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Code of Conduct


Scappoose Soccer Club Code of Conduct

Coaches:

What can coaches do to make the game of soccer more enjoyable for the players and easier for the referee to manage?

  1. Take a coaching clinic or work on earning your coaching licenses.  Visit the OYSA site for more information and schedules on clinics and coaching license courses.
  2. Be accepting of the referee’s decisions.  No foul or abusive language.  Remember these referees are in training.
  3. Remain calm.
  4. Do not make loud, offensive remarks.
  5. Concentrate on coaching, rather than on the accuracy of the referee’s decisions.
  6. Be a role model of fair play.
  7. Be positive; avoid confrontations with any official.
  8. During games, leave the decisions to the players.
  9. Attend coaching classes to learn the most effective way to conduct practices.
  10. Give good guidelines to parents.
  11. Give positive reinforcement – Avoid negative comments.
  12. Be firm with parents at games – You are responsible for their actions.
  13. Teach fair tactics and skills appropriate to the player.
  14. Discourage unfair gamesmanship.
  15. Communicate with parents often in meetings and social gatherings.
  16. Play the game and encourage parents to play and volunteer.
  17. Delegate responsibilities.
  18. This is a Rec. League.  No score or state are to be kept.
  19. Give parents a code of conduct and coaching philosophy at the first practice so they know what is to be expected.

Resolving Problems

Talk to the person privately.  If you are upset, we recommend you wait 24 hours and then determine if you want to pursue the issue.  If you feel you need further guidance on an issue, please contact ourCoach Coordinator.

Contact us

Scappoose Soccer Club

PO Box 567 
Scappoose, Oregon 97056
Email: [email protected]

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