Dear Plainedge Soccer Club member,
With the spring season quickly approaching, some of our travel players may be in need of a new uniform, or replacement pieces.
It is with great pleasure to announce that we are teaming up with Soccer.Com to help fulfill all our uniform needs for our travel players. Soccer.com has set up our own personal web page on their web site were our members can log on and order whatever uniform items they may need, along with a large selection of spirit wear that anyone can buy! Please use link below to access our site and place your order.
In order to ensure proper sizing, samples will be available in the soccer clubs club house shortly. A follow up email will be sent as soon as they arrive. When ordering through soccer.com, each player must detail a uniform number. Please check with your coach to verify that the number is available. Once a number is ordered and that uniform is customized, there are NO returns !!! Soccer.com has all pieces labeled "REQUIRED" to indicate which pieces a new player would need to order. If you are your teams goalie, there are items labeled "REQUIRED" for that position also.
Below is the link to the web site. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com and I will do my best to help. You can also contact a soccer.com rep who will be available 24/7!!
We are looking forward to a great season and a partnership with a great company.
Please use link below to access our site and place your order.
This link is the only way to enter our club page so please keep it somewhere accessable.
As you should be aware, in December 2015, the US Soccer Federation (USSF), under its' Recognize to Recover player safety campaign announced several Best Practices regarding Injury Prevention. These directives apply to all US Soccer youth affiliates, including LIJSL/ENYYSA/US Youth Soccer and were effective January 1, 2016. Included within these directives were very important policies regarding concussions. In February, our State Association announced to it's 11-member leagues, it's formal ENYYSA Concussion Protocol. This policy is effective for ALL matches (League, League Cup, State Cup, State Premier League) under ENYYYSA's sanctioning and jurisdiction. Specifically, it states; If a player is suspected of having a concussion, by the referees, team officials, or league officials the player will be withdrawn from the game immediately.
That players card will be retained by the referee. A notation made on the line up card and and that card and player pass sent to the League office, with an incident report within 24 hours.
Once the league receives a medical clearance from a Health Care Professional (MD, DO, or athletic trainer who is certified in concussions) the player pass should be mailed back to the coach via express mail, on the next business day, with a copy of the correspondence to the parents.
When LIJSL receives notification of a player being removed from a match suspected of having a concussion, the league will notify the players home club. When the home club receives medical clearance of that player to return to activities (matches or training), they will forward this onto the league. Upon receipt, the league will return the player pass to the club or coach as directed by the home club.
Please see the Concussion Pocket Card.pdf which has been made available by our State Association
Remember ... player safety is always our primary concern.