and Kari Seitz

Sandra Hunt has represented the U.S. as a FIFA referee since 1999, during which time she officiated the opening game of the 2000 Sydney Olympics, participated in the 2001 Asian Women's Championship, served as fourth official at the 2003 Women's World Cup and was named top referee of the 2003 Four Nations Tournament in China. As a referee in the WUSA and MLS, Sandra was one of the first two women to referee an MLS game when she officiated a game in Kansas City.

Kari Seitz is one of three female FIFA certified referees in the United States and one of five CONCACAF referees at the 2005 Algarve Cup. The last FIFA tournament Kari participated in was the 2004 Athens Olympics, where she officiated the Bronze medal match between Germany and Sweden while the U.S. played Brazil for the Gold Medal. She also officiated at the 1999 and 2003 FIFA Women's World Cups and the 2002 FIFA U-19 Women's World Championship in Canada.

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Learn more about the courses, and register on-line.
 

Last updated Friday, July 01, 2005 at 11:08 AM