Club Policies and Documents
No refunds will be issued unless they are due to a documented medical condition. Refunds will be subject to a $35.00 administration fee. Please note that the OSA registration system, AIMS, is mandated by Ontario Soccer and is maintained by a third party who charges us a fee for each player registered. Should a player withdraw, we do not receive a refund on this amount which is reflected in any refund a player receives from the Club.
Please use the following guide if an incident occurs in a club sanctioned event: click here
What type of incident should be reported to NYCSC?
Behaviour counter to any applicable Club code of conduct by a Club member or a non-Club member, as well as any other incidents one may feel needs to be reported. Please submit the report within a 30 day period of the incident. If unsure, you may file a report or contact the President to discuss the incident (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Head Injury POLICY
Soccer is a contact sport and athletes are at risk of head injury. It is important for all participants, volunteers, coaches, conveners, referees and parents to understand that when a head injury occurs or is suspected that the participant must come off the field and not return to play (until cleared by a medical professional).
The Club utilizes the following Canada Soccer policy as our Concussion Guideline (click).
For more detailed information, please use the following guide: 2018 Concussion Guide
Inclement Weather Policy
We advise that all NYCSC members use their best judgement when determining safe playing conditions. Please use the following policy to guide your decision-making:
For lightning, we use Canada Soccer's procedure to ensure player safety:
As well, please see our guidelines for avoiding heat related injuries and issues: