Parents Meeting 2012. Woodstock United Soccer Association . Agenda. Welcome Who Is Woodstock United (video) Board Member Introductions Volunteer & Sponsor Involvement Programs- Recreational & Travel Mission Statement and Philosophies How the program works Player and Parent Expectations
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We truly value yours and your Childs participation in the Woodstock United Soccer Association
and look forward to working with you both for years to come.
Many positions Still available!!!!
Preferably one of each sex
Present for 75% or more games/practices
Lineups / Subbing
Works with the HC on and off the field
If you have one they are to help with contacting and keeping players updated
• Handle the Ball
No Jewelry including earrings, hair beads, necklaces, rings, watches, consider mouth guards
Wear proper size shin guards, cleats, socks, and uniform ,using proper size ball.
…Yelling “Shoot, Jenny, shoot” to a player who is
approaching the goal with the ball does a
number of destructive things. First, it tells every
player on the opposing team that Jenny is about
to shoot, therefore lessening considerably her
chances of success. Secondly, it makes Jenny feel
she has no choice but to shoot, and that if she
doesn’t shoot, she is somehow letting the team
down. Worst of all, it let’s Jenny off the hook.
Now she doesn’t have to actually think and make
a decision herself about what to do. All she has to
do is obey the instruction.
For kids of this age, obeying instructions
from an adult comes far more naturally to
them than making decisions of their own.
But soccer is a sport where the
players have to make the decisions
themselves, literally thousands of small
split-second decisions every game. The
younger they start, the better.
So please don’t yell specific instructions to
players during games…
Referees have the game cards to keep track
U5: 2- 10 minute halves
U6: 2- 15 minute halves
U8: 2- 20 minute halves
U10: 2- 25 minute halves
U12: 2- 30 minute halves
U14: 2- 35 minute halves
U19: 2- 45 minute halves
At the discretion of the coaches the referee shall permit substitution. This normally occurs as a substitution during play, the player coming out will be asked to slap the hand of the player going into the game at the touchline. It is the coach’s responsibility to ensure the correct amount of players is on the field. On occasion the referee may need to stop play for substitution while the ball is in play, in which case the game is resumed with a dropped ball.
Then player will play at least half the time they were there
No parents allowed on team sideline. This helps the coaches maintain player focus.
• Just learning this season!
• 2nd Infraction – Red Card (coach/spectator/player ejection)
• Blow the whistle loudly!!
• Make calls loudly so all can hear
• Call early fouls on overly aggressive players
• Do restarts quickly/immediately
Rec & Crossfire Travel Soccer Club
Rec & Vipers Travel
Rec & Force Travel
Rec & Heat United Travel
Rec & Cary Defender Travel