We are part of the Colorado Football Officials Association (CFOA) and Colorado's largest football officials' association with over 200 members. Our members officiate high school (varsity, junior varsity, and freshman) football primarily in the Denver metro area as well as high schools in the mountains and on the plains of Colorado.
Scrimmages will be assigned via Arbiter for this year. We will NOT be doing sign-ups via the DFOA website.
Important Upcoming Dates/Deadlines
Interested in Officiating High School Football?
If you are interested in becoming a high school football official, please contact Joel Pogar (firstname.lastname@example.org) and pre-register for the up coming classes here. The Denver Football Officials Association recruits, trains and tests high school football officials each preseason.
The CFOA Mechanics Manual and amendments can be found in Arbiter:
The Ben Gregory award is given to a retired football coach in the metro area. This award is given to a coach who was a great facilitator of sportsmanship towards opponents as well as officials. The 2017 recipient, Steve Finesilver (George Washington), was recognized at the DFOA Area Meeting on Tuesday October 17. You can view past years' recipients on the Ben Gregory Award Recipients page.
CFOA Game Reports
It is required that a game report be submitted after EVERY Varsity contest, even if there were no major incidents that occurred. When entering the report, make sure to fill out the comments section as well, especially if there are any problems. Be descriptive in your comments so that CHSAA can notify the schools and try and correct the issue. "Bad clock operator" is not as helpful as "clock operator was consistently slow in starting and stopping the clock", for example.
You can access the Game Report form online here: CFOA Game Report.
If you have an ejection during a sub-varsity contest, that must also be reported to CHSAA. Do not contact the schools directly in these reports.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Per request from CHSAA, these reports should be filled out by the Referee directly!
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