Coaches Manual
All coaches should review the manual prior to the initial coaches meeting. You will find the manual in PDF form here!
EYSA Coaches Manual

Risk Management Process  UPDATED FOR FALL 2015!
Risk Management forms must be filled out Club members including Coaches, Asst. Coaches, and Board Members.

Coaches Code of Conduct
Exeter Youth Soccer Association has adopted a Coaches Code of Conduct. All coaches must sign this form prior to the start of your season.

Player Evaluation Forms
All coaches are to using the new Player Evaluation Form, which need to be completed and submitted after each season.

Reading Berks Junior League - Coaches Info

Referee Evaluation Form - COACHES ONLY

Coaches Checklist for Games 

Contact opposing coach. Confirm game time, get directions to the field, confirm uniform colors. If colors are the same the Home team changes.

Hand out directions to the field and game time information to your team.

Game Day
  1. Bring ice and a First Aid kit.
  2. Arrive 30 —45 minutes before game time.
  3. Home coach check the field for corner flags, nets are fastened and goals are anchored.
  4. Have 2 copies of your roster form completed with players names and uniform #‘ s.
  5. Have with you the team's medical release forms.
  6. Have coaches passes available to present to the Referee. (2 coaches on the sideline U11 and up, 3 coaches U9 and U10)
  7. Have player passes available for travel teams.
  8. Each coach pay 1/2 Referee fee in Cash$ before the game.
  9. Each team is to provide 1 linesperson to assist the Referee in calling out of bounds.
  10. Home team provides game ball.
  11. Make sure your Keeper shirt is a different color from both teams colors.
  12. If No referee is there for your game: Between you and the other coach, please find a mutually agreed upon person. You should offer to pay this person per half (in case the referee comes late.)

During the Game

  • Demonstrate proper conduct and sportsmanship towards opposition and Referee
  • You are responsible for your players conduct and the conduct of your fans
  • Keep your comments and instructions to your players positive
  • Be prepared for injuries

After the Game

  • Congratulate the opposing team and thank the Referee.
  • Get your official score card signed and returned with player passes from the referee
  • Keep your post game talk short and positive. This is not the time to discuss mistakes observed during the game.
  • Report the score to to the league throught the website link provided by the league.
  • If any comments are warranted, good or bad, about the refereeing complete a referee evaluation form and send it to RBJSL. Do not confront the Referee about a call you disagreed with. Please send a copy to our Games Commissioner and Boys/Girls Director.
  • If no referee showed up for the game report this to our Game Commissioner.