CLUB CODE OF CONDUCT
Player • Parent • Coaches • Spectators
ELA FC plays a significant role in promoting the physical, social, and emotional development of young athletes who has the ability to identify and make informed choices, think about consequences and base their actions on that information. Therefore, it is essential for parents, coaches, spectators, and officials to encourage youth athletes to embrace the values of good sportsmanship.
Furthermore, parents, coaches, spectators, and officials involved in youth sports events should be models of good sportsmanship and should lead by example by demonstrating fairness, respect, and self-control. ELA FC is committed to instituting an environment that is safe and nurtures learning opportunities for all our players.
ELA FC has formulated this Code of Conduct and requires that all parties involved commits to be responsible for your words and actions while attending, coaching, officiating, or participating in any of ELA FC events and that you conform your behaviour to the following Code of Conduct:
- I will treat everyone whom I encounter with respect and dignity.
- I will not engage in unsportsmanlike conduct towards any other coach, player, parent, participant, official or any other attendee.
- I will not engage in unsportsmanlike behaviour towards any coach, parent, player, participant official or any other attendee.
- I will not engage in any behaviour which would endanger the health, safety, or well-being of any coach, parent, player, participant, official, or any other attendee.
- I will not use drugs, or alcohol products while involved in any youth soccer activities, whether training, attending games, or officiating.
- I will not use profanity, obscenity or any other offensive language.
- I will endeavour to ensure that no parents, spectators or anyone associated with my team to use profanity, obscenity or any other offensive language while within the hearing of players or officials.
- I will not engage in verbal or physical abuse towards any other coach, player, parent, participant, or official