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Recognizing Players / Coaches
The coaches and players in ICSL make-up a large "family". We spend many hours each weekend together and sometimes we argue like "family" and other times we get a chance to refocus on the real reason we are doing this....the kids. Whenever a part of the "family" hurts we all understand that it could be one of our own kids or players and we empathize with the parents and teammates. Showing our appreciation of them as individuals is a simple gesture we support. 

The league is open to that and and the same time wants to ensure that any extra armbands, wristbands or other tokens do not cause a potential safety issue on the field. We want to ensure that we balance Safety with the desire to recognize that person.

As an example, we have investigated the wearing of "soft" "tennis-type" wristbands and have determined that they are appropriate for our league. Rubber wristbands are not allowed as they have a greater chance of causing pain to the players. We also follow the IHSA and IYSA rules and guidelines and we are aligned with them in this simple recognition. If the team wishes to have a blanket or any other celebration of an individual, please contact Rick Walker and we will make every attempt to grant those wishes and to recognize that individual in the appropriate manner.

Other Supporting Documents
Background Check
Adults participating in the ICSL league need to perform an annual Background Check (Referees (>18 yrs old), Coaches, Assistant Coaches), which is managed through the IYSA link below: 
https://www.e7sports2.com/E7/Registration/Soccer/IL_State_08/Player_reg/Bk_reg_select_type_menu.php
Uniforms
Each uniform must contain a number printed on the back of the jersey. There may be no duplicate numbers per team.   It can be printed T-Shirts to full uniforms, including socks, jersey, shorts.  All players must wear approved cleats, shin guards and conform to the safety guidelines as described in the Safety Document.
Sponsors
Sponsors can provide financial support to individual teams; ICSL is not currently set-up to handle donations.  ICSL is a 501c non-profit organization.
Rescheduling Games
Please see Rules document for additional information.  Simply put, rescheduled games are the responsibility of the coach, who must contact the opposing coach and referees.  Teams are responsible for referees fees regardless of the number of players fielded.
If ICSL has to reschedule a game due to weather, field conflicts, referee availability, etc. then league directors will alert the community coordinators/coaches to the adjusted schedules.




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