2023 Registration (Clinton Minor Soccer)

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Registration
  1. Clinton Minor Soccer FC
    2023 Online Registration Form
    U4,U6,U8 House League
    U9, U11, U13, U15, U18 Travel League


    This form is for players to register for the 2023 outdoor season for house league and travel teams.  
    A separate form must be submitted for each player.
    Registration deadline is Feb 28th.

    This registration will be considered complete when we have received payment. 

    Payments can be made by etransfer. If you are not able to send etransfers please email us at [email protected]
    Send etransfers to;  
    [email protected]  and add your child/ren's name and age group in the notes section.  
    Please pay by Mar. 1st, 2023.

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    If you experience issues with this form or have any questions, email [email protected]

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Request for the same team as neighbour or friend
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Volunteering
All volunteer roles and descriptions can be found on the website: https://clintonminorsoccer.com/Pages/1311/Volunteer_Coaching/





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  1. DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE - COVID-19 - FACILITY USE

    ALL INDIVIDUALS ENTERING THE FACILITY MUST COMPLY WITH THIS DECLARATION

    Ontario Soccer and its affiliated districts, leagues, clubs and teams, and Clinton Minor Soccer (collectively the “Organization”) require the disclosure of exposure or illness is in order to safeguard the health and safety of all participants and limit the further outbreak of COVID-19. This Declaration of Compliance will be kept safely, and personal information will not be disclosed unless as required by law or with your consent.

    An individual (or the individual’s parent/guardian, if the individual is youngerthan18 years old) who is unable to agree to the terms outlined in this document is not permitted to enter the Organization’s facilities or participate in the Organization’s activities, programs, or services.

    I, the undersigned, being the individual named above and the individual’s parent/guardian (if the individual is younger than 18 years old), hereby acknowledge and agree to the terms outlined in this document:

    1.    The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization and COVID-19 is extremely contagious. The Organization has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and requires all individuals (or their parent/guardian, when applicable) to adhere to the compliance standards described in this document.

    2.    The individual has not been diagnosed with COVID-19 OR If the individual was diagnosed with COVID-19; the individual was cleared as noncontagious by provincial or local public health authorities.

    3.    The individual has not been exposed to a person with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID- 19 OR If the individual was exposed to a person with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID- 19, the date of exposure was more than14days prior to the date this Declaration of Compliance was signed.

    4.    The individual is attending or participating voluntarily and understands the risks associated with COVID-19. The individual (or the individual’s parent/guardian, on behalf of the individual (when applicable) agrees to assume those risks, including but not limited to exposure and being infected.

    5.    The individual has not, nor has anyone in the individual’s household, experienced any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 14 days (including fever, new or worsening cough, fatigue, chills and body aches, respiratory illness, difficulty breathing, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, pink eye, or loss of taste or smell).

    6.    If the individual experiences, or if anyone in the individual’s household experiences, any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 after submitting this Declaration of Compliance, the individual will immediately isolate, notify the Organization, and not attend any of the Organization’s facilities, activities, programs or services until at least 14 days have passed since those symptoms were last experienced.

    7.    The individual has not, nor has any member of the individual’s household, travelled to or had a layover in any country outside Canada in the past 14days. If the individual travels, or if anyone in the individual’s household travels, outside Canada after submitting this Declaration of Compliance, the individual will not attend any of the Organization’s facilities, activities, programs or services until at least14 days have passed since the date of return.  

    8.    The individual is following recommended guidelines, including but not limited to practicing physical distancing, trying to maintain separation of six feet from others, adhering to recognized hygiene best practices, and otherwise limiting exposure to COVID-19.

    9.    The individual will follow the safety, physical distancing and hygiene protocols of the Organization.

    10. This document will remain in effect until the Organization, per the direction of the Provincial government and provincial and local public health authorities, determines that the acknowledgements in this Declaration of Compliance are no longer required.

    11. The Organization may remove the individual from the facility or from participation in the activities, programs or services of the Organization at any time and for any reason if the Organization believes, in its sole discretion, that the individual is no longer incompliance with any of the standards described in this document.

  2. Participant's Agreement (To be used for players UNDER the Age of 18)
    ALL PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES HAS ITS RISKS:

    1 participate in the game of soccer because it is physically and mentally challenging. In consideration of my participation in such programs, activities and events, I hereby acknowledge that I am aware of the risks and hazards associated with or related to this activity. The risks and hazards include, but are not limited to:

    o   Injuries from executing strenuous and demanding physical techniques in soccer,

    o   Injuries from dryland training including weights, running, and massage;

    o   Injuries from grass, turf and other surfaces including bacterial infections and rashes;

    o   Injuries resulting from falls to the ground due to uneven or irregular terrain or surfaces;

    o   Injuries from collisions with walls and soccer equipment;

    o   Injuries resulting from failure to properly use any piece of equipment or from the mechanical failure of any piece of equipment;

    o   Spinal cord injuries which may render me permanently paralyzed;

    o   Injuries from extreme weather conditions which may result in heatstroke, sunstroke or hypothermia;

    o   Injuries from contact, colliding or being struck by other participants, spectators, equipment or vehicles;

    o   Injuries resulting from vigorous physical exertion and strenuous cardiovascular workouts;

    o   Injuries from exerting and stretching various muscle groups; and

    o   Travel to and from competitive events and associated non-competitive events which are an integral part of the organization's activities.

    Furthermore, I am aware:

    o   That injuries sustained in soccer can be severe;

    o   That I may experience anxiety while challenging myself during the activities; .

    o   That I may come into close contact with other participants, including the possibility of accidental and unexpected contact; .

    o   That my risk of injury is reduced if I follow all rules established for participation; and

    o   That my risk of injury increases as I become fatigued.

    I AGREE TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MYSELF:

    I am participating voluntarily in these activities, events and programs, I agree that there are risks in soccer as described above. By participating voluntarily in these events, activities and programs, I am exposed to these risks and hazards. I agree to accept them and be responsible for any injury or other loss which I might receive while participating in these events, activities and programs.

    If something happens to me, I release the organizers of responsibility for any claims, demands, actions and costs which might arise out of my participation. In this Agreement i understand organizers to mean: Clinton Minor Soccer Association and its directors and employees, all member Leagues and Clubs, their directors, officers, members, employees, volunteers, officials, participants, clubs, agents, sponsors, owners/operators of facilities and their representatives.

  3. Parents Code of Conduct

    Through submitting the membership fee for my child, I have accepted the Terms and Conditions of membership to Clinton Soccer whether I have actually read them or not, and am therefore subject to the clubs rules, and to the rules and regulations of the organizations to which the Club belongs.

    o   My child plays soccer for his or her benefit, not mine.

    o   I will not give instructions to players -- that is the coach's role.

    o   I will never question the referee's judgment, integrity or honesty.

    o   I will support all efforts to eliminate verbal and physical abuse from the game of soccer.

    o   I will not approach the team Coach during a session

    o   I will show respect for all players, all coaches, all officials and all spectators at all times

    o   I will teach my child that doing one's best is as important as winning, so that my child will never feel defeated by the outcome of a game.

    o   I will never take part in a practice, game or team event while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.

    o   I will make my child feel like a winner by offering praise for competing fairly and doing their best.

    o   I will encourage my child to play by the rules and to resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility or violence.

    o   Children learn by example. I will applaud good plays by both my child's team and their opponents.

    o   I will make sure that my child arrives for practices and games at the time designated by the coach, ready to begin.

    o   I will not take part in any form of bullying, whether that be to a parent, player, team coach, referee or club representative. Bullying in any form, whether in person, electronically (any form of social media) will not be tolerated.

    o   I realize that the team can be penalized for my behaviour. I will obey a request by a referee or from the team's Coach to leave the vicinity of the field.

    o   I realize that failure to abide by the Code of Conduct may result in my removal of myself, and potentially any child, from the vicinity of the playing field and potentially further sanctions by the club.

    Consequences

    If for any reason the Code of Conduct is not followed by the parent(s), any (one or more) of the following steps may be taken by the Club:

    Ø  Request the parent not attend team events

    Ø  Remove the player from the team

  4. Rowan's Law Acknowledgement

     

    What is Rowan’s Law?

    Rowan’s Law legislation was passed by the Ontario Government in 2018. This legislation is named in memory of Rowan Stringer who tragically died in 2013 of Second Impact Syndrome, the result of suffering multiple concussions playing rugby three times in six days. The legislation is designed to create a safer environment for competitive athletes, children and youth to play sport.

    Knowing how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion, and what to do if a concussion happens saves lives. The Ontario Government is committed to implementing Rowan’s Law by putting concussion safety information in the hands of people who need it most. Increasing awareness and changing conversations in sport, at school and in our homes, will result in a transformative change to the way in which concussions are managed in amateur competitive sport and beyond.

    A participant is subject to a Concussion Code of Conduct for each Sports Organization they register with. The Clinton Minor Soccer Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources MUST be reviewed before you can participate.


    ALL PARTICIPANTS UNDER THE AGE OF 26, PARENTS OF PARTICIPANTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18, COACHES, TRAINERS, & MANAGERS MUST REVIEW THIS INFORMATION, AND ACKNOWLEDGE THEY HAVE DONE SO, BEFORE PARTICIPATING IN ANY Clinton Minor Soccer PROGRAM.


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