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Respecting the Game
Break Away Sports is committed to quality soccer and service. Break Away believes that good character is the foundation on which good soccer is played and good business is conducted. These principles include being responsible and respecting the game by coaches, spectators, parents and players; fairness - sporting behavior on and off the field; our professional coaches are concerned with skill development as well as character development; and our quality staff not only creates a fair and enjoyable playing atmosphere, but also act as trusted experts for soccer information.
Break Away organizes many leagues for our customers, but competition is not all about winning, but enjoying the social game and extending personal limits. Break Away also stresses Sportsmanship and Fair Play in league play, officiating and instructional classes. As a result of this emphasis on Fair Play we create a safer environment - minimizing flagrant play that may result in injury. This also allows increased opportunities to take chances and skill development on the field.
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Examples of Break Away commitment to a healthy family atmosphere.
- Break Away does not just run a lot of lucrative tournaments - an overemphasis on winning and overplay can lead to burn out and injury
- No alcohol is served while youth play games
- Continual seminars for parents and players in conjunction with Meriter Sports Medicine
- Demonstrate appropriate responses to victory and defeat in our Academy programs
- Working together for a common goal - team work - are an integral part of our Break Away teams
- Our referees are reliable and accountable
In addition Break Away is recognized as an innovative soccer leader in the Madison area. Break Away was the first complex built for indoor soccer; first to bring small sided soccer to the Madison area, and first to bring rubber-filled turf fields to the indoor game. Soccer is our priority. Break Away does what are best practices to develop soccer players
Break Away is also a valuable contributor to the community - developing partnerships and programs with Second Harvest Food Bank- Champion's League Food Drive; MAYSA - Alan Gould Scholarship Fund; Millennium SC - Give me Five as well as many other charitable groups. With the graciousness of our customers, these programs thrive.
These character principles promote good soccer and support our business model to create a social and family atmosphere for exercise and healthy life through soccer.