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Dartmouth FC Fall Program

Overview:

The Dartmouth FC Fall Program is designed to allow players to experience a higher level of competitive soccer while maintaining an instructional component. The program is administered by the South Coast Soccer League. Games are typically played on Saturday afternoons against opponents from neighboring towns (i.e. Fairhaven, Fall River, Norton, Bourne). The season is comprised of 6 games (3 home and 3 away) and begins on September 11th. There are no games on Columbus Day weekend unless a makeup game is required. Practices are typically once a week but it is left to the coach’s discretion.

There are no standings kept for grades 3 and 4.  Grades  5-8 will maintain standings and there will be playoffs in early November.

Registration fee is $80 which is used to pay referees, SCSL registration fees, and to provide players with a soccer jersey.

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DYSA Policies:

  • Players in grades 3 & 4 should expect to receive equal amount of playing time. For grades 5 and above, equal playing time in not guaranteed and playing time is issued at the coach's discretion. 
  • Coaches, players, and parents are expected to be aware and follow the policies and procedures as defined in the South Coast Soccer League Policies Manual for the present year.
  • Tryouts are held at the coach's discretion or if the number of players exceeds the number of available roster positions.
  • Any players participating in the Dartmouth FC Fall Program and is a resident of Dartmouth must also participate in DYSA's Instructional program.


Violations:

  • Coaches, players, parents in violation of any SCSL policies will be subject to all SCSL sanctions that apply. Please refer to the latest SCSL handbook on http://southcoastsoccer.org for a listing of policies.
  • Coaches, players, parents in violation of DYSA’s policies will be brought to the attention of the DYSA Board of Directors where the issues will be reviewed and sanctions will be applied to the individual(s) involved if necessary.