WMYSA is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Director of Communications, Statistician, Clinic Coordinator and two At-Large Members. This group in conjunction with our small paid administrative team regularly reviews rules, regulations and fees for consistency and to ensure they do not conflict with our core mission.
Consistency, fair play and sportsmanship are the key elements targeted in our review as we strive for high quality, competitive and fair soccer for youth in West Michigan. Within the context of this broad principle, the Board may interpret the rules and regulations with discretion where appropriate. Potential disciplinary violations are reviewed by the Disciplinary Investigative Committee. This committee is made up of the President, Vice President and Administrative Team. If sanctions are imposed by the Disciplinary Investigative Committee the individual will have the right to reject the assigned sanction and request the violation be refered to the Disciplainry Review Board instead. The authority of the Disciplinary Investigative Committee extends to:
- Dismiss complaints they feel do not violate WMYSA rules and regulations or do not have sufficient evidence to substantiate.
- Issue forfeits and warnings to first time offenders.
- Refer the complaint/violation to be heard by the Disciplinary Review Board.
- Dismiss the allegations.
- Assign forfeits, assess fees and suspensions as they see fit in accordance with WMYSA rules and regulations.