1. Each player must wear:
- the issued shirt (tucked in), shorts, and socks (pulled up);
- shin-guards (covered completely by the sock);
- regulation soccer shoes, gym shoes, or sneakers (with or without rubber cleats). Soccer shoes with cleats are strongly recommended for all games and practices. Screw-in cleats must be in good condition. Metal cleats and toe cleats are not allowed. "Baseball shoes" which have a toe cleat may be used only if the toe cleat is removed, e.g., sawed off with no sharp edges.
2. Players may not wear anything that is dangerous to any player. This includes, but is not limited to:
- splints, casts, metal bracelets, rings, earrings, wristwatches, and hair barrettes. Referees have a Player Equipment list which describes their policies. The referee's decision on the legality of player apparel is final
- Long hair must be tied back (rubber band, scrunchee or cloth headband). Prescription eyeglasses should be secured. Sunglasses are not permitted. Only goalkeepers may wear "soft" knee or elbow pads and head caps. They may also wear "warm-up" pants when the weather is cold or when the goal area is not covered with grass.
- The uniform should be worn only for regularly scheduled league games and official practice games.
- Additional clothing, such as shirts and long pants, may not be worn over the uniform while a player is participating in a game. Sweatshirts or "bicycle shorts" may be worn under the uniform in cold or wet weather if their color matches the uniform. Players not attired in proper uniform are not allowed to play until properly dressed.