Resources and FAQ
Parent Code of Conduct
Parents of our players represent the club, and indeed are key members of the South Delta United community. Just as with our coaches and players, there are expectations of our parents.
BC Soccer Resource
BC Soccer’s “The Educated Parent” document was designed to assist parents in supporting their children’s development within the game.
Respect In Sport for Parents was developed as a grassroots online tool so sport and community organizations can deliver on their commitment to creating a safer environment for all participants; coaches, managers, trainers, administrators, and even parents!
CLUB CHARTER PROGRAM
South Delta United is proud to be working towards completing its application to become a Club Charter Standard 1 club for 2017.
The BC Soccer Club Charter program has been developed to provide support for clubs and to ensure clubs are meeting set standards to further enhance the development of players, coaches, referees and parents at the grassroots level.
For more information on the Club Charter Program, CLICK HERE
Importance of Body Language. A great watch for parents and players. UCONN Women's Basketball Coach Geno Aruiemma
BT Sports Films. No Hunger In Paradise. Based on the book by award-winning author Michael Calvin, 'No Hunger In Paradise' explores the academy system and the pressures and pitfalls that prevent young players from making it as a professional footballer.
Frequently Asked Questions
About South Delta Utd
South Delta United Soccer Club’s primary focus is to provide a total, well-rounded and positive soccer experience for the player, coach, referee, and parent. All SDU programming is put together with the CSA's Long Term Player Development Plan in mind.