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  • Mass Schedule
    Monday: 8:30am
    Tuesday: 8:30am, & (7:00pm Labor Day-Memorial Day)
    Wednesday: 8:30am
    Thursday: 8:30am
    Friday: 8:30am
    Saturday: 8:30am, 5:00pm Confessions 4:00pm
    Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, Noon, and 7:00pm

    Holy Days: 7:00pm Vigil Mass, 8:30am & 7:00pm Mass of the Day
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    Rules and Policies

    The concession stand is an important resource for the program and the main reason that we are able to keep this program going at such a reasonable fee.

    In order to have enough resources and spread the work throughout the program, each team will have a minimum of one designated day & time slot to help run the concession stand.


    Soccer can be a physical, contact sport when two opposing players both want the soccer ball:

    • Bumping or going shoulder-to-shoulder while competing for a ball is not a foul until the hands or elbows come up.
    • Sliding and Slide Tackling is prohibited.
    • A player cannot play the ball while on the ground.
    • A player cannot kick, trip, jump at, charge, strike, push, grab, hold, or spit at an opponent.
    • Fouls will result in an immediate direct kick and the player will receive a warning, if a second violation occurs the player will be removed from the game.
    • Fighting will not be tolerated and result in an expulsion from the league.
    • Unsportsmanlike conduct including inappropriate language directed toward a coach, player, opponent or referee is prohibited.


    • Pets, alcoholic beverages and tobacco use at a field, practice or game is prohibited.
    • Coaches, players, parents, and spectators are NOT allowed behind the soccer goal during a game.
    • Players are prohibited from grabbing or hanging on the soccer nets.
    • Spectators are not allowed on the field unless directed to do so by a coach, referee or league director.

    A player must not use equipment or wear anything which is dangerous to themselves or another player:

    • Jewelry of any kind (rings, watches, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, etc…)
    • Barrettes, hair pins, or hair clips.
    • Hats, visors, bandanas, etc… are not permitted on the field. (Religious affiliations are exempt)
    • Players with braces should use a mouth guard.
    • Players are prohibited from grabbing or hanging on the soccer nets.
    • Casts are prohibited.

    We provide a team shirt that you get to keep. You will need soccer shoes (gym shoes are o.k. for 3-4 year olds), shin guards, a soccer ball and a refillable water bottle.

    Soccer Shoes:
    Ages 5 and up must have soft-cleat soccer shoes for their safety. Football, softball, or baseball cleats are not allowed. These shoes have a toe cleat which is considered dangerous in soccer.

    Shin Guards:
    Shin Guards are mandatory.

    Shin guards must be covered entirely by the soccer socks. You may also wear an “all-in-one” soccer sock that has a sewn-in shin guard.

    The league will not allow a person to play or practice soccer without covered shin guards and soft-cleat soccer shoes.

    Soccer Ball:
    Size 3 ball for 3-4 division
    Size 4 ball for 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 divisions

    Refillable water bottle:
    In order to reduce trash and eliminate one-time use plastic products from ending up in a landfill, we recommend that parents bring a refillable water bottle for use during practices and games.

    Teams will sit on opposite sides of each field. The middle of each sideline is reserved for coaches and players only. Spectators are to avoid sitting directly next to a team and are to sit off to the side.

    The referee and/or coach will perform an equipment check prior to the start of each game. Any player that misses equipment check will not be eligible to participate until the start of the 2nd half of the game.

    By registering your child in our program, you accept and understand:

    • Pets, alcoholic beverages and tobacco use at a field, practice or game is prohibited.
    • You will take responsibility for any litter that you create and will do your best to keep all of our soccer areas clean.
    • Unsportsmanlike conduct including inappropriate language directed toward a coach, player, opponent or referee is prohibited.
    • You will be respectful to the program. You will understand that people make mistakes. The league coordinators, coaches and referees are volunteers, giving their own time doing something that most people are unable or unwilling to do.
    • You understand that you have the responsibility to set an example of good sportsmanship and behavior at your child’s game.
    • If you do not follow the rules of proper conduct, you will be asked to leave the premises and risk being removed from the program.

    Parking is available in the church and school parking lots. Parking is also available along residential streets.  Please park in designated parking spaces only. In order to be good neighbors to the area surrounding Cabrini, please do not block homeowner’s driveways or use them to drop-off your kids.

    Soccer is played in all kinds of weather, except thunder and lightening. Please dress your child accordingly. In the event of thunder and lightening, play will be suspended until weather conditions improve. Coaches will be notified on the field by a league director.

    Games may be cancelled due to poor field conditions or the likelihood that weather conditions may worsen and not improve.

    Good sportsmanship is when teammates, opponents, coaches, and officials treat each other with respect. Kids learn the basics of sportsmanship from the adults in their lives, especially their parents and their coaches. Kids who see adults behaving in a sportsmanlike way gradually come to understand that the real winners in sports are those who know how to persevere and to behave with dignity — whether they win or lose a game.

    Parents can help their kids understand that good sportsmanship includes both small gestures and heroic efforts. It starts with something as simple as shaking hands with opponents after a game and includes acknowledging good plays made by others and accepting bad calls gracefully. Displaying good sportsmanship isn’t always easy: It can be tough to congratulate the opposing team after losing a close or important game. But the kids who learn how to do it will benefit in many ways.

    Kids who bully or taunt others on the playing field aren’t likely to change their behavior when in the classroom or in social situations. In the same way, a child who practices good sportsmanship is likely to carry the respect and appreciation of other people into every other aspect of life.

    Please remember that this is a volunteer program. We cannot have a program without volunteers. Many people give of their own time to coordinate, coach and run the program. If you are unhappy with a director, coach, referee or any part of the soccer program, we would be happy to have you join our volunteer family.  Please email us at cabriniboosters@catholicweb.com for more information.