Berlin Youth Football and Cheerleading Association is a non-profit youth football and cheerleading program located in the town of Berlin, Connecticut. It's goals are to teach football and cheerleading in a safe, fun environment.
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Berlin Youth Football 2018 Season Parent & Player Contract
As parents and spectators, you have a great influence on children’s enjoyment and success in football. All children who participate in football do so because they enjoy the sport and it is fun for them. However good a child becomes at football within this organization, parents and spectators should remember that positive encouragement will contribute to:
Children enjoying participating
A sense of personal achievement
Improving the child’s skills and techniques
As parents/spectator’s, your expectations and attitudes have a significant bearing on a child’s attitudes towards
other players, officials, and coaches.
Berlin Youth Football strongly encourages you to:
Respect the referee’s decision
Avoid coaching from the sidelines during games and practice
Respect the volunteer coaches
Avoid using foul or abusive language towards players, officials, or coaches
Never ridicule a player for making a mistake or for losing. Praise them or keep quiet
Give attention to each of the children involved in football or cheerleading- not just the most talented
Applaud the opposition as well as your own team
Remember young people are involved for their enjoyment, not yours
Berlin Youth Football will enforce the following rules:
No parents allowed on the field during scheduled practice times (for safety/liability reasons).
Coaches are always available to answer parent questions and address concerns, with the exception of discussing playing time and positions
Mandatory 24 hour cooling-off period following a game to discuss any issues associated with the game with the Head Coach or any Assistant Coaches
If the player has an unexcused absence for ONE practice; the player will play the minimum plays for that weekly game.
If the player has an unexcused absence for TWO practices; the player WILL NOT suit up for that weekly game. The player must still attend the game.
Any bullying behavior will not be tolerated and dealt with accordingly, including separation from BYF
Failure to return football equipment may result in $300 charge from the league.