What is the mission of the Warrenton Youth Soccer Club? The founders of WYSC created the league as a place where children of all ages and abilities could learn about sports while having fun. The emphasis is on learning, teamwork and sportsmanship.

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Parents/Guardians of Players must:

  • Register their player on www.wysc.org to allow them to tryout.
  • Complete, sign and turn in a Code of Conduct form and a Medical release form for their player once they make the team.
  • Provide transportation to and from all away games
  • Follow the Spectators guidelines listed below:
    • During the games parents are NOT to coach from the sidelines. Coaching is the responsibility of the head coach. 
    • Parents and spectators are asked to support the team and players WITHOUT pressure, to praise effort as well as performance, and to encourage and praise regardless of game’s outcome. 
    • Restrain from making any type of comments to the referees.    
    • All parents and spectators will act in a professional manner at all times.
    • Parents and spectators are expected to demonstrate Fair Play and good sportsmanship at all times.
    • Recognize that enjoyment is the primary reason for the players’ involvement in the program. 

Each TEAM will need the following Parent/Guardian Volunteers:
  • Team Manager
    • organize/supervise away game transportation
    • making sure each player leaves with a parent/approved adult
    • collection of any paperwork needed
  • Gym Supervisor
    • to make sure spectators/coaches/refs/players maintain good sportsmanship during the games
    • crowd control
    • keep the game atmosphere positive
    • Verify gym is left proper and clean conditions
  • Clock Keeper
    • a responsible parent/adult who can attend every game to keep the game clock for the entire duration of the game
    • if unable to make a game, finding an adult to substitute for you
    • can be several parents that take turns throughout the season
    • stops clock for timeouts, quarter ends, and dead ball calls by the ref.
    • updates score on scoreboard
  • Score Book Keeper
    • a responsible parent/adult who can attend every game to keep the game clock for the entire duration of the game
    • if unable to make a game, finding an adult to substitute for you
    • can be several parents that take turns throughout the season
    • keeps track of player time in game
    • marks fouls
    • keeps individual score for each player
    • keeps track of team score