Receiving a yellow or red card in a game
If a player is shown a yellow card by a referee during a game, it is a caution for your play. If you are shown a second card during the same game you will be ejected from that game. Your two yellows become a red card. You will then have to sit out the next league game but can practice.
If a player accumulates three yellow cards over time you will have to sit out you next league game.
This also happens if you get five yellows, you sit again,
If a player or any coaching staff are shown a red card during a game, they have to sit out the next league game and will then be called to a hearing by the District Discipline Board to answer for your actions during the game.
If a parent or fan is ejected from a game they will have to come to a hearing along with the head coach to answer for their actions during the game
Please contact your club district representative if you have any questions.