North Coquitlam United Soccer Club

General Policies

NCUSC HAS ZERO TOLERANCE FOR ABUSE OF GAME OFFICIALS

Any coach, player, parent, or other spectator FROM NCUSC who abuses a game official, in any way, will be dealt with severely under this ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY.

This includes physical abuse, or threat of physical abuse, verbal abuse, foul or abusive language, attempting to influence calls in any way, or attempting to influence how a referee calls a game.

It is NCUSC's right to remove anyone from the Club, who abuses a Game Official. The Club, District, or B.C. Soccer, all have the right to make teams/Clubs post monetary performance bonds. Should this happen, it will be the Team's responsibility to pay such bonds or any fines incurred.

Please remember, we have many young referees who are trying their best, and who are learning to referee by officiating non-competitive games. We expect a positive environment for them to work in.

Any positive feedback or criticism of a non-competitive referees performance should be directed to the Referee Scheduler/Coordinator.

All competitive referees are carded, registered, and take a yearly refresher course. Please make sure you are as refreshed on all Rules of the Game before criticizing the referees performance.

FAIR PLAY TO ALL!