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Bylaws and Policies


PLAYERS The following standards are established by Wyoming Soccer Association (WSA) for soccer players before, during and after WSA sanctioned events, including, but not limited to: 

• Abide by WSA’s core values of fairness, integrity, fun, development, teamwork and sustainability.

• No foul or abusive language directed towards other players, referees, coaches or fans will be tolerated. 

• No unsportsmanlike conduct will be tolerated, on or off the field. 

• Do not criticize teammates, instead compliment and support one another. 

• Respect the rights and property of others.

• Take pride in your appearance as member of Wyoming Soccer Association and your local club. 

-Be clean and presentable for games. 

-Boxer shorts and sports bras are not to be visible from under the uniform.  Jerseys are to be tucked in at the beginning of each game. 

-Shin guards are required.

-Socks are to be worn pulled up and over the shin guards. 

Any incidents of violent conduct, serious foul play, cautions, send-offs, or other violations of the Code of Conduct will be subject to review by the WSA Disciplinary Committee to determine if additional penalties should be imposed, up to and including an organizational ban.  
PARENTS The following standards are set forth to govern parent and/or spectator conduct before, during and after WSA sanctioned events.

• Abide by WSA’s core values of fairness, integrity, fun, development, teamwork and sustainability.

• No foul or abusive language towards players, referees, fans, or coaches. 

• Do not criticize players, referees or coaches, either your own or others. 
• Allow the coach to coach and the referee to make the calls. 

• No parent/guardian is permitted on the training/playing fields or on the coach/player side of the field during WSA sanctioned events. 

• Take care and be respectful of equipment and fields. 

• Express gratitude to coaches, referees, managers and administrators.  Their job is hard and many are volunteers. 

• Conduct yourselves as representatives and ambassadors of Wyoming Soccer Association. 

• Parents should NOT place themselves in one-on-one situations with players other than their own before, during or after WSA sanctioned events.

• Inappropriate physical contact with any coach, player, official or other parent may result in a review by the WSA disciplinary committee.
WSA reserves the right to immediately suspend a parent and/or player without notice depending on the severity of the violation of WSA Rules and Procedures, tournament or event rules or the Code of Conduct.