Apply for your timekeeper license online or by mail.
Who needs a license?
Anyone who is responsible for timekeeping duties at boxing, kickboxing, wrestling, or martial arts competitions.
How to apply
Make sure you meet the requirements, and follow the steps below to apply for a timekeeper license. Timekeeping tasks may include starting and stopping the clock for competitive rounds or bouts and recording the time for knockouts, pins, etc.
1. Meet the requirements
You must be at least 18 years old to be licensed.
2. Complete all the necessary forms
- Combative Sports Participant License Application/Renewal
- Combative Sports Certification of Official to prove you have the training certification required in RCW 67.08.100(3)
3. Submit your application
You can submit your application online or by mail.
Submit your application online
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Submit your application by mail
Mail your completed forms along with a check or money order payable to the Department of Licensing for the application fee to:
Combative Sports Program
Department of Licensing
PO Box 35001
Seattle, WA 98124-35001
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