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Respecting The Fields
Submitted By Admin on Tuesday, May 30, 2017
SUFC Coaches, Players, Fans and Parents,  

As we enthusiastically begin this year’s Soccer program with the theme of our guiding principles being the leader in Soccer Development in our Community by providing above average programming, as determined by its membership, in the areas of player, coach and referee advancement, we want to remind you all of some key points when it comes to the use of all of the Soccer Complex’s in our Community.  All of these principals encompass one major theme of RESPECT. The SUFC believes that all of our members will agree as to the importance of this fine quality and our principals.  


Please remember to respect the Soccer Complex and the adjacent Homes and Families that surround it. In previous years, the Club has received some complaints of coaches, fans, parents and players playing in people’s back yards, parking in un-approved areas, littering in the park, public urination, smoking near the pitch, as well as a variety of other activities that are inappropriate and not very respectful.

We understand that this note does not apply to all of our members; however, we did want to ensure that the same message was received by all.  

Our Club is a nonprofit organization, who falls under the guidelines of the Community of Strathroy - Caradoc. We do not own the Soccer Complexes where we practice and play, however we are permitted to use it and jointly operate it with other sports clubs in our community. Our program, delivers community-based competitive/recreation soccer, and physical activity programs for children age Three to Adult. It is our Community so let us please respect it.  

The SUFC encourages healthy lifestyles, fosters independence and inclusion, and promotes personal empowerment. We continue to work with the Strathroy – Caradoc Parks and Recreation Department on making improvements to The Cuddy Complex, The Gemini Sportsplex, and the Henk Van Dyk Soccer Complex, and we appreciate the input of all our members.  

Thank you in advance for your cooperation, and we hope you continue to have a great season.  
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