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A CODE OF CONDUCT FOR FOOTBALL

When joining TPC Academy we accept players that wish to follow our Code of Conduct and respect our philosophy within football.

 

  • Respect is The FA’s response to a clear message from throughout the game, that the health of football depends upon high standards of behaviour on and off the pitch.

  • Respect is a behavioural code for Football

  • Respect is about recognising that the integrity of the game is more important than the result of the match

  • Respect is For ALL and plays a key part in uniting the game

  • Respect is about creating an understanding of what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in Football

  • Respect is about those involved taking responsibility for the consequences of their own actions

  • Respect is about supporting match officials to do their job.

  • Respect is not a slogan. It is a collective responsibility of those involved in football to create a safe, fun and inclusive environment in which the game can take place.

 

The following Respect Codes of Conduct outline the types of behaviour that will support a safe, fun and inclusive game in this country. They also identify a range of sanctions which may be taken if these codes are not abided by.

 

PLAYERS – RESPECT CODE OF CONDUCT

When playing football, I will:

  • Play fairly – I won’t cheat, dive, complain or waste time.

  • Respect my team-mates, the other team, the referee or my coach/team manager.

  • Play by the rules, as directed by the referee

  • Be gracious in victory and defeat – I will shake hands with the other team and referee at the end of the game • Listen and respond to what my coach/team manager tells me

  • Understand that a coach/team manager has to do what is best for the team and not one individual player

  • Talk to someone I trust or the club welfare officer if I’m unhappy about anything at my club.

 

I understand that if I do not follow the Code, any/all of the following actions may be taken by my club, County FA or The FA: I may:

  • Be required to apologise to my team-mates, the other team, referee or team manager • Receive a formal warning from the coach/team manager or the club committee

  • Be dropped or substituted

  • Be suspended from training

  • Be required to leave the club In addition:

  • My club, County FA or The FA may make my parent or carer aware of any infringements of the Code of Conduct

  • The FA/County FA could impose a fine and suspension against my club !

 

SPECTATORS RESPECT CODE OF CONDUCT

 

We all bear a collective responsibility to set a good example and help provide a positive environment in which children can learn and enjoy the game.

Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct for spectators at all times I will:

  • Remember that children play for Fun and Development.

  • Applaud effort and good play as well as success

  • Respect the Referee’s decisions, even when you don’t agree with them

  • Appreciate good play from whatever team it comes from

  • Remain behind the touchline and within the Designated Spectators’ Area (where provided)

  • Let the coach do their job and not confuse the players by telling them what to do

  • Encourage the players to respect the opposition, referee and match official

  • Support positively. When players make a mistake offer them encouragement not criticism

  • Never engage in, or tolerate, offensive, insulting, or abusive language or behaviour

I understand that if I do not follow the Code, any/all of the following actions may be taken by my club, County FA or The FA: I may be:

  • Issued with a verbal warning from a club or league official

  • Required to meet with the club, league or CFA Welfare Officer • Required to meet with the club committee

  • Obliged to undertake an FA education course

  • Obliged to leave the match venue by the club

  • Requested by the club not to attend future games

  • Suspended or have my club membership removed

  • Required to leave the club along with any dependents

In addition:

 

The FA/County FA could impose a fine and/or suspension on the club

 

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