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1. The fairgrounds and AYSO have policies that dogs are NOT allowed in the athletic playing areas at the fairgrounds. 
    As long as they are leashed, you may sit in the non-reserved dugouts or outside of the fenced field areas
    if your fury friend must come to watch soccer, but PLEASE keep them leashed and OFF the fields.
 
COACHES: Please remind your team spectators of this!

2. Shinguards are always a must during practice as well as during games. If a player is actively on the field engaging in practice
    whether at the fairgrounds or somewhere else, shinguards must be worn UNDER socks. NO shinguards = NO practice/game. Players can sit out until they put shinguards on.
COACHES: Please remind the players and parents of this as well!

3. Please be respectful to our refs, youth & adult. Remember they volunteer so your children can play.
    They make mistakes & do make calls you will not agree with. They are human and make errors just as you would if you
     were in their shoes. If you'd like to do better, we have plenty of spots available for referee's. 
 COACHES: Please remind your team & team spectators of this as well!

4. NO sitting behind goals (unless behind a fenced area) This is to lessen distractions to the keepers/goalies and for your safety. The goal area is from flag to flag the width of the goal area. 
COACHES: Please remind your team spectators of this! Spectators have a seating section designated for them.



Severe weather information. What you should and should not do.

http://www.aysovolunteers.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/AYSO_Severe_Weather_Play_Policy_and_Guidelines.pdf

Heat related illnesses and things to watch for.
http://www.aysovolunteers.org/dehydration-safety/

Concussion Safety. What to watch for and do.
http://www.aysovolunteers.org/concussion-safety/

Coaches clipboard. Information for coaches.
http://www.aysovolunteers.org/faq-the-coachs-clipboard/

Referee resources.
http://www.aysovolunteers.org/faq-referee-resources/


Content

1. The fairgrounds and AYSO have policies that dogs are NOT allowed in the athletic playing areas at the fairgrounds. 
    As long as they are leashed, you may sit in the non-reserved dugouts or outside of the fenced field areas
    if your fury friend must come to watch soccer, but PLEASE keep them leashed and OFF the fields. 
COACHES: Please remind your team spectators of this!

2. Shinguards are always a must during practice as well as during games. If a player is actively on the field engaging in practice
    whether at the fairgrounds or somewhere else, shinguards must be worn UNDER socks. NO shinguards = NO practice/game. Players can sit out until they put shinguards on.
COACHES: Please remind the players and parents of this as well!

3. Please be respectful to our refs, youth & adult. Remember they volunteer so your children can play.
    They make mistakes & do make calls you will not agree with. They are human and make errors just as you would if you
     were in their shoes. If you'd like to do better, we have plenty of spots available for referee's. 
 COACHES: Please remind your team & team spectators of this as well!

4. NO sitting behind goals (unless behind a fenced area) This is to lessen distractions to the keepers/goalies and for your safety. The goal area is from flag to flag the width of the goal area. 
COACHES: Please remind your team spectators of this! Spectators have a seating section designated for them.

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Safford, Arizona 85546

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