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VIOLATIONS


Many fouls that can be considered “team” fouls involve poor sportsmanship:


Players calling attention to themselves after a goal


Anyone making inappropriate comments from the bench area


Players or coaches engaging in behavior not representative of the highest standards of our sport


Good sportsmanship is expected at all times. Offi cials have the authority to fl ag anything deemed unsportsmanlike.


OFFICIALS SIGNALS


BEST PRACTICES


Set team rules, goals and expectations and make sure they are clear and understood by all team members.


Good sportsmanlike behavior and playing with class should be celebrated, win or lose. “Compete with Class, Honor the Game!”


PERSPECTIVES


Teammates celebrate each other’s victories, no matter how small.


Being part of a team helps boys learn important life skills like cooperation and patience.


Recognize the players that might feel “left out” among teammates and fi nd ways to bring them into the fold.


Teach your players the value of good teamwork and convert those teachings directly to action on the fi eld.


unsportsmanlike conduct


Learn your teammates names. This will bond you together faster and let you communicate better on the fi eld.


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ROLES TEAM


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