Any coach who accumulates 3 yellow cards in a MOSA season will result in a 1 game suspension. This does not include tournaments or MOSA cup challenges.
Any coach who accumulates 3 yellow cards during a season will be required to come before the board with their MOSA representative.
Each subsequent yellow card received by the coach will be treated as another 1 game suspension and another appearance before the MOSA board with their MOSA representative.
If the third yellow card is obtained by the coach in the last game of the season, the 1 game suspension will be served by the coach during the first game of the following season in which he coaches in MOSA.
The MOSA board will review the accumulation of 3 yellow cards by a coach in a season and may take into consideration a coach who coaches multiple teams, the length between yellow cards and yellow cards that are given for parent side line behavior.
The MOSA board may impose a minimum fine of $100 for each game suspension issued because of the accumulation of yellow cards by a coach.
A club may appeal the decision to suspend a coach or trainer by writing an email to MOSA within 24 hours of being notified of the suspension.
Player policy will be from 13U – 19U (11v11)
If a player accumulates 4 yellow cards is a season it will result in a 1 game suspension. This does not include tournaments or MOSA cup challenges.
Each subsequent yellow card obtained by the player will result in another 1 game suspension.
The MOSA board will review the accumulation of 4 yellow cards by a player in a season and may take into consideration a player who plays for multiple teams and the length between yellow cards.
A club may appeal the decision to suspend a player by writing an email to MOSA within 24 hours of being notified of the suspension.
Parents / Spectators
Parent policy will be from 8U – 19U
If a team’s sideline receives 3 yellow cards in a MOSA season the club will be required to purchase the Soccer Parenting Association and the team’s parents must complete an online course, determined by the MOSA board, within two weeks.
Failure to comply with completing the online course may result in the forfeiture of games and the club may be fined a minimum of $100.
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will need a copy of primary player pass (from other club) and a permission to
play card (from MOSA) to be allowed to participate on a MOSA team. The information must also show up on "Secondary Pass List for Referees" on the MOSA website to be valid. Secondary Player Passes are not allowed to be utilized as "Club Pass" players.
Secondary Passes have to be submitted before the start of week 6 or the will not be approved until the following season!