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NSYSA Disciplinary InstructionsPrintable


I Received A Card/Warning/Expulsion. Now What Do I Do?

So, you received a Card/Warning/Expulsion at a match under the Authority of NSYSA and you don't know what to do.

Let's try to review/explain the process so you are aware of what you Must Do and what you Can Do.

NSYSA has an Approved NSYSA Disciplinary Policy (Policy #004) that covers the disciplinary process used by the NSYSA Disciplinary Committee in conjunction with the NSYSA Operating Procedures (Article 11).

Click here to view the NSYSA Disciplinary Policy (Policy #004):More


You Received A Yellow Card/Warning.

A Yellow Card/Caution or Warning was issued during a match.

You are not required to attend any hearing. There are no pre-scheduled disciplinary hearings for one to simply attend. Your misconduct will be adjudicated by the NSYSA Disciplinary Committee following receipt of the report.

Should you wish to contest the Card/Warning that was issued, you must formally request a Disciplinary Hearing in accordance with the NSYSA Disciplinary Policy noted above.

Please note that should you receive three (3) Yellow Cards / Cautions /Warnings in a season that are upheld by the Committee, you will be required to Sit from your next match and one (1) additional match for each subsequent Yellow Cards/Warning that you receive and that is upheld by the Committee.


You Received A Red Card or were Expelled.

A Red Card was issued or you were Expelled during a match.

You are not required to attend any hearing. There are no pre-scheduled disciplinary hearings for one to simply attend. Your misconduct will be adjudicated by the NSYSA Disciplinary Committee following receipt of the report.

A one game suspension is automatic unless:
The individual is contacted by the Disciplinary Committee and advised in writing that a greater suspension may apply. Reference the Sanctions noted under the NSYSA Operating Procedures {Article 11 Section H / I } to determine if a greater than one game suspension may be applicable.
OR
The individual is contacted by the Disciplinary Committee and advised in writing that the SendOff/Expulsion has been canceled.

Should you wish to contest the Card that was issued or Expulsion, you must formally request a Disciplinary Hearing-> in accordance with the NSYSA Disciplinary Policy noted above.


NSYSA Disciplinary Committee

Should you have any questions or concerns about a Misconduct Issue and/or the NSYSA Disciplinary Committee, please contact the NSYSA Disciplinary Director at disciplinary@d4soccer.org


What should you do if you receive a Card/Warning/Expulsion and you are participating in a NSYSA League but do not Reside with NSYSA?

If you are participating on a NSYSA league and you receive a Card (Yellow / Red) or receive a Warning/Expulsion and reside outside the geographical boundaries of the Association, your misconduct/s will still be adjudicated by the NSYSA Disciplinary Committee following receipt of the report. If you wish to request a Disciplinary Hearing to Contest a card, you must do so in accordance with the NSYSA Disciplinary Policy noted above. However, the Association has no desire to force individuals residing outside the district boundaries to physically travel to a hearing location within NSYSA. Accordingly, should a formal hearing be scheduled, accommodations will be made to help allow such members to attend such a hearing via a telephone conference call.

Again, should you have any questions or concerns about a Misconduct Issue and/or the NSYSA Disciplinary Committee, please contact the NSYSA Disciplinary Director at disciplinary@NSYSAsoccer.org


What should you do if you receive a Card/Warning/Expulsion and you are NSYSA Team/Member participating in a non-NSYSA controlled League (i.e. PDL, Washington Youth State League or District III)?

If you are a NSYSA Member participating in a non-NSYSA league and you receive a Card (Yellow / Red) or receive a Warning/Expulsion, your misconduct/s will be adjudicated by the applicable Leagues Disciplinary Committee and not by the NSYSA Disciplinary Committee.

Please address any questions regarding disciplinary matters/actions from such a league to that particular Disciplinary Committee/League.