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The Metrolina Football Officials Association (MFOA)

Here is an FAQ, followed by a list of schools they cover.

Frequently Asked Questions for Football Officials

Last Updated: February 19, 2017 Page 1


Q: What is the Metrolina Football Officials Association (MFOA)?

A: The MFOA is an organization of football officials which provide football officiating services primarily

to the following leagues and/or conferences:

·        North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) in the Metrolina area (JV/Varsity).

·       North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) in the Metrolina area

·       (JV/Varsity).

·       Charlotte-Mecklenburg Middle Schools

·       Cabarrus County Middle Schools

·       Pop Warner League in the Metrolina area

·       Carolina Midget Football League (Union County Area)

The MFOA helps in recruitment and training of football officials from across the area and ensuring that the officiating needs of the schools and youth football are met.


Q: Who can become an official?

·       A: Any person who has reached his/her 18th birthday, and is not currently in high school and can fulfill the NCHSAA requirements.


Q: Why become an official?

·       Football officiating is one of the greatest avocations you could ever begin. You will develop many friendships that will last a lifetime. The cross-section of the public who are football officials is vast.

·       This cross-section means EVERYONE fits in.

·       Our avocation also gives you a chance to stay in touch with the game and although no one will ever get rich from officiating locally, it does put a few extra dollars in your pocket.

Q: When does registration begin and end for the MFOA?

·       Registration with the MFOA usually begins around the beginning of March and will end on June 30th.


This is a firm deadline for all applications to be received by the Regional Supervisor. After this date has passed, registration will officially close.


Q: I’ve never officiated before, but would like to become an official. What steps do I take to become a football official?

·       The MFOA is always seeking new officials to join their membership. To start your football officiating career, please review our FAQ page for any questions you might have. Then follow the easy registration steps for becoming a new official.


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A L Brown
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Jay M Robinson
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