Frequently Asked Questions to register as a referee
National rules apply to entry and exit. Please note that the situation may change. The responsibility lies with each individual team to stay up to date on which rules apply.
How do I register?
Click here to access the referee registration in our system.
When will you find out that you have been accepted as a referee for Lundaspelen?
We have continuous admission and publish accepted referee on the website and inform via email. All referee who register will be notified by email no later than 20 November.
Can I influence my chances of being accepted?
Of course you can. If you want to referee in all age categories and can referee all days on all days of the tournament, your chances of being accepted increase.
What accommodation options are there?
If you share hotel accommodation in a double room together with another referee, you and will referee at least 10 matches / day for two days you will receive SEK 75 / match in compensation. Otherwise, you are responsible for the hotel accommodation yourself and receive SEK 105 / match. Accommodation together with teams in school can also be arranged.
For referees from other countries, special regulations apply that we agree on in advance before acceptance as a referee to Lundaspelen!
What does Lundaspelen offer?
When you referee in Lundaspelen, you get two referee shirts, food cards for breakfast, lunch and supper (30/12 breakfast only)
What do you get for referee fees?
Referees who have arranged their own accommodation or live at a school receive 105 SEK / match. Referees staying at a hotel get 75 SEK / match.
How many matches do you have per day?
Day 1-3 you have 6-10 matches / day.
The referees for the matches on the final day on 30/12 will be distributed on the evening on 29/12, no referee is guaranteed a final match.
Note! Special rules apply to judges from Germany, Switzerland and Austria (GSA). Contact email@example.com for more information.