Important information for the parents of the players in the youth teams
Parents Code of Conduct
“ We as a Club , are committed to the Football Associations RESPECT campaign and therefore would request that all parents challenge and eliminate unacceptable behaviour from our game to assist with this and provide understanding in this area we advise logging on to the FAs website www.thefa.com>getinvolved>respect and take part in the respect educational section."
Please familiarise yourself with the code of conduct for parents found at the footer of this page
We need your help
As a club we look to get as many parents involved as possible whether it be through coaching or assisting our coaches and managers. If you can offer this support, we can provide training in the way of courses and qualifications all FA accredited.
If Managing and coaching is not your cup of tea, there are many other ways of supporting your child’s chosen club.
If you can lend a hand contact Scott Morley on 07930 168664
Running the line seems to be a BIG ISSUE why not form a Rota amongst parents to run the line, this will give each of you the opportunity to watch your child play, If you are not sure of the current rules we can provide training in this area ,just ask
Also - Putting up the nets, putting out the corner flags are just small things that can help a great deal, it will enable your team’s manager/coaches to prepare their team for the game.
If are willing to help on match days speak to the team manager
We are looking for parents to sit as reps on our committee, helping with such things as fund raising, the list is endless.
Come and join our team and inspire those around you to get involved.
If you want to take part in our committee meetings contact our chairman Lee Byatt on 07850 817798
Respect & Responsibility
All of us must take responsibility for our behaviour when we are in association with our and other people’s children.
The club ensures all Managers and Coaches understand what is acceptable, and to be mindful of their language and actions. Thats said we have to remember managing a team is the hardest job in the world , in particular trying to keep everybody happy. All we ask of our Parents is to support your child’s coach/manager and be respectful to opposition supporters and all players.
Coulsdon Athletic Football Club are committed to providing a safe and friendly environment for our players and support the Football Associations Respect Campaign, who have adopted a new endorsement to present the Respect message.
Have your say
We are interested to hear from our parents on ideas for events they would like to see at our club. Use the comments box below to provide us your feedback on how we are doing or to provide us on what areas you would like to see us improve on.