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The Team Player badge was redesigned from a football [[File:CubsTeamPlayerFootball.jpg|right|100px]] to the current soccerball design in 1995. [[Doug Reid]], [[DNC - Program]] postulates this was due to the fact that Scouts Canada was implementing the policy of co-ed programs and girls are less likely to play football<ref>As stated in a discussion during visit to meet with the [[180th Rover Crew]] in [[Pacific Coast Council]].</ref>.
  
 
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Revision as of 01:49, 14 June 2011

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Outcomes

Through participating in organized team sports, Cubs develop the knowledge, skills and positive attitudes needed to be a productive and harmonious member of the team.[1]

Requirements

To earn the Team Player Badge, complete the following requirements:

  1. Be a regular member of an organized sport team. The team must be under the supervision of a Cub leader or other approved person.
  2. Explain the basic rules of the sport you play.
  3. Take part in at least six games.
  4. Show a good sportsman-like spirit in all Cub games and activities.

Cross-badge links:

  1. Red Star A4

Program Suggestions

Re-design

The Team Player badge was redesigned from a football
CubsTeamPlayerFootball.jpg
to the current soccerball design in 1995. Doug Reid, DNC - Program postulates this was due to the fact that Scouts Canada was implementing the policy of co-ed programs and girls are less likely to play football[2].

References

  1. Taken from MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY
  2. As stated in a discussion during visit to meet with the 180th Rover Crew in Pacific Coast Council.