While at the Eastview Fields...
- At U9-High School, parents/fans are to sit on the opposite side of the field as the teams.
- No allow pets, smoking, or alcohol oat any PCSL events.
- Leave the fields free of trash.
- Drive slowly & cautiously while in the parking lot and do not park in the NO PARKING areas. Parking in the NO PARKING areas creates emergency & safety issues.
While at Game Time Gym...
- Please have your players arrive no more than 15 min. prior to your game time. This will help to control the in & out process and help to cut down on congestion between games.
- Please remind your player to not sit or climb on the inflatable divider.
- Seating is available all around fields. There is also an upstairs viewing area where spectators can sit for FIELD #1.
PCSL encourages participation in youth soccer for what it is-youngsters having fun. Coaches, parents and spectators should show only good adult behavior on the sidelines and act as role models for the younger players. Help create a positive soccer atmosphere. Influence your youngster's soccer experience by following these Sideline Ethics.
Soccer is a fantastic game for fun, exercise, and athletic development. As a matter of fact, soccer provides a means for your young player to acquire athletic skills for other sports as well-skills such as balance, speed, coordination, agility, fitness and other vital components. In this regard, we at PCSL are constantly trying to find ways to improve our communication with you and give material that we hope you find useful for the enjoyment and development of your son or daughter.
The new Prairie Cities Soccer League Parent's Manual has been developed to help you with this. Included in the manual:
- How to help support your child and coach
- What to expect during your child's development
- Learn about PCSL's approach to player development
At the end of the manual, there is a great article, 10 Ways Parents Can Support Their Child, which includes ideas to help your child grow as an athlete and a person. Please check out the Prairie Cities Soccer League Parent's Manual today!
How do you find out if games are cancelled?
Please do not call the PCSL office on rainy, overcast or cold days to inquire about cancellation of league games. We do not cancel merely because it's raining.
Games are played except when the following conditions exist:
Any signs of lightning
An issued Severe Thunderstorm Warning
An issued Tornado Watch or Warning
Severe Cold Temperature
Any other severe weather condition the PCSL Board of Directors considers would endanger our players or volunteers.
Announcements of league cancellations will be announced on the PCSL's website, Twitter account, Facebook page, through email (if timing permits) by 7:30am on game days.
Often times, a severe storm will roll in mid-way through the day. For Game time cancellation decisions, as soon as possible, the website, Twitter & Facebook will be updated, league emails will be sent (if timing permits) and WJBC notified. We rely on coaches to help spread the word to their team parents.
**When weather requires additional clothing, it is to be worn under the uniform, including the socks
Uniforms are required for U7 through High School Age Divisions.
*Uniforms are NOT required for the U5 & U6 Programs.
PCSL's t-shirt sponsor is State Farm Agent, Axel Jimenez. We are excited to have him as part of the PCSL family!
Uniform shirts can only be purchased online through the online store. There are also other soccer essentials offered (shorts, socks, spirit wear, ball) that can be purchased as well. All online orders will be delivered directly to your home.
To Order your uniform > Online Store
Required PCSL Uniform:
- PCSL shirts - 1 royal blue, 1 gold (purchase online only)
- Shorts - 1 royal blue (purchase online or locally)
- Sock - 1 royal blue (purchase online or locally)
- Shin Guards (purchase online or locally)
- Soccer cleats/athletic shoes (purchase locally)
- Soccer Ball (U5-U8 Size 3, U9-U12 Size 4, U14-HS Size 5) (purchase online or locally)
**Soccer shoes or gym shoes are permitted. No baseball or football cleats. Leather street shoes with molded rubber or plastic type soles are illegal. Medical information tags, if worn, have to be taped against the body. Artificial limbs and knee braces are permitted but must be completely padded with no metal or hard material exposed. No earrings, watches or fitness bands allowed. Players wearing orthopedic casts, air-splints, or metal splints will be able to participate if a foam padding (minimum ½” thick) is wrapped around the entire cast or splint, and the padding then wrapped in an “Ace” type bandage.