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Becoming an official

Officiating is essential to the successful operation of all sports across the UK.

Without the support of dedicated individuals as officials who give up their time for free, events simply would just not happen.

If you would like to learn a new skill and meet new people then officiating could be for you!

If you're 25 or under, head to our Young Officials section.Read more about becoming a swimming official in our British Swimming zone.

If you are aged 25 and under, visit our Young Officials section - an area solely dedicated to young people.

Here you will find all the information you will reqiuire to become a qualified Official.

You can also find out what other Young Officials have been getting up to as they share their own personal experiences.  

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