Teaching appropriate sportsmanship behavior in a competitive environment is one of the most important things a coach can do.
Parent behaviors in the youth sport setting have a lasting impact on children.
To improve player, referee, coach, and parent experiences at youth soccer games throughout Wisconsin, Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) has engaged the Soccer Parenting Association and The Sideline Project in a multi-year partnership agreement.
Parents play an invaluable role in club and community sports. Occasionally, however, some become over emotional, verbally abusive and sometimes even physically aggressive. It’s important that the inappropriate actions of a few parents don’t ruin the sporting experience for everyone else.
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Following the establishment of Public Law 115-126 Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017 (the “SafeSport Act”), as well as U.S. Soccer Federation Policy 212-3, WYSA has implemented the Athlete and Participant Safety Program.
Effective for the 2021/22 seasonal year, there are new “Adult Athlete” Safe Soccer national requirements that all members of U.S. Soccer must implement by January 1, 2022. Immediate action is required by all WYSA clubs to comply with the national Safe Soccer requirement. (Please refer to the Adult Athlete and Club Administrator instructions below).
Regent Soccer Club's Robin Carre Scholarship Fund exists to help eliminate financial barriers for those who want to play on a team.
Regent Soccer Club's Robin Carre Scholarship Fund exists to help eliminate financial barriers for those who want to play on a team. Please complete this Google Form Application to apply for a Scholarship with Regent Soccer Club.
|Regent Soccer Club|
|PO Box 5413|
|Madison, WI 53705|