Parents Corner

Uniforms and Club Gear

To purchase Suffolk FC merchandise or Advanced and Select uniforms click here.

SYAA by-laws

The SYAA by-laws can be found here.

Code of Conduct

The SYAA Parents Code of Conduct is located here.

Concussion Policy

The SYAA Concussion Policy is located here.

2016 Parent Handouts

U4-6 Rec Parent Handout 2016
Instructions: for best view, print 2 sided, flip on short edge

U8 Rec Parent Handout 2016
Instructions: for best view, print 2 sided, flip on short edge

Thunder/ Lightning Policy

SYAA follows the 30/30 rule.

By way of definition, dangerous weather such as thunderstorms and tornadoes constitute unplayable conditions, if any one of the following is present:

  • Lightning is observed

  • Reports of lightning strikes the ground within ten miles of the playing site.

  • Thunder is heard with or without the presence of lightning, Severe thunderstorm and/or tornado warnings are in effect.

SYAA club reps, coaches, team officials, and referees should be advised that if ANY of the above conditions exist a match or training session should be suspended. At the sign of any thunder/lightning all play stops immediately and cannot resume until 30 minutes after the last thunder/lightning observation. The safety of all is the only concern.  There will be no consideration given to cost, inconvenience or advantage due to the necessity of a time delay or replay/reschedule.

 What to do if caught in the open during Lightning:

  • Most deaths occur when a person is in the open, under a tree or touching a large metal object like a goal.  In the open, crouch or seek the lowest spot available.  Move away from isolated tall objects.

  • Get away from open vehicles, such as pickup truck beds, convertibles, bicycles, motorcycles, etc.

  • If you feel an electrical charge, your hair stands on end or your skin tingles, lightning may be about to strike you – Drop to the ground immediately

  • If someone is struck by lightning, start mouth to mouth and cardiopulmonary resuscitation immediately and call 911.

  • Seek shelter in a large building or enclosed automobile.