As a club we take the behaviour of our players, officials, and spectators very seriously. Football is meant to be a fun, enjoyable, and ultimately safe environment for all, and the FA RESPECT Programme highlights the need for everyone to play their part in promoting these goals. The FA’s approach emphasises the role of parents and coaches whilst highlighting the importance of positive behaviours and environments – both on and off the pitch – for young footballers involved in mini-soccer and youth football.
The FA’s Respect campaign aims to educate parents and coaches on their roles in creating a fun, safe and inclusive environment for players and to ensure the campaign is embraced throughout the age groups with sustained participation from players and volunteers alike.
Bournemouth Sports Football Club currently require all of our players, managers/coaches, parents/spectators to sign up to the FA Code of Conduct.
POSITIVITY LEADS TO A BETTER GAME, A SAFER, HEALTHIER, MORE INCLUSIVE AND MORE ENJOYABLE GAME. A GAME WITH MORE RESPECT
Details of the FA RESPECT Programme can be found below:
FA Respect Code of Conduct – Youth Players
FA Respect Adult Code of Conduct Mens
FA Respect Adult Code of Conduct Womens
FA Respect Code of Conduct – Spectators/Parents
FA Respect Code of Conduct – Coaches
FA Respect Code of Conduct – Match Officials
Should any member of Bournemouth Sports Football Club whether as a Manager, Coach, Club Official and / or Player / Spectator is found proven to contravene the FA Respect Code of Conduct, the Clubs Policies or its Constitution, the Club will use the procedures detailed in the Discipline Policy. This procedure may also be used following a proven complaint at the Club Committee’s discretion.