• ABSOLUTELY NO CLEATS ALLOWED! NO EXCEPTIONS!!
• Permit Disclosure: No permit but field is usually unoccupied at this time.
• BRING AN ALL WHITE SHIRT
• We play rain or shine!
• PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME - 7:45PM!! Game starts at 8pm sharp .
• NO BALL SMASHING! THIS IS A SPECIAL NIGHT BALL!
• Full rules explained at the game.
Be Positive - Constructive criticism after the game is way better than you yelling at me and complaining during the game.
Be Safe - Want to kick someone really hard? go take jiujitsu. We like our shins.
Be 2! - Play as a team. It take 2 to complete each pass.
Be Generous! - Not just your money (though it helps). We want clapping and good cheers.
The proceeds go to our charity network: http://ps2g.org/charities
All RSVPs are final. No credits or refunds. (It's all for charity anyway)
If the game is cancelled, get a refund by filling out this form.
If you can't afford the meetup fees, please visit our website to learn how to become a game leader. Game Leaders play for free. http://ps2g.org/gameleaders
PS2G raises money for charities that use soccer for social good restoring dignity where it's been lost through the game of soccer. We share the impact of this movement through multiple channels and promote generosity on the field through safe and supportive play.
PS2G - Local Game. Global Change.
Disclaimer By taking part in group activities you hereby are agreeing to the rules and regulation of the meetup. In addition, you acknowledge you are volunteering to play at your own self will and at your own risk. Neither organizer nor assistant organizers are responsible for any injuries or mishaps while partaking in the games. We encourage love of the game and for each other. We encourage friendly competition. Organizers reserve the right to remove players from the game if they refuse to be friendly.
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders