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Guidelines for Parents, Players, Coaches & Team

CLUB GUIDELINES

The core values are what build the name of an organization, so we should work hard to uphold and build on the Cyclone Soccer Core Values. These values truly represent how the club is managed and operated and represent the expectations of conduct the club has for the Board of Directors, Educators (Coaches), Managers, Players, and Teams. These values are what distinguish us from other soccer clubs and organizations; the Club Guidelines reinforce our values, which keep our mission in tact.

The following club guidelines detail the strict policy Cyclone Soccer has with respect to club conduct at practices, games, and tournaments for our Soccer School, Academy & High Performance families and players.

PRACTICES

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Punctuality

•   Players must arrive at the field at least five (5) minutes prior to practice time. The Educator should be notified in advance of practice time if a player is expecting to arrive late, or if a player has to leave practice early. If a player is unable to attend a practice the Educator should be notified in advance of the scheduled practice time.

Preparation

•   Players must practice in the Cyclone Soccer practice uniform

•   Players must wear the proper equipment (shin-guards) and have any additional equipment (ankle braces, knee braces) with them at each practice.

Communication

•   Parents are not permitted on the field to talk to the Educator or the players, unless the Educator has granted permission. In case of emergency, parents must summon the Educator to the sideline.

•   If parents and/or players would like to meet with the Educator, an appointment must be made for a meeting before or after practice, or for a time outside of scheduled team events when the Educator is available.

GAMES & LOCAL TOURNAMENTS

Punctuality

•   Players must be ready 20 minutes prior to the game’s scheduled start time. If a player will be late for the game or has to leave the game early, the Educator must be notified in advance.

Preparation

•   Players must arrive dressed properly and in uniform. Players should also have all necessary equipment (extra game uniforms, warm-up, soccer balls, water etc.).

•   Players must only warm-up with their teammates and Educators unless otherwise directed by the Team Head Educator.

Respect

•   Every Educator, player and parent must behave according to the US Club code of conduct, league and tournament rules. The referees and linesmen should always be dealt with in a sportsmanlike and courteous manner. During the games, parents, players, and Educators should refrain from making any comments or speaking negatively to the game officials.

•   Players should treat their teammates and opponents with respect and should conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike and courteous manner.

•   Any involvement of parents with players during the game has to be designated and approved by the Educator (water breaks, injuries etc.). The Educator should only instruct players during the game. The parents’ role should be limited to encouragement only – no instruction or coaching is permitted.

•   Parents are not permitted to approach the Educator after the game for discussions about playing time, playing position, complaints etc.  Meetings should be scheduled for another time outside of scheduled team events when the Educator is available

OUT OF STATE TOURNAMENTS

Preparation

•   A Tournament itinerary should be prepared by the Head Educator and given to all the players by the manager before departure to any out of state tournament.

•   Players must follow the itinerary precisely. Players are required to meet at a designated area on time, uniformly dressed as specified by the Educator or manager to do team related activities.

Community

•   To promote a cohesive team environment we strongly encourage players to travel together as a team. If five or more players are flying to the tournament together, they must wear the Cyclone Soccer gear (all players’ that are traveling together should be dressed the same).

•   For all Cyclone Soccer Teams the Educator will determine the rooming arrangements.

•   Teams must travel together from the hotel to the fields and back to the hotel after practices or scheduled games.

Preparation

•   Players must be dressed properly and uniformly when departing to the games, and the must have packed all necessary equipment (shin guards, extra game uniforms, warm-up, soccer balls, water etc.).

Responsibility

•   The Educator must know the whereabouts of all players at all times. Players must never leave the hotel without permission of the Educator, even if leaving with their parents.

•   Every person associated with Cyclone Soccer must follow the rules of the hotel in which they are staying. Players are not allowed to run around in the hotel, or play soccer in the hotel hallways. Using the swimming pool, hot tub, exercise equipment, or other hotel facilities must only be done after obtaining permission from the Educator.

•   If the tournament has both male and female teams, interaction during free time will be allowed in public areas, but absolutely no player will enter the rooms of players of the opposite sex.

•   If a meeting is necessary between the Educator and an individual player, it must be done in a common area of the hotel or if a more private area is required, then it needs to be done in the presence of a team manager, the parent of the player, or another adult.

At Cyclone Soccer we want to keep a distinguished reputation, establish a tradition of excellence and national accomplishments. The club guidelines outlined above are set forth to ensure of this, while providing a professional, safe, and enjoyable club environment. The guidelines reinforce and promote respect, preparation, communication, and responsibility for Educators, parents, players, and teams. Any infringement of this policy will be dealt with in a suitable manner based on the violation. 

It is your right as a member of Cyclone Soccer to have the opportunity to discuss any concerns or ideas you may have with the directors of the club or the board members.

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