The deadline for scholarship applications has been extended to April 30. Download application instructions and application (pdf).
Waiver requests are due to the registrar prior to the March 25 registration meeting.
Waivers are in effect for one year, August 1, to July 31 each year. If a player played for your club in the fall, they do not need a new waiver for the spring season.
Club requesting waiver downloads waiver form from BCYSL website. (Waiver form is an editable pdf.)***
Note that the new form will accommodate multiple requests from one club to another (up to 10 players per form). You will need a separate form for each town to which you are making the request, but not a separate form for each player.
Download the waiver form and save a copy for each town to which you will be making a request. Use the following convention for naming your copies.
Fill out each copy of the form as appropriate and save the completed form (using naming convention above).
Email the forms to the club coordinators of the clubs to which you are making the requests.
Waiving clubs complete form (die "signs" and dates) and saves form without renaming it.
Waiving clubs returns forms to club making request.
Club making request, collects all forms they have initiated and sends as attachment, via email to the registrar.
notes: 1) Waivers are only accepted from club officials, not individual coaches or families. 3) Typed entries will be accepted as "signatures" providing the forms are submitted via the email address of record for the club official.
Alternately, clubs may print forms and run them around the county for signatures, but remember they must be received by the registrar prior to March 25.
*** Note: PDF may not display properly with some browser plugins (ie Firefox builtin viewer). Works best with Acrobat Reader. If you are unable to edit and save in your browser, save file, use windows explorer, find file and open with Acrobat.
There appears to be some confusion regarding the newly stated safety protocol.
Goal Kicks (U10 only) – On any goal kick, regardless of score, all players on defending team must retreat to their own end of the field. Normal play resumes when kicking team touches the ball outside of the penalty box or the ball passes the midfield line.
If score differential reaches 5:
If score differential reaches 7:
Player(s) or Goalie return to field after goal is scored by other team.
More about keeping the score under control [PDF] < required reading for all coaches!
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We encourage coaches to use the Assessment Form after all games. We would like to hear both the good as well as the "could be better." Thanks.