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We Expect & want ... 

  • Players to be leaders of themselves and on the team;

  • Players to put the "team" over themselves and stats as a player. Examples are timing of passes and sharing the ball; 

  • Players to maintain professional and sportsmanlike behavior at all times;

  • Players to have fun. After all, this is a game. One of the best games every created, so enjoy it for goodness sakes. 

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List of required documents includes:      - Report card showing grade and address, 

- Birth Certificate

- Utility Bill 

Payments can be done on this site on the Payments tab located under the Team & Parent Code section

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Parents, Caretakers & Adults We Expect & want ... 

Parent Code of Conduct:


The Team Providence Program is bigger than one person, player or individual.  It is expected that parents will carry themselves in a respectful manner at all times.

  • We ask you have players at games 40 minutes before the game. If you cannot make it, please let us know the two days or the day before. 

  • You understand that player behavior will affect playing time and even playing on the travel team.  We don't always get the calls we want or outcome but should always maintain a sportsmanlike demeanor. 

  • You to cheer on your child with pride but do not put down anyone else's child

  • You to maintain professional and sportsmanlike behavior at all times like your children;

  • Encourage your players to have fun.  You might not be as happy as the people to the left but you should be cheering for all kids on the team and encourage them to have a good time. 

  • Applaud their child and other children on our Team Providence Travel Team;


Parents should not be:


  • Yelling at the referee in the game.  Every game has good and bad calls with some more than others. Let the coach handle and represent the team.  Yelling at the referee only makes things more adversarial;

  • Yelling at any of the players of our team or the opposing team unless they are your own son; 

  • Sideline coaching and walking on the sides or up and down giving the kids direction. Let the coaches do their job and coach the kids. 


RIYBA Rules for Parents and Fans: 


Admission to tournaments, whether purchased or not, is a privilege and a revocable license and may be withdrawn at the direction of the tournament management representative(s).  Your admission may be refused or revoked without refund for reasons including, but not limited to the following:


  • Obvious abuse of alcohol or other intoxicants

  • Fighting, taunting, or any action that may harm or endanger others in the facility

  • Abusive or foul language and obscene actions

  • Any behavior resulting in the disruption of the game

  • Any other conduct deemed to be beyond the bound of reason for a spectator attending a youth sporting event

Frequently Asked Questions.. 

  • When does the season go from?

    • The season goes from November to March. 

  • When are Travel games?​

    • Travel games are  played on Friday, Saturday or Sunday?  If the team plays on Friday, generally they would play next on Sunday

  • Are any of the games out of state?​

    • RIYBA or Rhode Island Youth Basketball Association plays games in Rhode Island and Mass cities and towns. 

  • How are teams decided?

    • The Travel Director vets teams with heavy influence and weight by the coaches. Players must attend tryouts unless they were previously on Team Providence travel team in the previous year. There is no way to judge or see skill and team chemistry unless a player is present at tryouts.


  • What are selections based off of?

    • Selections are based on a total evaluation of skills, hard work, hustle, impact and value to the overall team.  If the player is skilled but doesn’t work hard or hustle, then they may not make the team.  Conversely, if a player is skilled but does not fit or add to the team chemistry, they may not be chosen.  Finally, a player who does not have as much skill but advances the overall team may be selected.


     How many tournaments will we play in?

  • This varies by year but is typically not less than two tournaments per year. 


      When is the first tournament?

  • The first tournaments are generally November. 


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