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When: Regular meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm (no meeting in December)
Board Members at Large
Dial-in number (US): (609) 663-5747
International dial-in numbers: https://fccdl.in/i/randolphyouthsoccer
Online meeting ID: randolphyouthsoccer
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For future orders after Picture Day, here's a heads-up: League Access codes will expire on the night preceding Picture Day. Individual online access codes for players will be mailed out approximately 3-4 weeks post Picture Day. These codes can be used at https://newenglandsportsphoto.simplephoto.com/, where parents can explore and order additional products. Do note that pricing will revert to regular rates with this option.
ACCESS CODE : F2397
Updated Player Registration Waiver Language
- Required Player Registration language has been updated.
The Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association Board of Directors recently approved the implementation of Codes of Conduct for Coaches, Parents, Players and Referees and a Zero Tolerance Policy by unanimous consent.
The Mass Youth Soccer Codes of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy were developed over a number of months of consultation and collaboration with League and Member Organization leaders, Massachusetts State Referee Committee and other State Associations utilizing best practices from other Leagues, States and US Soccer appropriate for our programs.
The adoption of the Codes of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy linked below is a requirement for all member organizations effective February 1. 2023.
Additions have been made to Mass Youth Soccer’s existing required registration language detailing that the registrant has read, understands and agrees to adhere to the Mass Youth Soccer Codes of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy. It is a requirement that all member organizations reference the Mass Youth Soccer Codes of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy in registration language for players, coaches, referees and volunteers beginning with the Fall 2023 season.
- Zero Tolerance Policy
- Player's Code of Conduct
- Coach's Code of Conduct
- Parent's / Guardian's / Spectator's Code of Conduct
- Soccer Official's Code of Conduct
We appreciate your support in creating safe and enjoyable playing environments for youth players in Massachusetts. The updated Mass Youth Soccer Codes of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy will be vital references and tools to train and educate coaches, parents, players and referees, set uniformity and consistency of expected behaviors across the commonwealth, and ensure violations of expected conduct are addressed appropriately.
Massachusetts Youth Soccer