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STOP THE HATE NOW !

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Children Playing Football

Online Abuse

NO MORE ABUSE !

We stand together enough is enough !

Anti-discrimination 

DISCRIMINATION HAS NO PLACE IN FOOTBALL
So, when you tell us about it, we listen and we act.

Young Footballers on Bench
Soccer Players

We only do positive 

We Only Do Positive' aims to promote and educate coaches and parents on their roles in creating a fun, safe and inclusive environment for all the players, ensuring they have great experiences throughout their football journey.

Soccer Match

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STOP THE HATE NOW !

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Black Lives Matter

“Tonight my boots will carry the message Black Lives Matter. It can no longer just be our feet where we express ourselves,”

 “We have to use our profile, the platforms we have and the spotlight that shines on us to say it’s time for meaningful change"

Trent Alexander-Arnold

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Let Them Play

 “There are times not to coach. The urge is to step in and show them. Sometimes it’s best to let them make a mistake. Sometimes they learn more from the mistake than being told what to do. “

Dennis bergkamp 

Soccer Players

Respect 

  Respect for each other, Respect for the game.

Code of conduct

On and off the pitch, I will:

• Always play the game fairly and in the right spirit.

• Be aware of the impact of bad language; keep spectators and members of the public - including children - in mind.

• Avoid criticising match officials Accept that they make honest decisions and confronting them will not change it.

• Never verbally abuse a match official, player or spectator based their appearance, race, religion, gender or sexuality. Doing so could lead to dismissal from the field, suspension and possible police action.

• Never physically assault a match official, player or spectator. Doing so could lead to dismissal from the field, suspension and possible police action.

• Always win, lose or draw with dignity, and be prepared to shake hands with match officials, opposition players and manager at full-time.’

I understand:

‘If I do not follow the Code, I may expect to:

• Be cautioned, sin binned or sent off by the match officials, depending on the nature of the offence.

• Be asked to apologise to whoever I have offended or abused.

• Be disciplined by my club, including being substituted, dropped, given a formal warning or suspended from training or matches depending on the nature of the offence.

• Be disciplined by the County Football Association, including being fined or suspended for a number of matches depending on the nature of the offence.

• Be handed a permanent exclusion by the FA or County Football Association, if the offence is deemed serious enough.’


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