FORMS AND FAQs
PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT
The Parent Code of Conduct is an agreement between coaches and parents outlining expectations as part of WSC Crush. The purpose of this agreement is to provide the best possible learning, training and competitive environment for ALL players at WSC.
PLAYER CODE OF CONDUCT
The Player Code of Conduct is an agreement between coaches and players outlining expectations as part of WSC Crush. The purpose of this agreement is to provide the best possible learning, training and competitive environment for ALL players at WSC.
HEAD INJURY INFORMATION
Our coaches and staff comply with the CDC's Heads Up Concussion protocol to keep our players safe.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: What league does our club play in?
A: All Woodside Soccer Club teams play within the NorCal Premier league.
Q: Do you offer scholarships?
A: Please contact Jon Bailey if you would like to apply for a scholarship or if you would like to donate to our Scholarship fund.
Q: Do we practice in the rain? How do we know if a practice is canceled? How do we know if a game is canceled due to weather?
A: If your team is set to practice on the Woodside Turf, then Yes - nothing short of a lightning storm will keep us off the field! For Grass Field conditions, we are told by WES or the Town of Woodside if fields are closed. Our fields coordinator will communicate this to the managers, who will notify the team parents. Regarding games, managers will contact team parents regarding the status of a game. A decision is usually made the evening before a game.
Q: I know WES student or a student within the Woodside School District who has expressed interested in joining WSC. Whom should they contact?
A: Please have them contact Zak Ibsen or the appropriate team manager.
Q: What is WSC's refund policy?
A: Deposits will be taken for our Club teams prior to the beginning of season and registration of teams. These deposits are non-refundable. This is due to financial commitments made by the club prior to the season start date. The balance is due before the first practice.
Q: When should my child arrive for a game?
A: All players MUST arrive to the field and be ready to warm-up 30 minutes prior to game time. All players must bring both jerseys; wear the team black shorts, black socks, proper shin guards under the socks and a water bottle.arrive
Q: What kind of behavior is tolerated in the field?
A: For Players: No player can exhibit unsportsmanlike behavior before, during, or after any game. Professional respect, before, during and after the game, should be mutual. There should be no demeaning dialogue or gestures between official, coach or player.
For Parents (and other fans): Any coaching from anyone other than the team coach is forbidden. This is a league policy and must be adhered to. Positive encouragement is recommended. Parents cannot approach the referees to question a call or express dissatisfaction. You may not talk to your child at halftime or go over to the player bench during the game. It is a NorCal league policy that all parents, family members, and friends must stay on the opposite side of the field from the players and coaches throughout the entire game.
Q: Whom should I ask if I have a concern or question about my child’s participation on his/her team?
A: Any on-field questions should be addressed first to your team Coach and then to DOC. Any other questions should be directed to your team manager. Do not talk to the Coach about game issues during or directly after the game. Please wait 48 hours and email to set up a time to meet.