Here's What You Need to Know for GameDay!
Football is finally back!
TLDR: CPYFA asks all parents, players and fans to be on their best behavior; home games will look different this season; we’re all very excited to play football this season!
With our first tackle games a mere two days away, I thought it prudent to send out a few updates and reminders about what to expect on game day (this Saturday and beyond).
First, our move to Hill Country Youth Football League from AYF in no way negates our expectations of player or parent conduct during games, practices, or CPYFA sanctioned events. Many have already reviewed and signed the Parent/Guardian Permission and Waiver form that documents our parent and player Code of Conduct. For those who have not seen and signed this document, please take a moment to do so. Our Code of Conduct is a critical tenant of our organization and I’d like to take a moment to summarize a few key points that will be paramount this season more than ever:
Parents, guardians, adults and players should act in a respectful and courteous manner at all times.
Rude, indecent or threatening conduct directed toward CPYFA board members, coaches (CPYFA or Visiting), referees/game officials or other parents/fans in attendance will not be tolerated.
The use of excessive profanity or “trash talk” by players or parents while attending or participating in CPYFA games, practices or events is unacceptable and may be grounds for removal.
Fair or otherwise, it only takes one bad actor to leave a negative impression of our organization with each new team that visits our community; that’s not who we are, that’s not Cedar Park.