Teams Practice Twice Weekly
Games Played on Weekends.
Some Weekends Include Saturday and Sunday Games
Parents furnish – Black Shorts and Socks for Games
Shin Guards and Cleats for Practice and Games Played Saturday and Sunday Games
What is the best thing you can do for your child who wants to be a soccer player? Do you need to buy him or her the best equipment and gear, and hire a private soccer coach on your off-practice days? Will having your child jog 3 miles a day help him to be a star?
The best thing you can do for your child is encourage, encourage, encourage.
Show an interest in your child and what he/she enjoys, whether he/she made the goal or not, whether his/her team won or not. Your approval of your child and pride in him or her should be completely separated from his performance on the team.
YSI Code of Ethics
– I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, game officials and administrators – at all times.
– I will place the emotional and physical well being of all players ahead of any personal desire to win.
– I will support the coaches, officials and administrators working with my child, in order to encourage positive and enjoyable experience for all.
– I will remember that the game is for the players, not for the adults.
– I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, game officials, administrators and fans with respect.
– I will always be positive.
– I will always allow the coach to be the ONLY coach.
– I will not get into arguments with the opposing team’s parents, players or coaches.
– I will not come onto the field for any reason during the game.
– I will not criticize game officials.
– Alcohol, illegal drugs and unauthorized prescription drugs shall not be possessed, consumed or distributed before, during or after any game or at any other time at the field and/or game complex.
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