football plays a vital role in encouraging physical, social and
emotional growth of children. It is therefore essential for parents,
coaches and officials to encourage their youth football players to
embrace the values of good sportsmanship, discipline and character
Be a good sports (win or lose), be honest, fair and always show
good sportsmanship to all coaches, players, officials and fans.
Learn the value of commitment to the team.
Put personal goals aside for the betterment of the team.
Show courtesy and respect to teammates, opponents and coaches.
Realize that athletic contests, including practice sessions are
educational experiences and opportunities.
Players will not engage in unsportsmanlike conduct.
Players will not engage in rude behavior.
I will treat everyone, including coaches, parents, players and
officials, with respect, regardless of race, creed, color,
nationality or gender.
Parents are vital to the development of young athletes. Whether
sitting in the stands or helping out as a volunteer, parents must
set a positive example. Parents and adults involved in youth sports
should be models of good sportsmanship and lead by example on and
off the playing field.
Give constructive criticism during a private moment, never in
front of other parents, players, officials, spectators, etc.
Support your coach and refrain from excessive “sideline
coaching” from the stands.
Refrain from using profanity.
Abide by a doctor’s decision in all matters of players health
and injuries and physical ability to play.
Accept the decisions of officials on the field as being fair and
called to the best ability of the officials. Parents must stay
off the field and remain under control in order to set a good
example for players and other spectators.
Do not criticize an opposing team, its players, fans, coaches or
team by words or gestures.
Support the coaches, players and officials and help teach the
value of commitment to the teams, sportsmanship, ethical conduct
and fair play.
Inappropriate behavior is cause for immediate ejection from the
stands. Repeat offenses will result in being barred from future
games and league sponsored activities.
Parents will not encourage their child or any other person to
engage in unsportmanship conduct with any coach, parent, player,
participants, officials or any other attendee.
we have read the Codes of Conduct above and accept and
agree to abide by them..