The mission of the Brockport Soccer Club is to promote competitive youth soccer in a fun, safe, and positive environment. We support the education and development of players, parents, and coaches throughout Brockport, Clarkson, Hamlin, Sweden, and the sur
Brockport Soccer Club
PO Box 121
Brockport, NY. 14420
The mission of the Brockport Soccer Club is to promote competitive youth soccer in a fun, safe, and positive environment. We support the education and development of players, parents, and coaches throughout Brockport, Clarkson, Hamlin, Sweden, and the surrounding areas in the game of soccer.
Tryouts - for the 2016-2017 season
Tryouts will be held July 27 - July 28 for the 2016-2017 season. See the tryout announcement on the top of the home page for details.
A team consists of the players, parents, and coaches. Each of these individuals has a responsibility to fulfill the commitment to the team. The level of commitment expected varies based on the age group and the season.
Players are expected conduct themselves in a respectable manner at all times and at all levels of play while representing the Brockport Soccer Club, both on and off the field. This includes leagues games, tournaments, fundraising activities, and any other Brockport Soccer Club sponsored event. Violation of the BSC's Code of Conduct will result in disiplinary actions that may include suspension or expulsion from the BSC. Players and their families are personally responsible for any fines levied by the league for disciplinary reasons (ie. Red cards). Players are expected to attend all practices and games and should notify coaches of conflicts as they arise. Players should also arrive at practices and games at the times specified by the coaches.
Parents are expected to uphold the BSC's Code of Conduct and be supportive of all players, coaches, and officials. If a player or parent is fined by a game official, it is the parent's responsibility to make sure the fine is paid. Failure to pay fines or fees, or violations of the Club's Code of Conduct may result in the suspension or removal of the player from the BSC. Participation in the Brockport Soccer Club may involve financial committments in addition to the Club'sregistration fee. Parents are also expected to volunteer at the annual Brockport Soccer Festival which is the Club's major fundraiser.
Coaches are expected to provide a safe, positive, and challenging soccer experience for all their players. Coaches must follow the requirements of the BSC's Code of Conduct and demonstrate respect for players, parents, and officials. Coaches are expected to continually learn more about coaching soccer by attending clinics, observing other coaches, and obtaining a minimum of the NYSW E-Liensce. Coaches should form a coaching staff that includes a team manager and assistent coaches. the coaching staff is responsible for their team at all team activities and games. Coaches are required to attend all Club meetings, league meetings, and complete all the paperwork necessary to register and compete in both the RDYSL League and soccer tournaments. Coaches are also responsible to the financial status of their team. This includes paying for tournaments and collecting any fines incurred by their team's players, parents, or coaches.