Rules Coach

We are proud to assign Rules Enforcement Coaches “in-house” at all of our Gold Crown Basketball games. Keeping our assigning “in house” increases accountability as we continually evaluate current rules coaches and train potential rules coaches. We value all Rules Enforcement Coaches as an important and integral part of the experiences we provide to the youth that participate in our programs.


Thank you for providing feedback about a Gold Crown Rules Enforcement Coach. Please complete the form below with accuracy and honesty about your experience during your basketball game. In order for us to benefit from your feedback, we ask that you provide as detailed information as possible. After submitting your feedback, someone from the Gold Crown staff will follow up with you.

PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT accept video evidence as part of the review process. We will only review feedback that is in writing.

Officiating Academy

The Gold Crown Officiating Academy (GCOA) is the initial training ground for men & women to become Gold Crown Rules Coaches.

  • Classroom Training: Sept. 7th - 8th, 9 am - 12 pm
  • On-court Trainings: Sept. 13th or 18th (pick one)
  • For new Rules Coaches, or those with 1-2 years of experience
  • Gold Crown Field House
  • Registration Fee: $60
  • Featuring: Nuggets ticket giveaway to three participants who complete the course. Three names will be drawn at random for 2 lower bowl tickets.

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Academy Schedule

New Rules Coach

  • Bi-annual Rules Enforcement Coaching Academy
  • Make your own schedule
  • Stay involved with the game you love
  • Give back and help the next generation or basketball players
  • Earn $20-30 per game
  • Additional Training available through the Gold Crown Academy
  • No experience required
  • Interested? Apply to become a Rules Coach below.

Why Do We Have Rules Coaches?

In a continued effort to create a positive atmosphere in youth basketball, Gold Crown Foundation has started referring to our youth basketball officials as Rules Coaches. This emphasis is meant to help improve the relationship between officials, parents, coaches, and players. As youth sports begins to approach a significant shortage of officials, the research suggests that part of this is related to the verbal abuse and hostile environment some officials experience. At Gold Crown we recognize that our basketball officials provide a very important service to the game and the youth that participate in our programs. Ultimately, our officials are on the court to help the children learn the rules and how to play the game the right way. Without the men and women that officiate we simply wouldn’t be able to operate the best youth basketball program in the state.

Current Rules Coach

  • Work youth basketball games from 2nd – 12th grade
  • Be a positive role model for the participants
  • Gold Crown Basketball leagues and tournaments
  • JPSports leagues and tournaments
  • Facilities across the Denver Metro Area & NoCo (Longmont, Frederick, Erie, Fort Collins, Mead, Greeley, etc.)
  • Be a mentor to new rules coach's
  • Give back to the community
  • Work your way up to high school/college

Professional Development

Gold Crown Officiating is committed to not just simply assigning youth basketball games. Our Rules Coach Department is unwavering in our commitment to improve the general state of officiating across all of Colorado. Through professional development in the form of educational videos and resources, our Gold Crown Officiating Academy’s and shared feedback, we hope to witness a positive impact across all levels of officiating throughout the greater Denver Metro area. Stay tuned for resources.