SESC has adapted the PYSA standards for player’s rights, parent’s roles and coaches’ pledge, as well as the codes of conduct for all. These standards are to be followed for all SESC events and activities.
Player’s Code of Conduct
- SESC considers good conduct by players, parents and coaches to be an extremely important part of the soccer program. This code includes:
- Give proper focus and effort during practices and games
- Treat opponents, teammates and coaches with respect.
- Play hard but within the rules of the game of soccer.
- Keep control of your emotions.
- Respect the referee and accept their decisions without gesture or argument
- Win without boasting, lose without excuses.
- Remember it is a privilege to represent your soccer club and community.
- The right to decide when to participate in soccer.
- The right for Mighty Mites, Recreation and Development players to play at least 50% of each game (this may be conditional on a player being disciplined, sickness or injury).
- The right to participate at a level that corresponds to each child’s maturity and ability.
- The right to be taught the fundamentals of soccer.
- The right to participate in a safe and healthy environment.
- The right to play as a child and enjoy participation in the sport.
- The right to play in a safe non-abusive environment.