Coaches Corner

Resources for coaches, assistant coaches, and team parents may be found below.

Adult Registration Instructions

In order to participate as a coach, assistant, team parent, board member, or other adult who will have direct contact with children, you must complete all steps on this page before you will be permitted to interact with Pepperell Soccer players. Review and be familiar with the following policies: COVID-19 Protocols Athlete and Participant Safety...

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Weather Policy

In accordance with Mass Youth Soccer's Weather Policy, the monitoring of weather conditions is the responsibility of game officials, coaches, and club administrators. All should be aware of the potential dangers posed by different weather conditions and work together to keep the players and other participants as safe as possible. This page may also be...

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Code of Conduct

Pepperell Soccer places an emphasis on learning the game, improving individual skills, playing as a team, making new friends, and having fun – not solely on winning or losing. This code of conduct has been implemented to ensure a fun, friendly, safe environment for all involved with our program. The following applies to all Pepperell...

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Safe Soccer

Pepperell Youth Soccer believes there is nothing is more important than the safety of our children. We greatly appreciate the roles that administrators, coaches, referees and volunteers play in offering youth athletes from all backgrounds the opportunity to play soccer. An integral part of these roles is taking steps to ensure the safety of the...

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Team Parents (In-Town)

Team parents are a vital component of our in-town teams and a very valuable resource for each team. The time commitment is minimal, with almost all responsibility taking place during your child's game on Sundays. The main duties of a team parent are as follows: Team Snacks Team parents are responsible for organizing the snack...

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Training

Session Plans All Mass Youth Soccer Session plans follow US Soccer Grassroots Play-Practice-Play Methodology. U.S. Soccer developed and implemented the Play-Practice-Play methodology at the Grassroots level. Researched and developed by technical leaders, this player-centered approach allows coaches of all levels to help create training environments to fulfill the two basic needs of players of all...

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Incident Reporting

The safety of all participants in our programs is paramount. It is incumbent on all adults, including coaches, board members, and parents/guardians, to ensure the safety of our players and adherence to all guidelines. Should you witness or suspect misconduct, you must report it following the process below. Physical or Sexual Abuse Reporting If you...

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In-Town Coach Information

Pre-Season Season Dates The season schedule is available on the website and shows which teams are playing against each other and which field they are on. Our spring season generally starts in mid-April, depending on when the town releases the fields to us. Our fall seasons generally starts in early September. Both seasons consist of...

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Goal Safety Policy (MYSA)