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"Professional coaches measure success in rings. College coaches measure success in championships. High School coaches measure success to titles. Youth coaches measure success in smiles." - Paul McAllister/ Youth Coach

SAY Times Two Policy

As a Soccer Association for Youth (SAY) affiliate, we adhere to their "Times Two Policy" which requires no less than two adults, (unrelated), per team to present at all team functions such as games, practices, picnics, parties, etc. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Under no circumstances should the activity take place if only one adult is present. This also means that no less than two adults must remain until the last player has been picked up by their parent. The two adults do not have to be coaches - they can be a combination of coaches and parents.

SAY has also recommended that volunteers not provide transportation for non-family members. This was more of an insurance issue, but now also has implications in regard to the intent of the "Times Two Policy". While the focus of this policy is the child's safety, it also provides protection to our volunteers in case of misunderstandings.

NOTE TO PARENTS - It is the expectation that a parent remain at practice with their child. For liability purposes, players are not to be "dropped off" at practice/games with the permission of the team head coach.

Score Reporting

Coaches for the Wings through Kickers divisions are responsible for reporting the game results within 24 hours of the game being played. E-mail address below and use the following format when reporting scores:
Date and Day of Game
Your Team Number - Your Score
Opposing Team Number - Opponent's Score

SAY National Concussion Policy

The SAY National Concussion Policy consists of two very distinct procedures. This policy is required for ALL coaches and officials regardless of their age and/or status (i.e. Head coach, Assistant Coach, Head Referee, Assistant Referee, etc.). These procedures are designed to comply with recently passed legislation concerning concussion in youth sports. It will be necessary to complete a concussion training course every three (3) years.

STEP 1: The first portion of the SAY National Concussion policy is the taking of a FREE online training course. ALL coaches and referees MUST complete this training course prior to participating in the any SAY activity whether it be a practice or a game situation.

There are two approved options for the FREE online training program consists of two approved options, either of which is acceptable:
The FIRST APPROVED OPTION is provided by the National Federation of State High School Associations Concussion in Sports – What You Need to Know, which can be found at This online course will require you to click on the "order here” button to begin the training. It will ask you to complete a brief registration form prior to beginning the course, which is solely for the purpose of registering you in their data base as having successfully completed the online material. After you have completed this course you will be given the option to print out a personalized certificate of completion (It is suggested that this certificate by printed out in pdf format, otherwise your name may not appear on this certificate).

The SECOND APPROVED OPTION is through the Center for Disease Control and their Prevention Heads Up Concussion in Youth Sports Online training program, which is at Click on the online training course button to begin your training. After successfully completing the on-line training, you will be offered a an opportunity to print out a personalized "certificate of completion”. FYI - this option does not keep a record of your completing this training.

After completing either the FIRST OR SECOND APPROVED OPTION, you will need to print out your personalized "certificate of completion” and keep a copy with you at ALL SAY related functions (especially referees, as you may be required to show your personalized certificate to the appropriate SAY authorities prior to being allowed to officiate any games).

STEP 2: The second portion of the SAY National Concussion policy is the Removal-From and Return-to-Play procedure. Any athlete exhibiting signs and symptoms of concussion either during a practice or during a game MUST be immediately removed. This athlete MAY NOT return to play nor participate in any SAY activity on the same day that he or she has been removed (even if a written medical clearance is provided).

In addition, the athlete is not permitted to return to play or participate in any SAY activity until he or she has been assessed and received written clearance by a physician or by another licensed health care provider. A Return-to-Play form must be submitted to the coach prior to allowing the athlete to participate in any activity with the athlete’s team, whether it be a practice or a game situation.

All of SAY’s member Areas and Districts are responsible to monitor and track their coaches and referees with regard to their individual compliance with this policy. SAY members operating a fall season program must have their coaches and referees complete their individual online training prior to starting practices.

Listed below you will find helpful links regarding signs and symptoms of concussion, a parent’s education form, a possible concussion notification form, and a Return-to-Play form.
Helpful Links:

Printable certificate upon completion.
Print to keep with you at all SAY events.

Printable certificate upon completion.
Print to keep with you at all SAY events.




Example of completed certification

Use this form for a suspected concussion




Must be completed before returning to play.

Helpful for Coach & Referee Education

Helpful educating Parents

Place on your clipboard in preparation
for a suspected concussion.

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