THE SOCCER ALASKA
CODE OF CONDUCT
Soccer Alaska is the largest amateur soccer program in the state and offer games all year long. We need everybody who participates in the League to follow these super simple and basic practices in order to keep everyone safe and happy.
- Everyone needs to be kind, courteous, and respectful toward everybody else – all the time.
- The Dome has an amazing and hardworking staff whose primary job is to help everyone stay safe. The Dome staff are empowered to make decisions and adjustments as needed without Dome managerial or League Administrator approval. Everybody at The Dome needs to follow all instructions from any Dome staff member.
- While playing games in The Dome, parents need to monitor and maintain their children’s behavior all the time. It’s especially important that kids under 14 not be allowed to wander around the facility or to play with the equipment – this could be very dangerous to kids or to others. Parents need to always be in charge of their kids.
- The Dome’s huge multisport turf is the best in Alaska! Help us keep it clean and safe: Please don’t spit on the turf, and keep all food and drinks (other than water) away. Food and drinks can be enjoyed everywhere except the turf. Things like changing diapers and trimming toenails are obviously not appropriate on the turf. This also applies to outdoor turf fields that Soccer Alaska rents during the summer.
- It’s very important that everyone be able to get out of The Dome quickly if there’s ever an emergency. Make sure to keep the exit paths clear all the time – please avoid putting goals, bags, chairs, strollers, equipment, people, and anything else in the path of any of our clearly marked exits.
- To enter and exit the turf, use either the stairs or the large gate by the sand pits in the northwest of The Dome. The emergency exit gates are only for – you guessed it – emergencies! Never use an emergency exit if it’s not an emergency, and don’t lift up the perimeter nets themselves.
- Alcohol is not allowed in The Dome except during specially designated events, so leave the booze at home! This also applies to outdoor turf fields that Soccer Alaska rents during the summer.
- And finally, remember that although we are player-focused league, Soccer Alaska is a fully private entity and can refuse service to anybody.
We hope you have a wonderful time playing with Soccer Alaska!