Codes of Conduct (Parents, Children and Referees)

CODES OF CONDUCT:
(Parents, Children and Referees)

THE PARENT’S CODE:

Remember that children play FUTSAL for their own enjoyment, not for that of their parents.
Encourage rather than force or oblige.
Encourage children to always respect the rules of the game.
Never reprimand a child for a technical error or for losing a match.
Remember that children learn from example.
Encourage both teams.
Congratulate both teams irrespective of the result of the match.

Help to eradicate all physical and verbal abuse from FUTSAL.
Respect the decisions of the coaches and referees
and teach the children to do the same thing.
Support, encourage and help volunteers, coaches, organizers and officials in their work. Without them, the children would not have the opportunity to play FUTSAL.
Ensure fair play in all circumstances.
Parents Code

THE CHILDREN’S CODE:

Play for your own enjoyment and not simply to please parents or coaches.
Enjoy FUTSAL, develop and flourish through FUTSAL.
Learn and respect the rules of the game and the rules of the group.
Fit in to the group and be a good team-mate.
Respect your opponents.
Accept the decisions of referees and coaches.
Ensure fair play in all circumstances.

Childrens Code

THE REFEREE’S CODE

  • Be aware that refereeing a match for children is completely different from refereeing a match for adults.
  • Protect the children.
  • Put the emphasis on the spirit of the game rather than on errors.
  • Do not intervene excessively in a match.
  • Allow the children to play.
  • Explain any infringements of the rules of the game committed by the children.
  • If a player makes a mistake in restarting play, explain it.
  • Do not tolerate inappropriate language.
  • Remain consistent, objective and polite when indicating infringements of the rules of the game.
  • Have an explanatory attitude to refereeing; clarify all infringements.
  • Retain a positive and cheerful manner.
  • Ensure fair play in all circumstances.
  • Ask the children to shake hands before and after the match.

Referees Code

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F.I.F.A. CODES OF CONDUCT

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