CODE OF CONDUCT
Check out the league Code of Conduct for a few expectations during league play! If you still have questions after looking through the league Code of Conduct Contact us!
Youth Leagues – Parents Code of Conduct
As a parent or spectator, you agree that it is your responsibility to provide positive care and encouragement for any child during City Futsal Leagues and Tournaments by following this Code of Conduct:
- I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, and officials in every game.
- I will respect the decisions of officials and coaches.
- I will not engage in any violence or verbal threats, or use of any profanity.
- I will not coach from the sideline.
- I will do my best to make playing futsal and soccer fun for my child.
- I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, fans, and officials with respect.
Spectators may not file complaints with City Futsal concerning game officials, coaches, players, or spectators. Only the coach or manager (with the coach’s approval) may file a complaint. If a spectator has a complaint, they must wait 24 hours after the game, then bring the complaint to the coach. The coach will review the matter and decide how to proceed, including whether to bring the complaint to City Futsal.
Youth Leagues – Coaches Code of Conduct
- I acknowledge that my primary responsibility is to promote a healthy, pleasant, and safe environment for youth to participate at City Futsal; to fulfill my obligation, I will:
- Abide by the rules set forth by the league;
- Respect the game officials and refrain from communicating with them in an abusive manner;
- Encourage the team and fans to conduct themselves with sportsmanship at all games and practices;
- Assist the game officials in maintaining control of spectators during games;
- Be a positive role model for players by never:
- Using or tolerating obscene language and gestures;
- Physically or verbally intimidating a player;
- Making discriminating remarks based on race, religion, gender, or national origin;
- Consume alcohol or be in an inebriated state during games.
- Smoking or using tobacco products during games
- I will not knowingly allow a player to play in a game if that player does not meet the guidelines for eligibility.
- I fully understand that futsal and soccer should be fun, rewarding, and a positive experience for all participants.
- I will ensure that all Assistant Coaches under my authority abide by the Code of Conduct.
Only the coach or manager (with the coach’s approval) may file complaints with City Futsal concerning officials, coaches, or spectators. If a coach has a complaint, please email it to email@example.com
Adult Leagues – Code of Conduct
Players, Participants, and Spectators shall:
– Read and review League Rules and adhere to them.
– Treat other participants, spectators, officials, and employees respectfully and encourage healthy competition and sportsmanship.
– Respect officials and their authority during games and not discuss the call or decision reached by such an official with an official. If a play or rule is in question, the team Captain may respectfully discuss it with the official.
– Not encourage behaviors or practices that endanger another person’s health, safety, and well-being.
– Not use derogatory, threatening, or profane language towards any official, employee, participant, or spectator.
– Not engage in unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, employee, participant, or spectator. This includes ridiculing or yelling at members of the opposing team or their spectators, making threats of physical harm, touching, pushing, approaching aggressively, or verbally attacking another person.
– Not appear at the facility in an intoxicated condition.
Only the team captain may file complaints with City Futsal concerning officials, players, or spectators. If a team captain has a complaint, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Corrective Actions: Coaches, players, and spectators who do not follow the above Code of Conduct will be subject to corrective action.
Note: These guidelines are not absolute in dealing with behavioral problems. Severe situations could warrant harsher sanctions.
1. First Warning – League administrator will discuss the undesirable conduct with the guilty party and stress that this behavior will not be tolerated.
2. Second Warning – League administrator will issue a formal letter stating that the subsequent offense could lead to a suspension or ban.
3. Game Suspension – A letter of suspension will be drafted by City Futsal explaining that the person in question will be banned from attending the team’s next scheduled contest. The subsequent offense could result in a season-long suspension.
4. Season Long Suspension – The person in question will be banned from attending any future league contests and remain suspended until a formal request for reinstatement is made. City Futsal will review the reinstatement request and determine if the suspension will be lifted