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Game Day Information

Where do I find the game schedule?

In the Team Central menu, choose Team Directory. Then click on the Calendar link for your team.

How do I find the field?

The field is listed on your Calendar event. Click the location to display a map. Each game has a location (ex: "Delia Park") and a field (ex: "S-2").

A note about Delia Park: 

Delia has TWO sections. The main park off of 18 Mile Rd. has the full-sized fields. The small fields (for 6U and 8U) are only accessible from Ryan Rd. This is also where the tennis courts are located.

What jersey color should I wear?

Wear blue if you are the home team and red if you are the away team. However, always bring both jerseys. We don't always know what color an out-of-region team might be. And sometimes... stuff happens. We should always have a backup.

Is there an app for that?

Yes! The Game Changer app available for both Android and iPhone will connect to our site and provide up-to-date information.

Sorry, No dogs (or other pets) allowed

We're sure Fido is the best-behaved, most-loveable pooch in the world. However, some kids are not accustomed to dogs or other pets. Zoophobia is one of the most common fears in children and pet allergies are some of the most common among people. In keeping with our national policies and guidelines, we do not allow pets at the field.

What if we can't be at the game or practice?

Coaches make lineups and practice plans ahead of the event. Please let them know well in advance if you cannot attend. The most useful tool for team communication is the Game Changer app (see above). It allows direct messaging as well as an event RSVP. If it is two hours or less prior to the event, please call or send a direct message to the coach.

Oh behave!

Players play. Coaches coach. Parents cheer! Your kids won't hear you telling them what to do at every step of the way. But the officials and the opposing sideline will hear every little comment you make. This isn't world cup soccer and we aren't playing for a spot in the playoffs. Don't like the call? Oh well. That's part of the game and the game will go on. Good Sportsmanship is one of our core philosophies and we expect our sidelines to be a good example just as much as the players.

If an official deems a sideline to be unruly or unsportsmanlike, the coach will be asked to address the behavior. Parents and coaches may be dismissed from the field for bad sideline behavior. Anyone who is dismissed from the game will be suspended for the following game on the first offence. On a second offence the suspension will be for the rest of the scheduled games. Let's keep it positive out there!

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c/o Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation, 40250 Dodge Park Rd.
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48313

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 586-446-2700
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