Player, Parent and Coach Expectations
- Players and parents can expect coaches to provide a fun learning environment.
- Coaches will be on time and prepared for training sessions and games.
- Players and parents can expect the coaches to be fair and give an honest evaluation of players.
- Coaches will promote good sportsmanship and lead by example.
- Coaches will maintain good communication with parents and players.
- Coaches will hold players accountable who do not abide by good sportsmanship, attendance in games and practice sessions.
- Coaches will work toward not only the development of their team, but the individual development of each player.
- Players will come prepared for practice and games with all proper attire and equipment
- Players will be expected to give full attention during training sessions and games
- Players are expected to always work hard to help improve soccer skills and understanding of the game.
- The amount of playing time players will receive during games will be based on game performance, determination in practice, punctuality and attitude.
- Players should always be courteous of other players and teammates.
- It is expected that all players exemplify and demonstrate good sportsmanship at all times.
- Players are expected to be respectful of their coaches, officials and opponents.
- Players are required to carry exceptional grades in school while being a distinguished athlete.
- Parents are expected to get players to practice and games on time, as well as pick up players timely.
- All parents are expected to carry proper sideline behavior.
- Parents should not yell instructions from the sideline and allow the coaches to properly instruct.
- If late to practice or a game, parents are expected to notify the coaching staff immediately and ensure their player is properly prepared with attire, equipment and ready to play.
- Parents should notify the coaching staff if school grades are below an acceptable level.
- Parents are required to fulfill financial commitments to the team and club. If a financial hardship presents itself, parents are expected to communicate this information to the coaching staff or team manager.
- Parents should be supportive and recognize the value and importance of SACYSL volunteers, coaching staff, team mangers, referees and officials.
- Do no scold or criticize your child after a challenging game. Encourage them and be supportive.
- Be a role model and example to your child by exemplifying good sportsmanship at all times.