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Discipline
 How does League Discipline work?
 How do Discipline fines work?
 How does Cup Discipline work?
 
Discipline
How does League Discipline work?
 A player who accumulates three yellow cards in league play will be suspended for one game. A player who accumulates two more (five total) yellow cards in league play will be suspended for another game. A player who accumulates one more (six total) yellow cards in league play will be suspended until they appear before the Discipline Committee. A player who is under suspension for a game that is defaulted, will be deemed to have served a suspension for that game, regardless of which team forfeited the game. Accumulations of yellow cards in League play will not be carried over to Cup play and accumulation of yellow cards in Cup play will not be carried over to League play. League suspensions will apply to all VMSL playoff games related to relegation, promotion, divisional and sectional championship and league placement for Provincial Cup qualification. Both League suspensions and Cup suspensions will be carried over from season to season.
How do Discipline fines work?
 Each game suspension carries a $20 fine. Fines left unpaid by the time the suspension is served, will increase at a rate of $20 per week starting after the suspension is served, with the next eligible game for that player. Fines can be paid from your Team Page or by e-transferring fine amounts to payments@vmslsoccer.com.
How does Cup Discipline work?
 Cup Discipline is tracked separately from League Discipline. A player who accumulates three yellow cards in league cup play will be suspended for one cup game. Accumulations of yellow cards in League play will not be carried over to Cup play and accumulation of yellow cards in Cup play will not be carried over to League play. Both League suspensions and Cup suspensions will be carried over from season to season.