The developmental initiative focuses on the change of registration from the “seasonal year” or “school year” to the calendar year, or birth year of the player. The primary reason is to move the United States to the FIFA standard.
The US Youth Soccer Board of Directors approved a motion for the implementation of the mandated registration change for all US Youth Soccer programs and competitions for the 2016-17 year. The US Youth Soccer programs and competitions that will introduce the birth-year registration in the 2016-17 soccer year.
Please be advised that there is to be
NO parking on the grass or along the main driveway
into the Maidencreek Park practice/game fields!!
We have been "warned" by the Township that if parents/coaches/players
continue to park, in any place other than the paved parking lots,
FYSC will lose the priviledge to use these fields!!
Addtional parking has been added on a gravel lot to the left as you enter from Park road!
With limited soccer field space in our district,
we can not afford to lose these fields.
Please follow these guidelines and park in the designated parking lots.
Please remind your coaches, parents, etc. that all school facilities (inside and out) are smoke free and tobacco free. We’ve been getting complaints about people smoking on school grounds during youth activities.
Your cooperation in policing this matter is greatly appreciated.
Fleetwood Athletic Director
In order to meet requirements of EPSA and for the concern of the players of FYSC the board must require that all coaches, including assistant coaches, complete this short, free, and informational course.
Details on the EPSA policy can be found at http://www.epysa.org/resources/concussions_information.aspx
The EPSA policy also requires information to be communicated to parents and players which we will implement with the start of the fall 2013 season.
The law does not apply to clubs but with the greater emphasis that is being placed on the seriousness of concussions EPSA has adopted a mandatory policy. We feel that it is an appropriate measure to insure the safety of the children.
Once a coach completes the training and quiz, a certificate can be printed out and turned in to the board. It is not intended for coaches to diagnose or provide medical treatment in a suspected concussion.
Here is the link to the course www.nfhslearn.com “Concussions in Sport – What You Need to Know.” You will need to create an account to login but it is free.
Download EPSA concussion report form here. http://tcteams.com/fleetwoodysc/uploads/1366035726.pdf
This is a handy reference for handling a suspected concussion. http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/pdf/clipboard_Eng.pdf
Here is a link to Senate Bill 200, which requires coaches to have concussion training.
Link to Senate Bill 200