a part and observe the FA’s Respect Code of Conduct for spectators and
parents/carers at all times.
that children play for FUN.
effort and good play as well as success.
respect the match officials’ decisions.
outside the field of play and within any Designated Spectator Area.
the coaches do their job and not confuse the players by telling them what to do.
the players to respect the opposition, referee and match officials.
criticising a player for making a mistake – mistakes are part of learning.
engage in, or tolerate, offensive, insulting, racist, sexist or abusive
appreciative of, and abide by, the Rules of the Competition.
behave in a sporting, friendly & acceptable manner, presenting a good and
proper example to all players, encouraging respect for opposition and match
Please use the ‘Respect’
link on the club web site home page to learn more about the FA Respect
help will always be greatly received by the team managers and coaches in the
during training as instructed by the team manager/coaches.
and dismantling the goalposts/nets on match days.
for players to away matches.
· Be prompt when
arriving and in particular collecting children for both training and matches.
ways in which parents could help:
matches – the club will help subsidise training in exchange for a committed service.
aider – the club will pay for training on a basic emergency course.
manager/coaching – the club will help subsidise training to the FA Level 1
certificate in exchange for a serious commitment.
Secretary – to organise and oversee all fund raising activity.
forward your name to a volunteer list, to help with future fund raising
I am pleased that we have no undue problem with our conduct but it is always good to keep on our toes and
remind ourselves what is expected. As a club we take great pride in a number of
fair play awards won over the years and would like to think that we could
continue to lead by example and add to this total in future.
Thank you for your continued
support and encouragement.
Totteridge FC Secretary