Wyoming Soccer Club
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This is just a reminder that it is highly recommended that all players wear the proper protective equipment for soccer. In the U8 league up to the U12 league the referees are not to allow a player to be on the field that does not have shin pads. In the younger divisions without referees we ask that the parents see to it that all children have the proper equipment. Coaches, if you notice that (a) player(s) on your team are not wearing the proper equipment we would encourage you to remind the parents of the importance of the proper protective equipment. The following is an exerpt from the OSA rules for mini soccer.

Rule 4: Players' Equipment

Players shall not wear anything which endangers themselves or other players.

Basic compulsory equipment shall consist of:

  • A jersey or shirt with sleeves – Pinnies are also accepted
  • Shorts
  • Socks
  • Appropriate footwear
  • Shin guards

Non-uniform clothing is allowed based on weather conditions, but uniforms must still distinguish teams.

Jewellery is not permitted and cannot be taped. Medic Alert bracelets and necklaces are the exception provided that they are fastened securely so as not to bring danger to any other player

Sports hijabs / headscarves are permitted.

Referees have the final say on the safety of equipment.


U4/U6 Division Rules: 

Ontario Soccer Small Sided Laws of the Gamehttps://cdn3.sportngin.com/attachments/document/0127/5531/Small_Sided_Laws_of_the_Game_-_2018_REVISED.pdf


U8-U14 Division Rules:

FIFA Laws of the Game