Player Code of Conduct & Contract
Asante Soccer Academy / Asante Elite Players
At Asante Soccer Academy our goal is to prepare you for the future. We are not just teaching you how to be a better Soccer player but also how to be a better person. Education, Respect, and accountability come from all extra-curricular activities.
Education is focused towards you gaining necessary knowledge and skills to improve your ability to create value and a livelihood for yourself; this is why we stress the importance of getting an education by paying attention in school and ensuring homework completion.
Respect is showing consideration for and treating others courteously and kindly, to pay proper attention and not violate others. This is how we expect you to behave towards everyone! Not just at soccer but in your daily life. Accountability is accepting responsibility for one’s actions and belongings. You and you alone are responsible for your actions, not your teammates or your parents.
If you cannot demonstrate these behaviors and attributes then The Asante Soccer Academy is not the place for you.
Being a part of the Asante Soccer Academy Elite team takes commitment. Your strength, stamina, speed, reaction time, and agility will all be tested.
When you attend practice, ensure that you are there to train and socialize
You are expected to be at all training
You are expected to be at training on time
On game days, you should be at the required location at least 30 minutes before the game starts
Appropriate Soccer attire will be worn at all practices and games; this means Elite T-shirts at all Elite practices, Academy T-shirts at all Academy practices, Soccer Shorts (not basketball shorts!), Shin pads, Soccer Socks and Soccer cleats. Mentally you must be prepared to listen, follow instructions and learn.
We will not accept any excuses for not having the appropriate attire!
All homework must be completed before practices. If we hear otherwise from your parents or guardians, you will sit out the next game.
You must respect your teammates, coaches, parents and the game;
We will not tolerate the use of profane language.
-You will not address the coaches by their first names; instead, you will say Coach Richard, Coach Richmond and so on and so forth.
-When you enter the practice area you will go around to all the parents and coaches to say good evening, good afternoon etc…
-A sign of respect is ensuring that you get to practice and games on time.
We do not have a lost and found, so it is your responsibility to make sure you have your belongings with you when leaving the practice or game.
If we find anything belonging to you that was left behind you will be fined; any piece of clothing, any water bottles, any equipment’s, any back packs etc…FINE IS $10
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