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At the beginning of each season, all players will receive:
Players need to provide:
All players must be in full uniform when playing games. Players found not wearing regulation uniforms will not be permitted to play and referees are within their rights to enforce this rule. A practice dress code includes cleats, guards and appropriate clothing. For players practicing outside during the winter months, feel free to wear knit gloves, and well fitted touques if necessary.
Jewelry is not permitted during game play and studs need to be covered with tape if they are not to be removed. Jerseys should be tucked into the shorts during regular game play.
At seasons end, please ensure the jerseys and shorts have been laundered prior to returning to the coach. The uniform deposit cheque will be cashed by the club if the uniform is not returned at the end of the season.
If you are unable to attend a game, please ensure you advise your coach as soon as possible so he/she can adjust their lineup for the game. This also applies to practices as coaches frequently set up their activity schedule in advance and absentee players can affect the practice.
It is important that Ladner Girls Soccer Club recruit and train new referees. Anyone interested in becoming a Referee should contact the Head Referee or Referee scheduler, who will arrange courses for small-sided game Referees (minimum age 12 years) and 11-a-side game Referees (minimum age 14 years).
The Referee is in charge of the game. This includes before, during and after game play. Team officials are responsible for the condouct of their supporters, and will be held responsible for their conduct. Team officials are subject to ejection and penalty if their team's supports behave inappropriately. LGSA strongly encourages its players and officials not to dissent with Referees, whose judgement of facts of the game are final. Neither players, officials nor others should argue or dispute alls with the Referee during or after the game. In the even that a Team official is unhappy with the standard of refereeing in any game, comments should be addressed to the Head Referee, in writing. If the Team official is pleased with the standard of refereeing, they should also take the time to report this to the Head Referee or Referee Scheduler.
Please remember, referees are important! Without a referee, there is no game!