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OF TORONTO

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Soccer - Youth
 

Parents' Role

  1. Parents are allowed to watch practices as well games and lend the players full support in positive manner.

  2. Do not point out mistakes, leave that up to the coach, but dwell on their accomplishments as well their efforts.

  3. Avoid material rewards. Build an attitude of hard work and perseverance.

  4. Be a good listener. Make them feel important and let them know that they are contributing to a team effort.

  5. Be positive. Never criticize or negative towards any player of the team.

  6. Be interested but not overbearing about your child participation.

  7. Don't put pressure on your child; help to keep your child’s focus on team participation.

  8. Avoid overreacting to wins or losses.

  9. Avoid overreacting to 'you are going to start, or my child is not playing'.

  10. Provide positive attitude towards the referee.

Parental Guidelines

  • Disagreements with coach or any member of coaching staff or officials do not belong on the public soccer field. Questions, input, and positive suggestions should be voiced to the manager.

  • Avoid coaching your child from sidelines at games or at practices. Stick to words of encouragement'.

  • Please don't send your child to practice with a message for coach saying: 'my dad says that I should do it this way'.

  • Let your child be a young man, and be responsible for his own actions in regards to the team code of conduct, leave that up to the coach.

  • Accept the coaching decision in regards to playing time or disciplinary action towards your child.

  • Remember the coach's role is to provide coaching in soccer.

  • Work, desire, attitude, discipline and team player is the key for any success in soccer.

  • Remember just because you pay the registration fees, it does not mean the player have playing time. Teach them values of Hard Work.

  • Failure to meet these guidelines will result in disciplinary action.

  • Let the players play.

Parents' Code of Conduct

  • The AAC of Toronto will not tolerate any behaviour that is considered detrimental to one or more children playing soccer for club.  It is important to remember that the program is Recreational and primarily for fun and enjoyment.

  • Please be tolerant towards the Referee’s decisions. Parents have no right to ask referees any questions or explanation of any decisions.

  • Avoid coaching your child from the sidelines at games or at practices “Stick to words of encouragement. “

  • Disagreements with a coach, any member of the coaching staff or officials do not belong on a soccer field.

  • Remember our players are kids; treat them accordingly and with respect.

  • Be a good listener. Make them feel important and let them know that they are contributing to a team effort.

  • Be positive. Never criticize or be negative towards any player of the team.

  • Do not point out mistakes, leave that up to the coach; praise their accomplishments as well as their efforts.

  • If you want to coach, volunteer and coach - If not, leave it to those who did.  If you have questions, please address them to your child's coach at a suitable time.

 
 
 
 

Last Updated :July 21, 2016

 
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