Certainly; Hampshire FA regularly post refereeing opportunities with fixtures needing to be fulfilled for a range of different events. We would recommend following Hampshire FA on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and even on LinkedIn for updates.
Additionally, Hampshire FA run a mentoring scheme and we are always looking for new Mentors to support the growing numbers of new Referees especially in the period following the completion of the first part of the FA Referees Course when they go out to do their first game. As a Mentor you can participate in the scheme by giving as much time or as little time as you can afford and there are no age restrictions or requirements on the experience you have. Being a Mentor allows you to stay in touch with football on the local parks and also allows you to give support and encouragement to the Referees coming through the system. Even if you can only be available on the end of the telephone, email, text or twitter your contribution would be welcomed. If you would like to know more about being a Mentor please contact the County Referee Mentor Coordinator, Kat Carver to arrange attendance at a local FA Mentor Workshop.
We would recommend informing your University and/or Academic Institution that you are a qualified referee as there may be opportunities to develop further within the University such as Referee Activator roles. Find your sport department at the University and give them a bell!