RULES AT SCORe

Restrictions

  • No Dogs or other Pets Allowed – STRICTLY ENFORCED
  • No Smoking Allowed Anywhere on the Premises
  • No Alcoholic Beverages Allowed Anywhere on the Premises
  • No Grills or Open Flames Allowed Anywhere on the Premises
  • No Firearms Allowed
  • No Fireworks Allowed
  • No Excessive Noisemakers Allowed – NO VUVUZELAS, AIR HORNS, DRUMS, ETC
  • No Parking on Grass unless otherwise indicated or marked
  • NO RV’s in SCORe

Please

  • Drive carefully & slowly through the parking lots
  • Do not leave children unattended
  • Instruct your children to find a referee or come to the Players Center/Concessions Stand if they become lost

Spectator / Coach Behavior

** Referees and/or Racine United and SCORe Officials have the right to ask any person to leave the facility at any time

For the enjoyment of players/coaches/fans, all spectators are expected to demonstrate good sportsmanship toward referees/coaches/players and abide by the Spectator Code of Conduct:

  • Remember that young people participate for their enjoyment and benefit, not yours
  • Applaud good performance and efforts from all individuals and teams. Congratulate all participants on their performance regardless of the game's outcome
  • Respect the decisions of officials and teach players to do the same
  • Never ridicule or scold a player for making a mistake. Positive comments are motivational
  • Condemn the use of violence in any form, whether it is by spectators, coaches, officials or players
  • Show respect for your team's opponents. Without them there would be no game
  • Encourage players to follow the rules and the decisions of officials
  • Not use foul language or harass players, coaches or officials
  • Respect the rights, dignity, and worth of every young person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion
  • Believe that referees, just as coaches and players, are attempting to do their best. Remember that some of them are children too. Negative comments directed to referees will not be tolerated
  • Understand that my attitude can influence the players, coaches and spectators