PLAYER/ TEAM POLICIES - YOUTH LEAGUE


District/Premier teams

  1. Fair-Play: All players on the roster should receive relatively equal playing time, measured over a number of games and not by any one game.
  2. All Players are expected to notify the team coaches in advance of missing any practices or games. Players that fail to notify team coaches of absences may receive reduced playing time at the discretion of the coach.
  3. All Players are expected to wear Club colours, black shorts and black socks, during games.

First Division teams

  1. Fair-Play: All players on the roster should see equal playing time each game.
  2. All Players are expected to notify the team coaches in advance of missing any practices or games. Players that fail to notify team coaches of absences may receive reduced playing time at the discretion of the coach.
  3. All Players are expected to wear Club colours, black shorts and black socks, during games.

Roster Numbers

  1. The minimum and maximum number of players allowed on team rosters is governed by PEISA rules and regulations.
  2. The determination of the final number of players on team rosters is under the authority of the Club Executive subject to the PEISA rules and regulations. 

Equipment

  1. Players will abide by the Canadian Soccer Association policies in regards to equipment. 
  2. No jewelry is to be worn by any player. This includes bracelets of any description (except medical alert bracelets), earrings, necklaces, and any metal hair pins. Senior players are allowed to wear wedding rings only if they absolutely cannot be removed and these must be heavily taped.
  3. Casts: players are not permitted to play if they have a hard cast, no matter how well wrapped it might be. Soft casts must be checked by the referee before the game to ensure they are safe and there are no hard edges. Metal and plastic knee-braces must be covered.
  4. Team jerseys belong to the Club, but are the player’s responsibility during the season. Jersey’s are to be returned to the Club at the last game of season.

 

Tryouts for District Teams

    1. District teams will have a minimum of 3 tryout session.
    2. All District teams should play an exhibition game or inter-squad game prior to the initial round of cuts.
    3. Tryout schedules are to be posted on the website and e-mails indicating the tryout schedule are to be sent to each eligible player based on information in the Club’s registration database.
    4. Players must attend at least 2 of the 3 team tryouts to be eligible for selection to the District team. If a player cannot attend 2 of the 3 team tryouts, they are to notify the coach in advance with the reason for the absence. The reason must be acceptable, sickness, injury, or out of province, in order for the player to be considered for selection. 
    5. All players that tryout and are selected for a District team must play for the District team unless the coach was notified in advance by the player that he/she was not going to play District. 
    6.  Where there are only sufficient numbers for only one team at a division and it is decided to be a District team, tryouts may be held. 

 

 

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