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Duties of the Field Marshal

Duties of the Field Marshal include the following:

1. Wear your Field Marshal shirt-the visible presence on the field makes a big difference.  

2. Check all first aid equipment. 

 

3. Walk all the fields and check for debris

4. Introduce yourself to all the Refs and both coaches before the games. Let them know to contact you if there are any problems.  

5. Keep parents behind the parent line and outside of penalty box.

6. Keep unruly coaches, parents and spectators calm. If a problem persists contact a board member.

7. If you see dogs leashed or unleashed, kindly remind owners that this is strictly forbidden. The liability is too great if a child gets hurt.  

8. Keep any unauthorized vendors off all the fields. 

The Field Marshal is an important role for the Club.  He/She is the “go-to” person on the field for information.  We appreciate you treating the position with the respect it deserves.

Emergency contact #’s: 

Joe Princiotta  jprince71@optonline.net  201-376-3972 Field Marshall issues

Mike Boulos    StingChop@aol.com  732-513-2172 Referee issues

                       

 

Duties of the Field Marshal include the following:

 

HORN PROCEDURES FOR U5 DIVISION ONLY

 

  1. Walk to the center of Field 1 or A and inform coaches to get their team ready to start at the sound of the HORN.  Proceed to next field and repeat. 
  2. Once you see all fields ready to start BLOW HORN ONCE (1). Start of period one (1). Start you clock for next horn period.
  3. After four minutes (4) BLOW HORN ONCE (1). End of period one (1). Start you clock for next horn period.
  4. Coaches should now make substitutions and can start play as soon as they are ready-no horn necessary.
  5. After five minutes from last horn blown, BLOW HORN ONCE (1). End of period two (2).  Start you clock for next horn period.
  6. Coaches should now make substitutions and can start play as soon as they are ready-no horn necessary.  
  7. After five minutes from last horn blown, BLOW HORN ONCE (1). End of period three (3).  Start you clock for next horn period.
  8. Coaches should now make substitutions and can start play as soon as they are ready-no horn necessary.  
  9. After five minutes from last horn blown, BLOW HORN TWICE (2). End of period four (4), GAME OVER.  Start you clock for next horn period. 
  10. Teams have five (5) minutes to move to their next field assignment.
  11. After five minutes from last horn blown, BLOW HORN ONCE (1) to start period one (1). Start you clock for next horn period.
  12. Repeat STEPS 3-10 for completion of 3 GAMES.