Coaches

BSC’s Code of Ethics for Coaches

I will embrace the idea that having fun, improving skills, sportsmanship, and respecting yourself by doing your best is more important than winning.

I will teach my players fair play, respecting the rules of the game, the officials and our opponents.

I will ensure that all players receive equal amount of playing time, support and instruction.

I will interact with officials and other coaches in a positive and respectful manner.

I will respect social conventions (shaking hands, acknowledging good play by my own team as well as the team we are playing).

If there is a dispute on the field about a call, I will handle it either on a time out, at half time or at the end of the game.

I will be reasonable when scheduling practices, remembering that my players might have other interests and obligations that they must meet.


Long Term Player Development (LTPD)

Soccer is changing in Ontario! These changes will affect the way soccer is played in Brock.

For more information on what LTPD is all about, please watch the video below, or click here


Coaching Information

We are always looking for Coaches, Assistant Coaches and volunteers. For detail, please ask any member of the Executive Team for details, or contact us here.

All coaches, referees and other volunteers working with the Brock Soccer Club must provide us with a current police check. To obtain a police check, please download and complete the following request letter, and have it signed by a member of the Executive Team:

Police Check Request Letter (PDF)