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Message from the President of FYSA
November 12, 2013 

To Agents of Record, Coaches, Administrators,

Over the past six months there have been an unusual high number of reported incidents of spectator misconduct. These incidents include spectator verbal and physical abuse (fighting) between each other and towards the game officials and site personnel.

This type of behavior has no place in the game and will not be condoned. This behavior must cease immediately.

Since spectators are not registered members of FYSA and at times their identity or team affiliation is not known, FYSA will hold all coaches and managers listed on the game day rosters, individually and jointly responsible for the behavior of all "spectators" identified with their team.

Effective immediately, any reported misconduct documented in either a game report or report from a site director, field marshal etc. will result in the entire staff (coaches and manager) of the team as listed on the game roster receiving game(s) suspension.

The number of games will be assessed based on the seriousness of the incident.

Coach(s),it is your full responsibility to control the spectators. I recommend that all coaches and managers have a heart to heart discussion with your parents and spectators or face the consequences of suspensions. The violence must stop.

Respectfully yours,

Marino Torrens


Florida Youth Soccer

Welcome to the Florida Coast Futbol Club

WELCOME to an exciting 2014-2015 season with the Florida Coast FC. We are looking forward to the kids having a great time this season.       Please make this web site your source for Club and League news.
The Florida Coast FC (FCFC) exists to promote the player's appreciation of soccer, to develop the skills necessary for team play, and to provide equal opportunity for the development of individual players, regardless of their ability.
The philosophy of the FCFC is to teach fundamental soccer skills to all players as well as offer competitive class training to those with the desire. We provide equal emphasis on good sportsmanship, building lasting friendships, and the sheer fun of participation.
The FCFC exists because of the many VOLUNTEER HOURS contributed by the FCFC Board of Directors and the many coaches and assistant coaches.

Volunteer Hours

Do you need to fulfill your Volunteer Hours? There are several ways you can help your club and team. Your coach or team manager can give you more information. Here are the most common ways:

  • Field Marshall a home game
  • Assist in field preparation (Painting, moving goals, setting flags)
  • End of day field cleanup
  • Time spent on team fundraising / donation events
  • Work in the Concession stand (when open)

Please use the Volunteer Form to submit your hours worked in order to receive credit.

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