Registration Information For DUSC
Welcome to BSL
Bismarck Soccer League was created
to provide a fun, non-competitive organization to build soccer in
Bismarck, ND. We provide a healthy soccer environment for boys and
girls Grades K-6. Our recreational outdoor soccer seasons are in the
Spring and in the Fall.
Bismarck Soccer League has a major need for volunteer board members!
The positions require minimal time, but there are many positions to
be filled. Please contact us at
BSL needs your help!
Besides needing volunteers to coach our teams,
BSL also needs volunteers for grade coordinators. A grade
coordinator usually volunteers for a one-year commitment (one boys'
and girls' season). The responsibilities include working closely
with the Executive Director to contact potential coaches. Grade Coordinators are part of the BSL board which
meet every 2nd Sunday of the month. Coordinators are invaluable to
the success of BSL! Please consider volunteering.
BSL Volunteer Position
Coaches Risk Management
Each coach/assistant coach of a BSL team MUST complete the online ND
Youth Soccer Association Risk Management form. This form may be used
in a random background check to protect the children in BSL. The
information can be found at
Bismarck Soccer League Zero Tolerance Policy
Bismarck Soccer League (BSL) is a recreational youth soccer
organization run by volunteers. This organization is designed to
provide a safe and fun place for kids to play soccer while building
sportsmanship and camaraderie. In keeping with the spirit in which
this organization was founded, BSL requires that all participants
including players, coaches, parents, spectators and officials,
behave with courtesy and respect and, assist us by providing a safe,
encouraging and positive atmosphere during practices, games,
scrimmages and other events, as such BSL has a zero tolerance policy
in regards to unsportsmanlike conduct, foul language, verbal or
physical abuse or harassment towards another player, parent, coach,
official, or board member.
Any individual who is displaying inappropriate behavior will be
asked to leave the soccer game immediately. When a board member has
been informed that an individual has been inappropriate, he/she may
be asked to appear before the board for an explanation. The Board
shall impose such penalty as they feel is warranted.
A coach cannot, under any condition, dispute an official call on the
field in an argumentative fashion. Arguing with an official or with
another coach, player or parent will not be tolerated and is grounds
for removal from the game, and possibly from the program. An
official’s call is final and is not eligible for protest.
Decisions of BSL are final and no protests will be
BSL's Basic Philosophy
To insure FUN for all
To promote POSITIVE ATTITUDES toward fitness
To promote the concept of TEAM WORK and FAIR PLAY
To promote FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
To insure EQUAL participation
To promote SPORTSMANSHIP
To promote basic soccer skills
Forms & Info
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