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Club Statement

MOSYFC has a strong ethos of providing a positive, safe and enjoyable experience of football for all its members and of participation for all registered players to take part in matches and to be selected for these games on a fair basis. The ethos is set out in the clubs ‘Aims and Objectives’ and reflects what is regarded as the best approach to the mini soccer format and is endorsed by the FA. The purpose of this approach is to develop the skill level of very young children and to give them an understanding and love of the game in a safe environment. The aims and objectives and Codes of Conducts reinforces the principles of the club. 

The following is taken from the Club’s constitution and has been supplied here for your information: If you wish to see the complete constitution document, it can be made available upon request to the club secretary. 

Aims and Objectives: 

  • To ensure a duty of care to all members of the club, and in particular to hold issues of child protection as a priority.
  • To offer coaching and competitive opportunities in football.
  • To promote the club within the local community.
  • To encourage both boys and girls to become members.
  • To provide all its services in a way that is fair to everyone.
  • To provide the opportunities to children from age 5 to 16 year olds, keeping within the league rules in relation to eligibility of players for competitive games.
  • To ensure that all present and future members receive fair and equal treatment.
  • To give all members a fair chance of participation in training and within league rules and guidelines for competitive games.
  • To rotate players whenever possible in order to give all members the opportunity to play in competitive games, whilst keeping within and working in accordance with league rules.
  • To value each member for his or her own contribution, regardless of ability.

 Code of Conduct for Managers and Coaches: 

  • Coaches/managers must respect the rights, dignity and worth of each and every person and treat each equally within the context of the sport.
  • Coaches/Managers must place the well-being and safety of each player above all other considerations, including the development of performance.
  • Coaches/managers must adhere to all the guidelines laid down within the Club Constitution and the rules of the Football Association.
  • Coaches/Managers must develop an appropriate working relationship with each player based on mutual trust and respect.
  • Coaches/Managers must not exert undue influence to obtain personal benefit or reward.
  • Coaches/Managers must encourage and guide players to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance.
  • Coaches/Managers must ensure that the activities they direct or advocate are appropriate for the age, maturity, experience and the ability of players.
  • Coaches/Managers should, at the outset, clarify with the player (and where appropriate their parents) exactly what is expected of them and also what they are entitled to expect from their coach.
  • Coaches/Managers must co-operate fully with other specialists (e.g. other coaches, officials, doctors, sports scientists) in the best interests of the player.
  • Coaches/Managers must always promote the appropriate Code of Conduct and positive aspects of the sport (e.g. fair play) to players, parents and spectators alike. Never condone any violations of the Laws of the Game or relevant rules and regulations or the use of prohibited substances or techniques.
  • Coaches/Managers must consistently display high standards of behaviour and experience and be a role model for players, parents and spectators.

 Code of Conduct for Parents/Guardians/Carers 

  • Do not force an unwilling child to participate in football.
  • Remember children are involved in football for their enjoyment, not yours.
  • Encourage your child to play to the laws of the game and not to argue with referees and other officials.
  • Teach your child that honest effort is more important than victory so that the result of each game is accepted without undue disappointment.
  • Turn losing into winning by helping your child work towards skills improvement and good sportsmanship. Never ridicule or yell at your child for making a mistake or losing a game.
  • Remember that children learn best by example. Applaud good play by your team and members of the opposition.
  • Do not question the referee’s judgement or honesty. Remember he/she is only human with the same feelings as you and, like you, sometimes may make an honest error.
  • Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from children’s football.
  • Recognise the value and importance of coaches who are all volunteers. They give their time and resources to provide football for you child.
  • Read the Laws of the Game to understand better what you are looking at and commenting on.
  • Promote the code of conduct. 

Code of Conduct for Players 

  • To respect the coaches and listen when required. Rules are there to make a safe place for all to enjoy football.
  • Ensure that Players encourage all other children within the club and remember different ages have different abilities. Do not laugh at the mistakes of other players, we will all make mistakes at some point.
  • Behave in a responsible manner, not shout and scream or be silly in other ways, which could distract the coach or cause injury to other players.
  • Tell the coach if you are injured.
  • Respect and do not argue with the referee’s decision.
  • Applaud the opposition as well as your own team.
  • Remember that taking part and enjoying yourself is more important than winning.

FA RESPECT Statement

The FA Respect Code of Conduct – General

Football, at all levels, is a vital part of a community. Football will take into account community feeling when making decisions.

Equality

Football is opposed to discrimination of any form and will promote measures to prevent it, in whatever form, from being expressed.

Participants

Football recognises the sense of ownership felt by those who participate at all levels of the game. This includes those who play, those who coach or help in any way, and those who officiate, as well as administrators and supporters. Football is committed to appropriate consultation.

Young People

Football acknowledges the extent of its influence over young people and pledges to set a positive example.

Propriety

Football acknowledges that public confidence demands the highest standards of financial and administrative behaviour within the game, and will not tolerate corruption or improper practices.

Trust and Respect

Football will uphold a relationship of trust and respect between all involved in the game, whether they are individuals, clubs or other organisations.

Violence

Football rejects the use of violence of any nature by anyone involved in the game.

Fairness

Football is committed to fairness in its dealings with all involved in the game.

Integrity and Fair Play

Football is committed to the principle of playing to win consistent with Fair Play.

The FA Respect Code of Conduct – Coaches

We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. In the FA’s survey of 37,000 grassroots participants, behaviour was the biggest concern in the game. This included the abuse of match officials and the unacceptable behaviour of over-competitive parents, spectators and coaches on the sideline. Play your part and observe the Football Association’s Respect Code of Conduct in everything you do.

On and off the field, I will:

• Show respect to others involved in the game including match officials, opposition players, coaches, managers, officials and spectators

• Adhere to the laws and spirit of the game

• Promote Fair Play and high standards of behaviour

• Always respect the match officials’ decisions

• Never enter the field of play without the referee’s permission

• Never engage in public criticism of the match officials

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

When working with players, I will:

• Place the well-being, safety and enjoyment of each player above everything, including winning

• Explain exactly what I expect of players and what they can expect from me

• Ensure all parents/carers of all players under the age of 18 understand these expectations

• Never engage in or tolerate any form of bullying

• Develop mutual trust and respect with every player to build their self-esteem

• Encourage each player to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance

• Ensure all activities I organise are appropriate for the players’ ability level, age and maturity

• Co-operate fully with others in football (e.g. officials, doctors, physiotherapists, welfare officers) for each player’s best interests.

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

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

• Required to meet with the club committee

• Monitored by another club coach

• Required to attend a FA education course

• Suspended by the club from attending matches

• Suspended or fined by the County FA

• FACA membership withdrawn

• Required to leave or be sacked by the club.

In addition:

• My FACA (FA Coaches Association) membership may be withdrawn.

The FA Respect Code of Conduct – Spectators

We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. This club is supporting The FA’s Respect programme to ensure football can be enjoyed in a safe, positive environment. Remember children’s football is a time for them to develop their technical, physical, tactical and social skills. Winning isn’t everything. Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct for spectators and parents/carers at all times.

I will:

• Remember that children play for FUN

• Applaud effort and good play as well as success

• Always respect the match officials’ decisions

• Remain outside the field of play 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 officials

• Avoid criticising a player for making a mistake – mistakes are part of learning

• 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, league 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.

The FA Respect Code of Conduct – Match Officials 

The behaviour of the match officials has an impact, directly and indirectly, on the conduct of everyone involved in the game – both on the pitch and on the sidelines. Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct for match officials at all time.

I will:

• Be honest and completely impartial at all times

• Apply the Laws of the Game and competition rules fairly and consistently

• Manage the game in a positive, calm and confident manner

• Deal with all instances of violence, aggression, unsporting behaviour, foul play and other misconduct

• Never tolerate offensive, insulting or abusive language or behaviour from players and officials

• Support my match official colleagues at all times

• Set a positive personal example by promoting good behaviour and showing respect to everyone involved in the game

• Communicate with the players and encourage fair play

• Respond in a clear, calm and confident manner to any appropriate request for clarification by the team captains

• Prepare physically and mentally for every match

• Complete and submit, accurate and concise reports within the time limit required for games in which I officiate.

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 meet with The FA/County FA Refereeing Official

• Required to meet with The FA/County FA Refereeing Committee

• Obliged to attend or re-attend The FA Respect training or other FA education course

• Issued with a written warning

• Fined by the County FA

• Offered less senior appointments

• Suspended from all appointments for a defined period

• Excluded from affiliating as a FA Referee.

The FA Respect Code of Conduct – Youth Players 

As a player, you have a big part to play. That’s why The FA is asking every player to follow a Respect Code of Conduct.

When playing football, I will:

• Always play to the best of my ability

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

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

• Play by the rules, as directed by the referee

• 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

• 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 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.

 

The above statement can also be found on our website www.mosyfc.co.uk 

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