Welcome to our CPYBL Coordinators page. This is a public page geared towards the program coordinators of our member communities, or for communities that are checking us out and might be interested in joining our league. You will find the following information on this page: Season Timeline, League Meeting Cadence, Levels of Play, Rules Information, Conduct and Incident Management, and Notifications. If you have any questions not answered here, please feel free to email us.
Coordinators need to be fully aware of the league rules in order to provide guidance to their coaches and parents. Please take the time to read through the rules before you have your preseason coaches meeting. Not knowing the league rule is not an excuse for violating a league rule.
In regards to conduct, we expect all coaches, parents (spectators), players, and referees to comply with our codes of conduct and behave themselves in an appropriate manner before, during, and after league games. The leagues takes all reports of improper conduct seriously and conducts a speedy yet thorough investigation by getting statements from uninvolved third parties. We also consult with coordinators not involved with the incident in question to gain a third-party view on the situation. Any sanctions that apply to the incident are typically handed down before the start of the following weekend. All individuals are responsible for their own behavior!
All coordinators and coaches are given access to portals which gives them access to information that is not available to the general public and allows them to conduct league business. When an account is created for a coordinator, the coordinator is given instance access to their portal.
All players in your organization must have a Liability Waiver on file with the league. When a waiver is completed, we attempt to match it up with a roster entry based on the following information the parent filled out on the form: team, player last name, player date of birth. Coordinators can cross check their on-line rosters to see which players are missing waivers so that they can follow-up with the parents of the player.