Do not criticise your child’s coach to others or other parents, if you are not happy with the coach you should raise the issue with the coach.
Encourage your child to speak to the coach. If your child is having difficulties in training or games, or cannot attend training etc. encourage them to speak directly to the coaches.
Monitor your child’s stress levels at home. Keep an eye on the player to make sure that they are handling stress effectively from the various activities of life.
Players should be in bed at a reasonable hour on the night before a game.
Help your child keep his priorities correct. They needs to maintain a focus on schoolwork, relationships, and other things in life as well as football.
Help the young player to focus on the performance and not the result.
Winning is important but taking part and trying your best is much more significant.
Support all the players in your child’s squad. Do not criticise any player.
Do not criticise the opponents, their parents, coaches or the referee.
Never engage in, or tolerate, offensive, insulting, or abusive language or behaviour.
The committee have introduced a behaviour system this season where if there are 2 yellow cards for dissent or 1 red card for violent conduct you will be requested to a meeting with the committee to discuss the behaviour. Please note this could have serious consequences with the future of a place at Solihull FC.
Social Media – This should ONLY be used for positive promotion of your team and the club (In-line with FA guidelines) and to communicate practical details around fixtures, training etc. Do not engage negatively in discussions or comments with other teams, players, managers and parents, publicly or within the club membership.
As a registered Respect League, all Solihull team parents and players agree to adhere to the Respect Code of Conduct.