Player Code of Conduct

Player Code of Conduct Agreement (U11-U14) | Download

Acceptance of membership by the Capital Area Soccer League is a privilege that carries certain responsibilities.  As a CASL player you are representing our club at all times.  The following agreement is made between each player and CASL.

· CASL players are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which respectfully represents CASL and does not bring discredit upon the organization.

· CASL players shall refrain from using profanity during games and practices.

· Players will show respect toward referees, opposing players, coaches and fans at all times.

· CASL players should arrive on time and be prepared for all training sessions and games.

· CASL players are expected to attend all training sessions, games and team related functions.

· CASL players are expected to wear CASL approved attire at all CASL related activities.

· CASL players are expected to be respectful of the facilities CASL uses, both at home and away.

· When traveling with a CASL team, players are expected to follow all team rules established by the coach (this includes but is not limited to curfews, behavior in a hotel, behavior at a restaurant etc).

· CASL players are expected to maintain the highest standard of conduct and good sportsmanship.

· CASL players are encouraged to use good judgment when using any social media outlet. Negative and derogatory comments will not be tolerated.

· CASL players are expected to demonstrate sportsmanship on and off the field.

· CASL players are expected to honor all commitments to the team and club.

Failure to comply with the CASL Player of Code of Conduct Agreement may result in the player’s suspension or expulsion from the club, as deemed appropriate by the Director of Soccer.

Player Code of Conduct Agreement (U15-U18) | Download

Acceptance of membership by the Capital Area Soccer League is a privilege that carries certain responsibilities.  As a CASL player you are representing our club at all times.  The following agreement is made between each player and CASL.

· CASL Players are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which respectfully with represents CASL and does not bring discredit upon the organization.

· CASL players shall refrain from using profanity during games and practices.

· Players will show respect toward referees, opposing players, coaches and fans at all times.

· CASL players will not harass, abuse, or berate a match official for any reason.

· CASL players should arrive on time and be prepared for all training sessions and games.

· CASL players shall not participate in physical violence.

· CASL players are expected to attend all training sessions, games and team related functions.

·CASL players are expected to wear CASL approved attire at all CASL related activities.

· CASL players are expected to be respectful of the facilities CASL uses, both at home and away.

· Use or possession of any illegal substance including alcohol, drugs or participation in illegal activity of any kind will not be tolerated.

Note: It is your responsibility to prevent illicit situations from occurring and to avoid such situations that occur.

· When traveling with a CASL team, players are expected to follow all team rules established by the coach (this includes but is not limited to curfews, behavior in a hotel, behavior at a restaurant etc).

· CASL players are expected to maintain the highest standard of conduct and good sportsmanship.

· CASL players are encouraged to use good judgment when using any social media outlet. Negative and derogatory comments will not be tolerated.

· CASL players are expected to demonstrate sportsmanship on and off the field.

· CASL players are expected to honor all commitments to the team and club.

Failure to comply with the CASL Player Code of Conduct Agreement may result in the player’s suspension or expulsion from the club, as deemed appropriate by the Director of Soccer.


 

NCYSA Behavior Policy


 

Important Training Dates | CASL Event Calendar

Aug. 4:                  Official start date for CASL classic team training

Aug. 7 & 14:      U8-U10 CAYA Teams start training (1x each week)

Aug. 18:                CAYA begin regular 2x per week schedule

Nov. 3-21:              U15-U18 boys train 2x per week  

Nov. 24-28:           Thanksgiving break

Dec. 1-19:              All teams train 2x per week; U15-U18 boys train 3x per week 

Dec. 20-Jan. 11:    No classic training (if last day of training is Dec. 19)

Jan. 12:                 Classic training resumes

                                  U11-U14 B/G      3x per week

                                  U15-U18 B          3x per week

                                  U15-U18 G          2x per week

 


 

Team Contact Chain of Command

U9/U10 Boys North: Jason “Buddha” Keyes

U9/U10 Boys South: Chris McClellan

U9/U10 Girls North: Andy Tait

U9/U10 Girls South: John Dell’Omo

U11 Boys: Mark Jonas

U11 Girls: Andy Tait

U12-U14 Boys: Tim Evans

U12-U14 Girls: Courtney Crandell

U15-U18 Boys: TBD

U15-U18 Girls: Jim Wright

Classic Director: Paul Forster

Director of Soccer-Interim: Sean Nahas

Executive Director: Gary Buete


CASL Athletic Trainer/Injured Athlete Protocol

 

Injuries are a part of soccer and will happen to each and every athlete at some point.

CASL have an Athletic Trainer on staff to evaluate, recommend, and return to play athletes back to soccer after an injury happens.

When your child sustains an injury, CASL’s policy is the athlete must be evaluated by Jason Bailey MS,ATC,CSCS,PES,CES, CASLs Head Athletic Trainer

Jason is located in the OSNC building at WRAL soccer park

•He can evaluate the injury for how severe it is and recommend being referred to an Orthopedic Physician and/or performing rehab techniques at the fields with the goal of getting the athlete back to the soccer field safely and quickly with minimal or without pain.

For athletes returning from an injury, they MUST:

•Check in with Jason to start the return to play protocol (based on the injury and severity) and fitness protocol before being cleared to full practice/game situations.

ALL Concussions will need to be reported to Jason as soon as possible

The athletes are not allowed to play/practice without proper medical clearance forms and going through each step of the Concussion return to play protocol.

These steps can be done at the WRAL soccer park as well. Contact Jason with any questions. 

 


Training & Game Schedule

 

• Players are expected to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to start of training

-We are aware that based on school release times and bus drops that it may be tough for some

•Should any player need to miss training please be sure to notify team officials (Team Manager/Team Coach)

•Please notify Coaches of any vacations that may lead to absence from training and or games over an extended period of time

Players need to arrive 45 minutes prior to kickoff for each of their games (Home or Away)

• All teams wear grey CASL jersey for pre-game

CASL for the 2014-2015 season will provide a GK staff to work with all age groups. Contact Goalkeeper Director Matt Brown with any goalkeeper questions.

 


Training Attire

 

Starting this year ALL CASL CLASSIC teams and players will be wearing the same training attire during their sessions. Each team will follow the color schemes below which will help in creating a great environment at WRAL.

 

ALL PLAYERS MUST BE WEARING the 2014-2015 version of the orange t-sShirts


CASL TRAINING COLORS:

Mondays: white socks, black shorts, orange t-shirts

Tuesdays: black socks, black shorts, orange t-shirt

Wednesdays: white socks, black shorts, orange t-shirts

Thursdays: black socks, black shorts, orange training t-shirts

Fridays: white socks, black shorts, orange t-shirts



 

Classic Staff Directory

Gary Buete- Executive Director

Sean Nahas- Director of Soccer (interim)

Paul Forster- Director of Classic

Damon Nahas- Technical Director

John Bradford- USSF Academy Director

Jean Hogshead- Head Registrar

If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact the appropriate person listed above.