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Central Georgia Soccer Association

Team Manager Resouces



Academy Team Manager’s Resource Page

Review the latest revision to the 
GYSA Rules & Regulations

The importance of the team manager’s role cannot be understated.  The team manager 
typically makes many sacrifices to ensure the team functions well administratively. This page
has been created to provide you, as team managers, the resources and information
to make your team run more efficiently.  If you would like to make suggestions or contributions
to this page, please contact the Academy Director.


  

Forms - Required for each player - completed after notification of selection to the Academy Program and before first game.



  • Parent Code of Conduct - Team manager retains for the player year
  • Player Code of Conduct - Team manager retains for the player year
  • Player Uniform Orders - Team manager approves jersey number assignments. Each player's parent/guardian is responsible for ordering online thru Soccer.com
  • GYSA Player Medical Release - Keep in your team notebook.
  • Player Birth Certificate - Keep a copy in your team notebook.




Team Manager’s Notebook - Every team manager should have a notebook with the necessary paperwork to support the team at home and on the road.  This notebook will take a beating throughout the season.  Use a sturdy notebook and use durable page protectors when possible.  Good page protectors, and notebooks can add up.  Consider charging parents a $5.00 per player "supply charge".  At a minimum, the notebook should contain:
 

  • Current Season Player Passes - Player passes should be signed by the player, have a current photo, and be laminated.
  • Current GYSA Official Roster - If you have someone Club Passing from another team, I would suggest having a copy of their team roster also.  The Official Roster comes from the league registrar.
  • Signed Medical Release for each player - If you have someone Club Passing or Guest Playing, make sure you have a signed medical release form for them also.  If the player participates with your team frequently, keep an extra copy of the medical release form and order a duplicate player pass through the club registrar.
  • Copies of Player Birth Certificates
  • Season Schedule
  • Directions to Each Venue - Printing these at the start of the season will save you headaches later when you’re called by lost parents.  If available, also have a copy of each venue’s weather hotline 
  • Contact Information for your opponent’s coach and team managers (if available).   Be sure they have your information also.  You are the first and primary contact point for the team.  Make yourself readily available.
  • Home and Cell Phone Numbers for all Parents