2018 Soccer Registration

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Pricing Details

Total: $ 60.00

2018 Soccer Registration

If you would prefer to register and pay by check or register in person here are the registration dates:

Friday, April 27th 6:30PM-9:00PM
Saturday, April 28th 9:30AM-12:00PM
Location: Veteran’s Field House (20 Sampson St.)

PLAYER INFORMATION

Please note that the Traveling program only applies to 1st thru 8th graders. There will be an additional registration fee, if your child makes the Travel/Club Team. There are also additional fees for uniforms.


CONTACT INFORMATION

Disclaimer

I, undersigned Parent/Guardian give my child permission to play in the Saddle Brook Recreation Soccer Program. The Saddle Brook Recreation Department will assume responsibility only during practices scheduled by coaches and regular scheduled games as a secondary insurance carrier after first submitting any claims to your primary health insurance carrier.

PAYMENT INFORMATION

1 Child – $60 Add $25 Late Fee after April 28th
2 Children – $100 Add $25 Late Fee after April 28th
3+ Children – $130 Add $25 Late Fee after April 28th

All Registrations Received After August 1st, 2018 Will Not Be Accepted

REGISTRATION GUIDELINES
•A parent/guardian may request that their child not play for a particular coach.
•1st and 2nd grade players are placed on their teams by the executive board. Most requests are honored regarding coaches and team placement.
•3rd – 8th grade players are selected by coaches via a draft. Upon completion of the draft, all rosters are final and no trade requests will be honored.
•Once teams are selected, the team coach or coaches will contact their teams regarding practice and game schedules.
•Any complaints should be addressed to the executive board. All complaints must be made in writing.

THIS PROGRAM IS NOT SPONSORED BY THE SADDLE BROOK BOARD OF EDUCATION

Athletic Code of Conduct

Parents, and Athletes:

Preamble:
Interscholastic and youth sports programs play an important role in promoting the physical, social, and emotional development of children. It is therefore essential for parents, coaches, and officials to encourage youth athletes to embrace the values of good sportsmanship. Moreover, adults involved in youth sports events should be models of good sportsmanship and should lead by example by demonstrating fairness, respect, and self-control. I therefore pledge to be responsible for my words and actions while attending, coaching, officiating, or participating in a youth sports event and shall conform my behavior to the following code of conduct.

1. I will not engage in unsportsmanlike conduct with and coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
2. I will not encourage my child, or any other person to engage in unsportsmanlike conduct with any coach.
3. I will not engage in any behavior which would endanger the health, safety or well-being of any coach, parent, player, participant, official, or any other attendee.
4. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to engage in any behavior which would endanger the health, safety, or well-being of any coach, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
5. I will not use drugs or alcohol while at a youth sports event and will not attend, coach, officiate, or participate in a youth sports event while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
6. I will not permit my child, or encourage any other person, to use drugs or alcohol at a youth sports event and will not permit my child, or encourage any other person, to attend, coach, officiate, or participate in a youth sports event while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
7. I will not engage in the use of profanity.
8. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to engage in the use of profanity.
9. I will treat any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee with respect regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or ability.
10. I will encourage my child to treat any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee with respect regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or ability.
11. I will not engage in verbal or physical threats or abuse aimed at and coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
12. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to engage in verbal or physical threats or abuse aimed at any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
13. I will not initiate a fight or scuffle with any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
14. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to initiate a fight or scuffle with any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
15. Principles of integrity, professionalism, privacy and impartiality should be observed by everyone when posting online. Content pertaining to sensitive information should not be shared to the outside online community. Commissioners, Coaches, Parents and Athletes are allowed to associate themselves with the Recreation Department when posting but they must clearly brand their online posts as personal and purely their own. Saddle Brook Recreation should not be held liable for any repercussions the posters’ content may generate.

I hereby agree that if I fail to conform my conduct to the foregoing while attending, coaching, officiating, or participating in a youth sports event I will be subject to to disciplinary action, including but not limited to the following:

Any altercations on the playing field at the time of a game shall result in a written warning. This includes, but not limited to, player to coach, coach to player, parent to coach, coach to parent.

1. 1st Offense: Written warning. Only one will be issued.
2. 2nd Offense: Suspension- Minimum of 1 game but up to 3 games to be determined by the Recreation Director and the league Commissioner.
3. 3rd Offense: 1 Year suspension from coaching and/ or attending games in ALL Recreation Sports. Will be determined by Recreation Director and the league Commissioner.
4. 4th Offense: Lifetime ban from Recreation sports and any Recreation function.

If there is physical contact or threats made on 1st offense or anything resulting in police involvement consequences will go directly to 2nd offense or possibly 3rd depending on the severity of the incident.

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