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Soccer Players

Code of Conduct

Every Middle Valley Youth Association athlete's parent or guardian MUST read and accept the Code of Conduct Contract prior to the start of the season. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to also share the following code of conduct expectations with any friends and family members who may also attend MVYA games and events, as all are expected to adhere to the policy. Thank you for helping to maintain a positive environment for all to enjoy

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Statement of Good Faith

I/we Acknowledge that I/we have read the following Middle Valley Youth Assoc. Parent’s Code of Conduct Contract, will share it with other friends and family members who may also be spectators, and will adhere to it.


I understand that violating the Code of Conduct may result in disciplinary action by the Middle Valley Youth Assoc. Board of Directors. This may include but is not limited to restrictions placed on my access to the practice field, expulsion from games, and suspension or termination of my child’s participation in the Middle Valley Youth Assoc. Youth Sports Programs without the refund of any fees.


The Middle Valley Youth Association is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization whose mission is to help the youth of our community develop the knowledge of and skills for youth football and cheerleading. We strive to teach and model the values of sportsmanship, teamwork and fair play to each participant and offer a positive, life-building experience in a safe and healthy environment.


In addition, WE WILL HAVE FUN! I hereby pledge to provide positive support, care and encouragement for my child participating in ANY Middle Valley Youth Association program by supporting and following this code of conduct: I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all participants, (Athletes), Coaches, Board Members, League Officials, Game officials, etc., at every practice, game and at any other MVYA activity or event.


I will place the emotional and physical wellbeing of my child ahead of any personal desire to win and I will applaud good effort in victory and defeat and emphasize the positive points of the game. I will support not only Middle Valley Youth Assoc. rules/ bylaws but the coaches team rules as well. I will emphasize the benefit of skill development and practices and how this will benefit my child’s game/performance. I will make every effort to have my child at every practice and game on time and have them fully prepared with the required uniform and equipment.


I will make every effort to be on time to pick up my child at the end of practice. I will remember that the game is for the participants and not for the adults. This includes remaining in the designated seating area and NOT at the fence or sideline of the field. I will ask my child to treat other participants, coaches, board members, officials, and fans with respect. I will lead by example and do the same. I understand that the Middle Valley Youth Assoc. is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization, and I will support the Middle Valley Youth Assoc. organization by cheerfully volunteering as my schedule allows. I will be courteous to the participants, coaches and fans of the opposing teams. I will respect the various facilities properties that we use for practices and games and will follow the rules that they and the County set forth for field usage.

This includes the state law that prohibits smoking on any public school property.


I will never embarrass my child or the Middle Valley Youth Assoc. organization by verbally abusing/insulting participants, coaches, board members, other parents or officials. Also, I understand that the stands are NOT the place to shout personal instruction. If something occurs with which I disagree, I will calmly seek an appropriate solution, at the appropriate time.


I understand that instigating or participating in a confrontation in front of any child is NEVER appropriate and will not be tolerated. I should first reach out to my child’s Coach and then if needed the Sports President. If the situation is still not resolved, I will reach out to the MVYA Chairman of the Board. I will never lose sight of the fact that I am a role model. I understand that children imitate their role models and by acting appropriately I will be modeling what I expect of my child as well as influencing others in the program.


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