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STYSA goal post inspection form PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thomas Morrow   
Sunday, 07 July 2013 20:00

Reminder all Clubs are to submit the Goal Post Inspection Form for each field every year

The form is found at the STYSA website here

http://www.stxsoccer.org/docs/STYSA%20Goal%20Inspection%20Form%20-%20New.pdf

 

icon STYSA Goal Post Inspection Report (Link 2013-07-07 21:04:09)

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 07 July 2013 20:06
 
ZERO TOLERANCE OF SIDELINE MISCONDUCT AND REFEREE ABUSE PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lester Pasarell   
Sunday, 27 January 2013 21:07

ZERO TOLERANCE OF SIDELINE MISCONDUCT AND REFEREE ABUSE

BAYSA has adopted a zero tolerance of sideline misconduct and referee abuse for spectators.  Referees will stop the game, bring both coaches together, and give them a warning for spectator misconduct and abuse. 

The second time this occurs, referee will end the game. 

Coaches need to take responsibility and be accountable for management and control of sideline behavior.  Referees will need to document concerns and issues so the association’s D&P can address problem areas. 

Referee assault (verbal or physical) could result in a ban from soccer.

 

Referee Abuse Leads to Three Year Suspensions.

In early December 2012, a hearing was held by the South Texas Youth Soccer Association D&P committee regarding alleged abuse of a referee.  Three coaches and four players were charged with referee assault.  
The alleged assault had occurred during a BAYSA regular season game.  The decision:  One player found not guilty, three coaches and three players found guilty.  Penalties:  Two coaches each received three year suspensions.  
One coach received a one year suspension.  One player received a three year suspension and the other two players received three games suspensions (they got very lucky).  
REMEMBER - THIS IS ONLY A GAME THAT IS SUPPOSED TO BE FUN. If you forget this, you might not play soccer again for a very long time.
REFEREE ABUSE WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!!!

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 March 2013 20:37
 
Coaches' Code of Conduct PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lester Pasarell   
Monday, 05 November 2012 23:03

Coaches' Code of Conduct

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 September 2013 11:00
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Soccer parents code of conduct PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lester Pasarell   
Monday, 05 November 2012 22:55

Soccer parents code of conduct


  • I hereby pledge to provide positive support, care, and encouragement for my child participating in youth sports by following this Parents' Code of Conduct Pledge.
  • I will not yell at or argue with referees
  • I will not force my child to participate in soccer.
  • I will not behave negatively at games and I will treat referees, opposing parents, and opposing players with respect.
  • I will learn the rules of the sport and the policies of our Club
  • I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, and officials at every game, practice, or other youth sports event.
  • I will never use profanity.
  • I will place the emotional and physical well-being of my child ahead of a personal desire to win.
  • I will insist that my child play in a safe and healthy environment.
  • I will support coaches and officials working with my child, in order to encourage a positive and enjoyable experience for all.
  • I will demand a sports environment for my child that is free of drugs, tobacco, and alcohol, and will refrain from their use at all youth sports events.
  • I will remember that the game is for youth-not for adults.
  • I will do my very best to make youth sports fun for my child.
  • I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, fans, and officials, with respect regardless of race, sex, creed, or ability.
  • I promise to help my child enjoy the youth sports experience by doing whatever I can, such as being a respectable fan, assisting  with coaching, or providing transportation.
  • I will require that my child's coach be trained in the responsibilities of being a youth sports coach and that the coach upholds the Coaches' Code of Ethics.
 
What is the "E" License? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lester Pasarell   
Sunday, 08 July 2012 11:03

The National “E” is an 18-hour course, which covers the elementary principles of coaching and will prepare interested coaches for the 36-hour “D” license course.

 

 

What is the “E” License?

·         Develop the core coaching competencies necessary to effectively teach the 9-12 year old athlete and team

·         Understand the characteristics and needs of an athlete in the Basic Stage of our Long Term Athlete Development Model

·         Establish a foundation of knowledge and experience in order to proceed through the sequence of coaching development courses

What are the specific target outcomes of the course?

·         Understand and effectively apply the principles of Long Term Athlete Development

·         Demonstrate competency in planning an age-appropriate training session

·         Demonstrate the essential competencies to execute a team training session that is focused on a technical function of the game

·         Understand concepts and recognize the principles of attacking and defending in a small-sided game environment (3v3 to 9 v 9 adaptable to local competition structure)

“E” License Candidate Guidebook

·         Download (http://www.ussoccer.com/Coaches/Licenses/National-E.aspx)- “E” License Candidate Guidebook.  NO manual will be provided. You will need to print the E Guidebook or bring your laptop to be able to view the downloaded manual.

Pre-Course Candidate Assignments
Candidates are required to complete three (3) pre-course assignments.

Candidates must complete a Laws of the Game exam

·         Laws of the Game (http://www.ussoccer.com/Coaches/Licenses/National-E/Laws-of-the-Game.aspx)

and a Concussion Awareness course.

·         Risk Management AssignmentConcussion Awareness(http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/Training/HeadsUpConcussion.html)

In addition, candidates must choose to complete one of three team management assignments. Each assignment will be submitted during the first lecture.

·         Team Management (http://www.ussoccer.com/Coaches/Licenses/National-E.aspx)

 
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