CLASSIC CITY CENTER FACILITY RULES AND POLICIES

 

1. NO outside food or drink will be permitted inside the building.

2. NO GUM!

3. No cleats are allowed inside the facility.

4. Unauthorized use of the facility or grounds is PROHIBITED.

5. Anyone damaging or vandalizing the property will be held responsible. We reserve the right to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.

6. Water or Gatorade only at the bench area. Coaches are responsible for making sure their team cleans up after themselves.

7. Coach/Captain is to have copy of each player’s birth certificate or driver’s license and a signed waiver turned in prior to the first game.

8. Proper parking in parking lot, we need all the spaces we have.
Vehicles parked in other areas will be towed at the owner’s expense. Handicapped parking spaces are reserved for vehicles with proper handicap identification. All other vehicles parked in handicap spaces will be towed at the owner’s expense.

9. This is a family oriented facility and each player/coach/fan needs to use proper language.

10. NO TOBACCO, DRUGS OR ALCOHOL of any kind on the premises.

11. All children not enrolled in an activity need to stay with parent/guardian. Parents are required to supervise their children unless they are in a Classic City Center game, class, or supervised activity.

12. No outside balls brought into the CCC unless authorized for a planned activity.

13. Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times.

14. The Classic City Center assumes no responsibility for items lost, stolen, or damaged on facility property. All lost items will be held in our lost and found for one month. Please check lost and found frequently.

15. If a player is injured an incident report must be filled out ASAP (within 24 hours) by the coach, player or parent.

16. Coaches should carry first aid kits and extra uniforms to each game. A player with a soiled uniform will not be allowed to play.

17. In the event that a parent/guardian cannot be reached in an emergency, the Classic City Center reserves the right to solicit emergency medical care for an injured player, including paramedic assistance or hospital care. These charges will be made to the individual’s medical insurance.