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Player Code of Conduct

General

These are primary conduct guidelines of the Southington Soccer Club. These guidelines cannot possibly cover every situation that will arise over the course of a season, and under certain situations, exceptions can be made according to the best judgment of the head coach. Please keep in mind, however, that the head coach is responsible to the entire team, player families, and the Southington soccer program. All decisions will be made with those obligations in mind. Southington Soccer Club expects all participants to maintain a high standard of conduct at all times, and will enforce the standard firmly and fairly.  If and when violations occur, the violator will receive disciplinary action from Southington Soccer Club  according to its rules and policies.

Standard of Conduct

1. Be a good sport, whether you win or lose.  Show a positive attitude toward your teammates, your coaches, game officials and spectators.

2. Respect the people you play against and exhibit good sportsmanship.

3. Follow the rules and expectations set by your team, league and club.

4. Attend all team events and support your team at all times.

5. All players are responsible and required to have appropriate uniforms and equipment.

Parents Code of Conduct
 

General

These are primary conduct guidelines of the Southington Soccer Club. These guidelines cannot possibly cover every situation that will arise over the course of a season, and under certain situations, exceptions can be made according to the best judgment of the head coach. Please keep in mind, however, that the head coach is responsible to the entire team, player families, and the Southington soccer program. All decisions will be made with those obligations in mind. Southington Soccer Club expects all participants to maintain a high standard of conduct at all times, and will enforce the standard firmly and fairly.  If and when violations occur, the violator will receive disciplinary action from the Club according to its rules and policies.

Standard of Conduct

1. Set a good example, win or lose.  Children are watching.  Make sure you have a positive attitude toward players, coaches, officials, and spectators.

2. It is crucial that coaches are the only ones providing instruction to players.

3. Refrain from yelling at anyone, especially the referee.

4. Respect the opponents.

5. Support your son/daughter and the team by following the rules regarding equipment, practices, and being on time and ready to play.  Be sure that your player has the proper clothing and equipment every time he or she enters the soccer field.

6. If a problem exists with a coach or manager follow these steps:

 Arrange a meeting with the coach.  It is important that any parent with an issue should take a deep breath and wait 24 hours after the game before setting up a meeting with the coach or anyone else.  If this does not resolve your concerns

 Contact a Director of Coaching. If this does not resolve your concerns

 Contact a board member  

7. Remember the following:  The players are kids, and so are most the referees.  This is not the World Cup.

8. Failure in following these rules may result in expulsion from a game, and/or attending further games. 

Contact

Southington Soccer Club
P.O Box 759 
Southington, Connecticut 06489

Phone: 203-996-9488
Email: [email protected]

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