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Task 1 Fitness Analysis Summary (page 14)

Player 1’s name:

Danny

Player 2’s name:

Tom

Team’s name:

U16’s

Player 1 – Danny - Fitness Results Summary

Player 1 – Danny - Fitness Action Plan

Please see attached sheets for each test results.

 

Danny’s fitness was at a good level at the start. Improvements were seen throughout the testing period. Danny’s resting heart rate dropped showing signs of a stronger heart and Vo2 max. Through the use of foot work drills and running technique he developed a smooth running style which benefited with improved test results.

After discussing results with Danny we feel his aerobic fitness levels are good. We are going to continue with the aerobic fitness training so he can improve more but work a bit more on his anaerobic fitness in order to make him a more complete player, fitness wise.

Start distance covered – 3228 metres Finish distance covered – 4000 metres Increase of 772 metres

Player 2 – Tom - Fitness Results Summary

Player 2 – Tom - Fitness Action Plan

Please see attached sheets for each test results.

 

Tom was new to SAQ training and fitness testing but he showed a willingness to learn

After discussing results with Tom we are going to

and succeed. We saw some good progress through the testing period, with only a slight dip on final week due to a cold. As a result of this we re-tested Tom the following week when he was feeling better and his results showed a good improvement.

continue to work on his aerobic fitness levels as we feel further improvements can be made as he is still getting tired towards the end of games. We are going to continue through the season with the fitness training and test again mid season as if he continues to develop as his results have shown over last 10 weeks we should see some greatly improved fitness levels.

Start distance covered – 3430 metres Finish distance covered – 4200 metres Increase of 770 metres

Test 1

Player Fitness Testing 12 min Cooper Run Test

Name

Previous

Resting HR

Max HR 220 – AGE

Result

Distance

HR

Mtrs

1 Danny

n/a

88

bpm

204 bpm

112

3228

 

(163 bpm)

2 Tom

n/a

92

bpm

204bpm

136

3430

 

(163 bpm)

Comments Both players started at a high tempo. They slowed towards end and were not working to the 80% MHR. There is still more they can offer. Test 2

Name

Previous

Resting HR

Max HR 220 – AGE

Result

Distance

HR

Mtrs

1 Danny

3228

80

bpm

204 bpm

136

3600

 

(163 bpm)

2 Tom

3430

84

bpm

204bpm

140

3880

 

(163 bpm)

Comments Both players have improved their distance and their work rate but still not working hard enough.

Test 3

Name

Previous

Resting HR

Max HR 220 – AGE

Result

Distance

HR

Mtrs

1 Danny

3600

78

bpm

204

bpm

140

4000

 

(163 bpm)

2 Tom

3880

76

bpm

204bpm

132

3600

 

(163 bpm)

Tom (re-test)

3880

77

bpm

204

bpm

142

4200

 

(163 bpm)

Comments Again both players improved. Tom had to be re-tested as he was full of cold when final test took place so didn’t show true results.

Task 2 Risk Assessment Template pg 17 & 18

Coach’s name:

 

Date:

 

15/04/08

Venue:

 

Location:

   

Session topic:

Shielding

 

Activity:

 

Football

People Exposed ( )

 

Evaluation of Risk*

 

Potential

Control Measures (prior to session)

Control Measures

Date

Hazards (s)

(during Session)

Participants

Visitors

Public

Frequency

Severity

Overall

       
           

Wall mounted

Coned off area

   

U10’s Boys

0

 

4

M

M

M

climbing frame

(18)

 

M

L

M/L

Mats

Coned off area

Discussed

M

H

M/H

Netball Stands

Removed

 

with

15/04/08

M

M

M

Benches

Removed

 

players

 

H

L

M

Cones

Highly Visible

 

M

L

M/L

Balls

Correct size and inflation

 

*Risk H=High M=Medium L=Low

 

Location of:

 

Safety plan and notes:

 

telephone

 

In first aid kit

   

first aid kit

 

On side of pitch

 

Re-adjust any moved equipment that could now be a potential hazard back to a safe position/area

first-aider

 

Side of pitch or myself

 

Accident book

 

In side of first aid kit bag

   

Does the venue have:

 

Safety Checks completed

 

Health and safety policy?

 

YES

Equipment and playing area/facilities

 

YES

Risk assessment?

   

YES

Participants’ registers/experience checked

 

YES

Public liability insurance?

 

YES

Participants’ clothing, footwear, glass and jewellery

 

YES

Coach’s name:

 

Date:

 

16/04/08

Venue:

 

Location:

 

Session topic:

 

Activity:

 

Football

People Exposed ( )

 

Evaluation of Risk*

 

Potential

 

Control Measures (prior to session)

Control Measures

Date

Hazards (s)

(during Session)

Participants

Visitors

Public

Frequency

Severity

Overall

       
             

Place pitch as far

Collect balls that go near bushes

 

Key Stage 1 (5 -7 yr olds)

0

 

10

H

 

L

M

Thorn bushes

 

away as possible

 

M

L

M/L

Goal posts

Secure

 

H

L

M

Playing surface

Check & remove hazards Highly visible

Rotation if wears

16/04/08

M

L

M/L

Cones

 

Discuss

 

M

L

M/L

Balls

Correct size and inflation

 

With

   

players

 
 

*Risk H=High M=Medium L=Low

 

Location of:

 

Safety plan and notes:

 

telephone

 

In first aid kit bag

   

first aid kit

 

On side of pitch

 

Check surface prior to every session

 

first-aider

 

Myself

 

Accident book

 

In first aid bag

 

Does the venue have:

 

Safety Checks completed

 

Health and safety policy?

   

YES

 

Equipment and playing area/facilities

 

YES

Risk assessment?

   

YES

 

Participants’ registers/experience checked

 

YES

Public liability insurance?

   

YES

 

Participants’ clothing, footwear, glass and jewellery

 

YES

Match Analysis Sheet

 

Match

 

Match date:

   
Task 3 & 4 Match Analysis venue: Team A (home) Barcelona Team B (away) Real
Task 3 & 4 Match Analysis
venue:
Team A (home)
Barcelona
Team B (away)
Real Madrid
Sub
Second Half
Sub
Total
First Half (20 MINS)
Total
Total
Entries into the attacking third:
A
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
9
9
B
Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
A
0
0
B
Effective crosses:
A
I
1
1
B
Non- effective crosses:
A
I
1
1
B
Dribbling (D)
Successful (D)
A
I
I
2
2
A
0
0
and turning (T)
unsuccessful (D)
B
B
Attempts in
Successful (T)
A
I
I
2
2
B
Attacking and
Unsuccessful (T)
Middle thirds:
Off-target strikes at goals
A
I
1
1
B
On-target strikes at goal:
A
I
I
2
2
B
Goals
A
0
0
B
Match Analysis Sheet (In support of Task 3 and Match venue: Match date: 4) Team
Match Analysis Sheet
(In support of Task 3 and
Match venue:
Match date:
4)
Team A (home)
Barcelona
Team B (away)
Real Madrid
Sub
Second Half
Sub
Total
First Half (20 MINS)
Total
Total
Entries into the attacking third:
A
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
9
9
B
Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
A
0
0
B
Effective crosses:
A
I
1
1
B
Non- effective crosses:
A
I
1
1
B
Dribbling (D)
Successful (D)
A
I
I
2
2
A
0
0
and turning (T)
unsuccessful (D)
B
B
Attempts in
Successful (T)
A
I
I
2
2
B
Attacking and
Unsuccessful (T)
Middle thirds:
Off-target strikes at goals
A
I
1
1
B
On-target strikes at goal:
A
I
I
2
2
B
Goals
A
0
0
B

Match Analysis Sheet (In support of Task 3 and

Match venue:

   

Match date:

   

11 th May 2008

4)

     

Team A (home)

 

U16’s

 

Team B (away)

 

U16’s

 

Sub

 

Second Half

Sub

Total

 

First Half

Total

 

Total

Entries into the attacking third:

 

A

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

14

I

I I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

18

32

 

B

         

Regaining possession in the Attacking third:

 

A

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

9

I I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

14

23

B

         

Effective crosses:

 

A

I

I

2

I I

I

I

5

7

 

B

         

Non- effective crosses:

 

A

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

8

I I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

13

21

 

B

         

Dribbling (D)

Successful

A

I

I

2

I I

I

I

5

7

and turning (T)

Unsuccessful

A

I

I

I

I

4

I I

I

I

I

6

10

Attempts in Attacking and Middle thirds:

Successful

B

         

Unsuccessful

B

         

Achieving set plays in the attacking third

A

I

I

I

I

I

6

I I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

11

17

B

         

Off-target strikes at goal:

 

A

I

I

I

I

4

I I

I

I

I

I

7

11

 

B

         

On-target strikes at goal:

 

A

I

I

I

I

5

I I

2

7

 

B

         

Goals

A

I

1

 

0

1

B

         
Match Analysis Sheet (In support of Task 3 and Match venue: Match date: 18 th
Match Analysis Sheet
(In support of Task 3 and
Match venue:
Match date:
18 th May 2008
4)
Team A (home)
U16’s
Team B (away)
U16’s
Sub
Second Half
Sub
Total
First Half
Total
Total
Entries into the attacking third:
A
I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
28
I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
23
51
B
Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
A
I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
12
I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
13
25
B
Effective crosses:
A
I I
I
I
4
I I
I
3
7
B
Non- effective crosses:
A
I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
12
I I
I
I
I
6
18
B
Dribbling (D)
Successful
A
I I
I
I
I
I
I
8
I I
I
I
I
6
14
and turning (T)
Unsuccessful
A
I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
10
I I
I
I
I
I
7
17
Attempts in
Attacking and
Middle thirds:
Successful
B
Unsuccessful
B
Achieving set plays in the attacking
third
A
I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
10
I I
I
I
I
I
7
17
B
Off-target strikes at goal:
A
I I
I
I
4
I I
I
I
5
9
B
On-target strikes at goal:
A
I I
I
I
4
I I
I
I
I
I
7
11
B
Goals
A
I I
I
3
0
3
B

Match Analysis Sheet (In support of Task 3 and

Match venue:

   

Match date:

   

25 th May 2008

4)

     

Team A (home)

 

U16’s

 

Team B (away)

 

U16’s

 

Sub

 

Second Half

 

Sub

Total

 

First Half

Total

 

Total

Entries into the attacking third:

 

A

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

18

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

23

41

 

B

         

Regaining possession in the Attacking third:

 

A

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

12

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

15

27

B

         

Effective crosses:

 

A

I

I

I

3

I

I

I

3

6

 

B

         

Non- effective crosses:

 

A

I

I

I

I

5

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

8

13

 

B

         

Dribbling (D)

Successful

A

I

I

I

3

I

I

I

I

I

I

7

10

and turning (T)

Unsuccessful

A

I

I

I

I

5

I

I

I

I

4

9

Attempts in Attacking and Middle thirds:

Successful

B

         

Unsuccessful

B

         

Achieving set plays in the attacking third

A

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

9

I

I

I

I

I

I

7

16

B

         

Off-target strikes at goal:

 

A

I

I

I

I

4

I

I

I

3

7

 

B

         

On-target strikes at goal:

 

A

I

I

I

3

I

I

2

5

 

B

         

Goals

A

I

1

I

1

2

B

         

Match Analysis Summary and Action Plan Sheet- in support of Task 4 pages 27,28,29,30

Strengths - Weaknesses - Satisfactory - S

Entries into the attacking third:

Regaining possession In the attacking Third:

Crossing

Dribbling:

S

Turning:

S

Achieving set plays In attacking third:

S

Strikes at goal:

S

Strikes on target:

Goals

   

A r e a s I d e nt i f i e d f o r D e v e l o p m e nt

 

P r o p o s e d A ct i on P l a n

1

 

Lo ok i ng

a t

b e i ng m o r e p a t i e nt i n f i n a l th i r d .

Ret a i n i ng p o s s e s s i on i n th e f i n a l th i r d

Sup p o r t s p l a y . POP c o m b i n at i on p l a y i n f i n a l th i r d SSG s up p o r t i n atta ck

2

 

Lo ok i ng at m ov e m e nt f r o m s t r i ke r s a nd

T u r n i ng non-e

f f e ct i v e

c r o ss e s i n

m

i d f i e l d e r s pu s h i ng f o r w a r d s .

e

f

f

e ct i v e

on e

s

F UN C c o a c h e f f e ct i v e c r o ss i ng

 

POP f i n i s h i ng f r o m c r o ss e s

3

T u r n i ng s hot s on t a r g et i n to g o a l s .

e c i s i on m a k i ng i n f r ont o f g o a l . Lo ok i ng a t p l a y i n a nd a r ound p e n a l ty b ox , s u p p o r t a nd

D

c

o m mun i c at i on .

SSG

f i n i s h i ng

 

SSG c r e a te a nd exp l o i t s p a c e

4

   

Task 5 Outline Coaching Programme pg35

Team’s

U16’s

 

Coach:

   

name:

 

Month:

 

Aug

   

Sep

   

Oct

   

Nov

   

Dec

   

Jan

   

Feb

   

Mar

   

April

   

May

   

June

 

Weeks:

1

2

3

 

5

4 9

7

6 8

   

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

 

3 3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

4

4

4

4

0 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

1 2

3

5

4 6

7

8

9

0

1

2

3

4

Game:

1

1

1

 

1

1 1

1

1 1

     

1 X

X

1

1

X

1

1

1

X

X

X

1

X

1

1

1

X

1

1

1

X

1

1

 

X

1 X

 

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Period:

                   

End of

   

End of

 

Pre – season

In season

In season

In season

In season

In season

 

In season

In season

 

In season

season

season

Objectives

 

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Fitness

   

Tactical

Tactical

Attacking

Defending

Tactical

Attacking

Defending

Attacking

Defending

Players to rest out of season One session a week for game play to keep team together

Practical

                 

Content:

 
Session 1 T T T T T E E E E E (fitness) S S
Session 1
T
T
T
T
T
E
E
E
E
E
(fitness)
S
S
S
S
S
T
T
T
T
T
Tuesdays
Session 2
Fridays
Planned
Evaluation

Session Key

Small sided game

Phase of play

Function

Fitness

No training

 

Level 3 Certificate in Coaching Football Coaching Session Planner – 1 st Assessed Session Task 6

1 ST 4sport Qualifications The award body for active learning and leisure

Candidate

Date produced:

 

coach:

Coach

Time available for the session:

25mins

educator:

Information on Players

Number of

18

Age:

Mixed open

Ability

Mixed ability

players:

age

level:

Medical

Check for injuries, check medical conditions

 

information:

Particular

 

needs:

Information on Facilities and Resources

Location:

 

Session

 

date:

Facility

Safe suitable playing surface, 1 goal

Needs:

Equipment

 

needs:

Footballs, cones, bibs, tactics board

Health and

 

safety

Check area for any hazards, ensure players remove jewellery, correct equipment is worn

issues:

Action plan

 

points from

previous

sessions:

 

Session Plan

Session

 

aim:

Coach attacking from midfield third into attacking third

 

Session

 

Functional Practice – Small-sided Game – Phase of Play

type:

 
 

Timings

Warm-up

Working with and without balls incorporating game/ session specific movements, increasing intensity. Use of dynamic flex and static stretches

10 -15

activities:

mins

Cool-down

Dynamic and static stretches gradually decreasing intensity in order to reduce heart rate back to normal

10 – 15 mins

activities:

Product Reference L3CCF 8.0

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Session Coach attacking from midfield third into attacking third Timings title: Key technical aspects (key
Session
Coach attacking from midfield third into attacking third
Timings
title:
Key
technical
aspects
(key
factors):
Create space
Good ball delivery
Receiving
Movement
Support (angles and distances)
= defending team
= attacking team
= targets
start point ball
movement
=
20 mins
Session
phase 1
content:
Start point =
Red defensive midfielder
under pressure plays ball
back to target who then plays
into a red midfielder.
NB. Defensive mid and
striker to stay between half
way line and target box
Coaching Points

Session

phase 2

content:

Good ball delivery Receiving on correct foot Body position Movement Link Play

Product Reference L3CCF 8.0

Level 3 Certificate in Coaching Football Coaching Session Planner 1 st Assessed Session Task 6

Candidate

Date produced:

 

coach:

Coach

Time available for the session:

25 mins

educator:

Information on Players

Number of

16

Age:

Open age

Ability

Mixed

players:

level:

Medical

None known check before session

 

information:

 

Particular

 

needs:

Information on Facilities and Resources

Location:

 

Session

 

date:

Facility

Safe suitable playing surface, 2 goals, available space

 

Needs:

 

Equipment

Footballs, bibs, cones, tactics board, 2 goals

 

needs:

 

Health and

Check area for any hazards, ensure no jewellery is worn. Correct equipment is worn (shin pads and footwear)

safety

issues:

 

Action plan

 

points from

previous

sessions:

Session Plan

Session

 

aim:

Coach one team defending to prevent opponents playing the ball forward

Session

Functional Practice – Small-sided Game – Phase of Play

 

type:

 

Timings

Warm-up

Working with and without balls incorporating game/ session specific movements, increasing intensity. Use of dynamic flex and static stretches

10

–15

activities:

mins

Dynamic and static stretches gradually decreasing intensity in order to reduce heart rate back to normal

10

– 15

Cool-down

mins

activities:

 

Product Reference L3CCF 8.0

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Session Coach one team to prevent opponents playing the ball forward Timings title: Key technical
Session
Coach one team to prevent opponents playing the ball forward
Timings
title:
Key
technical
aspects
(key
factors):
Decision
Travel
Cover
Compact
Delay
When, where, how, why?
= opposition
= coached team
start point ball
movement
=
Start point
Session
20 mins
phase 1
content:
Centre mid beats
opponent centre mid
and plays an over hit
pass into keeper.
Keeper then plays out
to a full back
Coaching Points

Session

phase 2

content:

Decision – close down or hold off Travel – body shape Compact – back 3 pushing on when pressure on ball, and drop when no pressure Delay – if cant win ball, close off passes (space)

Task 7 Ten-week Programme Phase Plan pg 53, 54, 55

Phase

 

Venue:

 

Dates:

Team’s

 

Age:

U16’s

Squad

 

20

Name:

Size:

 

Other staff:

 

Overall

To develop an increase of fitness through fitness testing. To develop teamwork and understanding for a good start to the season.

programme goal:

Session

 

Performance

   

Activity

 

Date

Session Objectives

Component

Practice/Training Activity

Intensity

Duration (mins)

Monitoring

 

Warm Up / Cool Down

Mental / physical

Dynamic flex with and without balls

Low –

Warm up 15 Cool down 15

 

medium

POP – Playing out from the back

Technical + Tactical

Movement + support fro goalkeeper distribution of goalkeeper

Medium –

30

 

31/07/08

High

POP – Dealing with the back pass

Technical + Tactical

Goalkeepers positioning, passing, support from defence

Medium –

30

 

High

 

Warm Up / Cool Down

Mental / physical

Dynamic flex with and without balls

Low –

Warm up 15 Cool down 15

 

medium

FUNC – Attacking play in central areas

Technical + Tactical

Passing, movement, support, dispersal

Medium –

30

 

07/08/08

High

FUNC – defending in central areas

Technical + Tactical

Movement, communication, support, compact

Medium –

30

 

High

 

Warm Up / Cool Down

Mental / physical

Dynamic flex with and without balls

Low –

Warm up 15 Cool down 15

 

medium

FUNC – coach effective crossing

Technical + Skill

Technique, support, movement

Medium -

30

 

14/08/08

High

FUNC – improve flank play

Technical + Skill

Support, movement

Medium –

30

 

High

Session

 

Performance

   

Activity

 

Date

Session Objectives

Component

Practice/Training Activity

Intensity

Duration

Monitoring

(mins)

 

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low - medium

Warm up 15 Cool Down 15

 

21/08/08

POP – coach defending when out numbered

Tactical

Communication, recovery runs, compact

Medium – high

30

 

SSG – coach to develop overloads in wide areas

Tactical +

Support, communication

Medium – high

30

 

technical

 

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low – medium

Warm up 15 Cool Down 15

 

28/08/08

POP – coach attacking from midfield third to attacking third

Skill, technical + tactical

Movement, knowledge, support play, dispersal

Medium – high

30

 

SSG – attack quickly on gaining possession

Skill, technical + tactical

Movement, knowledge, support play, dispersal

Medium – high

30

 
 

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low – medium

Warm up 15 Cool Down 15

 

POP – coach combination play in the final third

Tactical +

Knowledge, movement, support play

Medium – high

30

 

04/09/08

technical

SSG – coach when to play into feet and when to play into space

Tactical +

Knowledge, technique

Medium – high

30

 

technical

 

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low – medium

Warm up 15 Cool Down 15

 

11/09/08

POP- finishing from crosses

Technical + skill

Technique, movement, decision making

Medium – high

30

 

SSG – coach finishing

Technical + skill

Technique, movement, decision making

Medium – high

30

 

Session

 

Performance

   

Activity

 

Date

Session Objectives

Component

Practice/Training Activity

Intensity

Duration

Monitoring

(mins)

 

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low – medium

Warm up 15 Cool Down 15

 

18/09/08

POP – coach defending, marking and covering

Tactical +

Communication, movement, support, knowledge

Medium – high

30

 

technical

SSG – coach when to press and when to drop

Tactical +

Communication, support, knowledge

Medium – high

30

 

technical

 

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low – medium

Warm up 15 Cool Down 15

 

25/09/08

FUNC – coach full backs into passing into forward areas

Tactical +

Knowledge, technique

Medium – high

30

 

technical

POP – coach switching play

Tactical +

Knowledge, technique, communication

Medium – high

30

 

technical

 

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low – medium

Warm up 15 Cool Down 15

 

02/10/08

FUNC – coach creating space in the midfield third

Tactical +

Communication, support, decision making

Medium – high

30

 

technical

SSG – coach when to support in front and when to support behind

Tactical +

Communication, support, decision making

Medium – high

30

 

technical

Task 8 Team Code of Behaviour – Players, page 59 - 60

Candidate’s

 

Name:

Team’s name:

   

Code of Behaviour

 

Players are the most important people in the sport. Playing for the team, and for the team to win, is the most fundamental part of the game. But not winning at any cost — Fair Play and respect for all others in the game is fundamentally important. Obligations towards the Game - a player should :

 

o

make every effort to develop their own sporting abilities in terms of skill, technique, tactics and stamina

o

give maximum effort and strive for the best possible performance during a game, even if his team is in a position where the desired result has already been achieved

o

set a positive example for others, particularly young players and supporters

o

avoid all forms of gamesmanship, and time-wasting

o

always have regard to the best interests of the game, including where publicly expressing an opinion on the game and any particular aspect of it, including others involved in the game

o

not use inappropriate language.

Obligations Towards One’s Own Team - a player should:

 

o

make every effort consistent with Fair Play and the Laws of the Game to help his own team win

o

resist any influence which might, or might be seen to, bring into question his commitment to the team winning.

Respect for the Laws of the Game and Competition Rules - a player should :

o

Know and abide by the laws, rules and spirit of the game, and the competition rules

o

accept success and failure, victory and defeat, equally

o

resist any temptation to take banned substances or use banned techniques

Respect Towards Opponents - a player should :

o

treat opponents with due respect at all times, irrespective of the result of the game

o

safeguard the physical fitness of opponents, avoid violence and rough play, and help injured opponents.

Respect Towards the Match Officials - a player should:

o

accept the decision of the Match Official without protest

o

avoid words or actions which may mislead a Match Official

o

show due respect towards Match Officials

Respect Towards Team Officials - a player should:

o

abide by the instructions of their coach and Team Officials, provided they do not contradict the spirit of this code

o

show due respect towards the Team Officials of the opposition

Team Code of Behaviour – Parents & Spectators

Candidate’s

 

Name:

Team’s name:

 

Code of Behaviour

Parents/spectators have a great influence on children’s enjoyment and success in football. All children play football because they first and foremost love the game — it’s fun. Positive encouragement will contribute to:

Children Enjoying Playing Football A sense of personal achievement Self-esteem Improvement in the child’s skills and techniques

Parent’s/spectator’s expectations and attitudes have a significant bearing on a child’s attitude towards:

Other players

Managers

Spectators

Parents/spectators within our club should be positive and encouraging towards all our children, not just their own.

Parents and spectators are encouraged to:

applaud the opposition as well as your own team

avoid coaching the child during the game

refrain from shouting and screaming

respect the referee’s decision

give attention to each of the children involved in football, not just the most talented

give encouragement to everyone to participate in football