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Parents

As parents, we want our children to excel at any sport or activity they choose.  However, we should always remember that our job, as parents, to support our players, coaches and referees in a positive, encouraging manner.  Below are some links to help everyone understand the game.

  • WCSA Code of Conduct outlines how everyone associated with our soccer program, from parents, coaches, referee's, players, friends and relatives, are expected to behave while attending any soccer function to ensure that everyone has a fun soccer experience.

 

  • Social Media Policyall parents, coaches and members of the WCSA must adhere to the WCSA Social Media Policy

 

  • The SAY Soccer Rulebook is a great place to start learning about the game and it's a great place to go when you don't understand why a call was made, for example, the offsides call.  
  • Let the Referee Ref  gives a great explanation on the importance of not arguing calls with the referees.
  • Our Concussion Information  page is a great information resource for how concussions/suspected concussions are handled.  There is a special link for parents at the bottom of the page, but feel free to look at all of  the resources.

  • FAQ's:  SAY National's "Never ask a Ref, Ask Us" program is a great opportunity for anyone with questions about the game of soccer to get the right answers.  SAY knows answers concerning policies, rules, laws and guidelines aren’t always available to you on the field at the time of play.  That’s why they’ve developed this section  where SAY Members can submit their questions to Charlie Keaney, SAY’s Director of Officials and Referee Training Coordinator. Then, questions and answers that we feel are helpful to the general membership will be posted here for easy viewing.
     

  • Need to understand a particular call?  Check out our condensed Laws of Soccer page!

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