Wisconsin united fc

Club Policies

Player Policies

Player Failure to Place Policy

Registration of your child with WI United FC does not guarantee a place in the Club’s Programs. As we do our best to give as many players the ability to play as possible, there may be instances where your child will be turned away. Such instances include, but are not limited to, the inability to create enough teams due to lack of players, inability to find a coach, late registrations, unsuccessful payments, and missing payment deadlines.

Player Pick Up Policy

WI United FC paid coaches are required and our volunteer coaches are requested to stay at the field until the last player is picked up. This policy applies to players from age 4 through age 18 and is designed to ensure your child’s safety.

Additionally, all coaches are requested to have a “two-deep” player policy, meaning, coaches should never find themselves in a position being alone with a child. As a result, it is important that parents and guardians drop off and pick up their players from practice on time.

While we understand that many parents have hectic schedules and getting to and from practices can present challenges, it is important to note that we rely on many volunteers and professional coaches who similarly have demanding schedules and often need to leave immediately following your child’s practice. Should a coach need to leave the field area while children are still present, children may only be left with an adult (this includes parents) that have completed a volunteer disclosure form and submitted the form to the WI United FC office. You can find our Volunteer Disclosure form on our website.

Player Right to Refuse Policy

WI United FC reserves the right to refuse participation for any reason, except for reasons of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or if all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance programs.

Most importantly, the majority of reasons include perpetual negative or abusive parent/guardian or player behavior or repeated non-payment of registration fees without resolve to cure.

Reasons for refusal may include negative or abusive parent/guardian behavior, negative or abusive player behavior, or repeated non-payment of fees.

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