Receiving a Yellow or Red Card
If a player is shown a yellow card by a referee during a game, it is a caution for your play. If you are shown a second card during the same game you will be ejected from that game. Your two yellows become a red card. You will then have to sit out the next league game but can practice. If a player accumulates three yellow cards over time you will have to sit out you next league game.
This also happens if you get five yellows, you sit again, If a player or any coaching staff are shown a red card during a game. They have to sit out the next league game and will then be called to a hearing by the District Discipline Board to answer for your actions during the game.
If a parent or fan is ejected from a game they will have to come to a hearing along with the head coach to answer for their actions during the game Please contact your club district representative if you have any questions.
When a player, coach and or spectator is ejected from a soccer game, the Discipline Laws of BC Soccer requires them to sit the next league game . The ejected person will then be informed that there will be a hearing to discuss the infraction.
The person who is under a red card infraction is not to attend any soccer functions unless the Discipline board gives permission.
If the infraction is of severe nature a performance bond may be required. A performance bond must be submitted to the District Treasurer by the next league game or the offender can not attend any soccer functions.
When a player is to come to a hearing, a parent and the players coach will be asked to attend.
When a coach or spectator appears they are able to bring along up to two witnesses.
The offender must attend the hearing when informed. The Discipline Board will hear the circumstances that lead to the ejection, then decide if the infraction warrants more than the already automatic one game suspension.
A hearing will be either in person or via the internet. This is at the discretion of BCCSL Discipline.
BCCSL Discipline Information
The North Fraser Youth Soccer Association is a not-for-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Voting Members and Appointed, non-voting members. These members are elected by the 5 youth soccer clubs that belong to the district.
The objective of the NFYSA and our five member soccer clubs (and one associate member) is to promote, develop and administer the game of soccer at the youth (male & female) level, both indoor and outdoor, in the District.
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