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Game Score Reporting
“Phone it in” System

Coaches in Divisions 3B, 3G, 5B, 5G, 8B, 8G should record the game # and score for their records. The winning Coach is responsible for phoning in the correct scores. If there is a tie the home team will call in the score. Please make sure you do so in a timely manner all division standings depend on you entering the correct scores. Right after the game is a perfect time when the score is fresh in your mind. Please follow these instructions to "phone it in":

 

  1. Dial the toll free number 1-866-334-6294.
  2. When asked, say or enter the pin number of the event, and the code of the game (the code is the game number). Your pin number for the East Hanover Soccer Club is 3256.
  3. You will then be told the division, teams playing, and field location - if this is the correct game, confirm by saying yes.
  4. When asked, say or enter the score for each team, then confirm.
  5. You can do more games in the same call, or just say goodbye when done.

Remember, you cannot have two games with the same game number (within the same division or across divisions) to use the PhoneItIn system.  

 

Coupons from Dick's

Please click here for coupons from Dick's, a sponsor of the EHSC. Good from 5/14/14 - 11/30/14!!!

Rutgers Saftey Clinic

Here is a link for the Rutgers Saftey Clinic locations. Get started early and sign up for a class.

Attention Coaches
Requirements For Coaching

The following are the requirements by the Township of East Hanover to coach recreation sports. 

1. Rutgers Saftey Course - Proof of certification of completeing the course.

2. Background check - The attached are the instructions and form that have instructions and applications for background/fingerprint checks and the East Hanover Township Recreation Volunteer Coaches Application.  These 2 documents are mandatory for all coaches and assistant coaches. Needs to be renewed every three years.

3. Concussion Online Course - link is directly below this article

4. Fill out Kids Safe application - link is directly below this article

KidSafe Disclosure Statement
Attention Coaches and Assistant Coaches

If you have not already done so, please fill out the KidSafe Form and bring it to the Recreation Department.

Concussions in Youth Sports
"Heads Up" Training

The Center for Disease Control, CDC, offers a free online concussion training course to help coaches and parents identify and respond to possible concussions of young athletes.

This training is now mandatory for ALL soccer coaches (rec and travel).

Safety Alert about Earrings
The East Hanover Soccer Club reminds all parents and players that earrings are not allowed to be worn at any game, practice or clinic. The restriction applies to all age groups.

The EHSC recommends players who are planning to get their ears pierced wait until the end of the fall season to do so. Players who get the ears pierced before the season will not be allowed to cover them with tape or band-aids; if players cannot remove new ear piercing, they will not be allowed to participate until they can do so.

For the safety of all our players, the no earring policy will be strictly enforced by all directors, coaches and referees.

Eyeglasses Policy

New Jersey law requires any child who wears corrective eyeglasses while participating in soccer sponsored by a school or community to wear protective eyewear that meets certain frames and lens standards.  Please consult with your child’s vision care specialist about the requirements. Players who do not have the appropriate ’sports glasses’ or goggles will not be able to participate in games or practices.

This law was developed by the Coalition to Prevent Sports Eye Injuries at www.sportseyeinjuries.com.  View the law online. 

Offsides Rule

This time of year everyone questions players being on offsides. Please review FIFA interactive guide to offsides and remember your vantage point is on the sideline and seeing is very different than what the referees see. Referees calls on the field are final. We only look at offsides for div 5 & 8 as NJ Youth Soccer recommends that this rule not be followed for the younger divisions.

FIFA Interactive Guide to Offside Law 11

Codes of Conduct
Dear Member of the East Hanover Soccer Club:
 
The Board of Directors has recently adopted a new Code of Conduct that applies to both the recreation soccer program and the travel soccer program. The East Hanover Soccer Club expects all players, coaches, parents and spectators to conduct themselves according to the Code of Conduct either during a game, a practice or while performing official Club business.
 
The first paragraph in the Code of Conduct defines its purpose as follows:
 
In order to ensure that the principles of sportsmanship, fair play, and mutual respect among players, coaches, officials, and spectators characterize all competition sponsored by the EHSC, the following Code of Conduct has been established. It is the obligation of all program administrators, coaches, parents, and players to create an environment that promotes this objective. Those who willfully violate this code jeopardize their participation in the EHSC soccer program.
 
We ask that all participants in the program review the Code of Conduct. In addition, Coaches should review the Code of Conduct with their players to ensure compliance. We have already had several players receive yellow cards for inappropriate language. Familiarity with the Code of Conduct should help to avoid these unfortunate events.
 
The EHSC Board of Directors reserves the right to discipline any member who violates the Code of Conduct including suspension or expulsion from the program.
 
Sincerely
 
The Board of Directors, EHSC
 
 
Please click continue below to see the full text of the Code of Conduct. Additionally, a PDF version is available here
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