A referee for the National Football League usually makes around $100,000 to $200,000 a season, as of early 2013. They usually work about 20 4-hour games each season. The referees that work during the Super Bowl game usually make around $20,000 to $25,000 for that one game, on top of their normal, annual salary. A referee in the National Football Association has to make calls and relay them to the teams and announcer. The referee also has to lead the officiating team, which also includes a line judge, a side judge, a field judge and a head linesman.