The golden rules of discipline Team discipline is crucial to the overall success of any team endeavour. Not only do disciplined teams perform well on the field, but, if teams are able to maintain good discipline both on and off the field, the overall soccer experience is far more positive for all involved; parents, players, coaches and administrators.
Know the FIFA Laws of the Game and the rules of Stafford Soccer and/or League and abide by them; ii. Instruct players and parents in the rules and motivate each player to compete according to the rules at all times; iii. Treat officials with respect and dignity, and teach their players to do the same; iv. Maintain control of his/her emotions and avoid actions, language, and/or gestures that may be interpreted as hostile or humiliating;
Player Discipline Guide. Players and guests are expected to conduct themselves with courtesy and sportsmanship at all times while in and around the facility. Those who do not conform, who fail to abide by the rules of the game, or who pose safety risks to themselves or others are subject to disciplinary action, including fines and permanent suspension.
your opponent. The following are some specific rules relating to the conduct and safety of our game. 1. Do not abuse your protective equipment! It is for your protection! Fatalities or permanent paralysis could result from playing football even though you wear this equipment. 2. It is important for you to know these rules and to adhere strictly to them. 3.
Refusal to leave the playing field after an ejection: Two game suspension. Any coach, player or spectator observed using or under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol before or during a game: Red Card – Ejection from the game and one game suspension. Subject to expulsion from the league by SAY North Board review.
Violators may be ejected and are subject to disciplinary action by the Derry Soccer Club board of directors. PARENTS: (Back to Top) Refrain from coaching from the sidelines. Leave this to the coaches. Refrain from using profanity. Please Stay off the field, unless a coach or referee is asking for parent assistance.
Not only against the opposing team and officials, but with yourself and your teammates. · Do not use foul or inappropriate language at any time. · Shake hands with the other team and the official after the game. PARENTS AND SPECTATORS: · Always encourage your child to play by the rules. · Applaud good plays by either team
Team Rules: Participation in a game is at the discretion of the coaching staff. Players can be denied participating in games and/or practice for disciplinary reasons. Practice is necessary for team and individual success. Players are expected to attend every practice and game unless they are absent from school due to illness or injury.