PRACTICE DRESS CODE
Proper practice attire consists of:
- SABA MaroonPractice shirts with Volt SABA NYC across chest (purchased through SABA if players did not receive at preseason camp)
- Black SABAshorts (Volt is only secondary option)
- Black Nike Socks (Volt is only secondary option)
- SABA Hoodie (purchased through SABA)
- SABA Track suit jacket and pants (purchased at soccer.com)
Any player wearing attire that represents teams, programs, or schools, other then SABA, takes away from the cohesive look of the team and club.
PLAYERS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PRACTICE IF:
- They are repeatedly out of dress code. 1 or 2 warnings are sufficient before enforcing players to sit out a practice.
- They wear jeans, khakis, or any attire other then the mandated dress code.
- They do not follow the code of conduct and have been warned.
Proper equipment includes:
- Soccer ball
- Soccer specific cleats and/or indoor shoes (be prepared for the weather)
*Running shoes are not safe for soccer activities
PLYAERS MAY HAVE TO SIT OUT A PORTION OF PRACTICE IF:
- They do not have a soccer ball. A ball is necessary for most activities at training sessions. Therefore, a player cannot participate in an activity that requires a ball.
- They do not wear shin-guards. Once the practice progresses from individual work to activities that may require contact and tackling, players without protection could be asked to sit out.