Team Manager Responsibilities:
- Keep parents and players informed of all team affairs ex. games/practices/tournaments. This will mean you need to attend most practices and games.
- Attend Coach/Manager meeting at the beginning of the season, and any additional Manager meetings set after. Email with date/time/location will be sent to you.
- Collect fully completed Code of Conduct and Medical Forms for each player on the team. Copy to be scanned and sent to BLA Secretary by April 10th, prior to any tournament/season games.
- Responsible for all team equipment inventory; jerseys, balls, goalie equipment. You must coordinate with the Equipment Director to return all equipment ASAP once provincials/David Fehr Tournament are complete.
- Collect a $150 post-dated cheque from each family, to be kept until the end of the season. If families earn their volunteer points, cheques will be returned. If not, cheques will be turned in the BLA Treasurer and cashed.
- Keep track of all volunteer hours/points. Each family will be responsible to earn a specific amount of volunteer hours per season.
- Register your team for any tournaments they wish to enter. You will be responsible to collect funds from parents and make payment for the tournament as your team sees fit. You must also ensure this does not interfere with the regular season schedule. Advise the BLA Registrar by April 3rd of what tournament your team will attend.
- Discuss and decide with your coach if your team will be attending the David Fehr Festival/Provincials. You must complete and submit the ALA Intent form, which must be received with payment of $750.00 by June 1st. This fee must be collected from parents if your team plans to attend. Please advise the BLA Registrar by May 15th if your team will attend, so provisions can be made for practices.
- Schedule the box for your team. If you are the home team you will require 3 people in the box and if you are the away team you will require 2 people in the box. Division of duties is usually decided by the parents assigned to the box at the beginning of the game. Consider holding a “how-to” session to show everyone how to use the score clock so they aren’t afraid to try it.
- Schedule someone to sell 50/50 tickets if your team is choosing to run their own 50/50. Keep all tickets in an envelope (with date sold) to pass in at the end of the season. You must also have the winner ensure they sign for their winnings and provide a phone number in case verification is required.
- Submit Game sheets to your Age Coordinator within 24 hours of the game being finished!! No Exceptions!!
Game sheets must have the following information on them:
- Work with the coaches to create a positive, healthy and fun environment for both parents and players.