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Parents/Spectators Code of Conduct 

As a parent or spectator, I will: 

1. Support the Players, Referees, and Coaches and help teach the value of commitment to the team, sportsmanship, ethical conduct, and fair play.

2. Support my child’s team and help my child and FASA make athletic contests a positive education experience.

3. Direct constructive criticism of my child’s team program to the Coach and/or FASA Board Members at an appropriate time.

4. If a negative situation occurs during a game or practice which you believe requires a discussion with the Coach; FASA requires that you wait 24 hours before doing so to be considered a cool down period, unless the situation involves the health or safety of a child.

5. Accept decisions of the game Referees and Coaches on the field as fair and called to the best ability of the said officials. The Referees are in charge of all games, and their decisions are final.

6. Exhibit exemplary sportsmanship at all times.

7. Emphasize that good athletes strive to be good students that are physically and mentally alert.

8. Abstain from being under the influence of, or in possession, of alcoholic beverages and any illegal substance, on game and practice fields.

9. Remain behind the designated Spectator Sideline during a game. Spectators are not allowed on the Team Sidelines, on the Field during a game or allowed behind the goal line, except with Coaches approval (i.e.-child injury).

10. Do not express complaints about Coaches in stands, or to Coaches in the presence of Players (i.e. right after a game or practice).

11. Strive to make every soccer activity serve as a training ground for life, and a basis for good mental and physical health by being present to support the children.
 

As a parent or spectator, I will not: 

1. Interfere or interrupt the Coaches during games or practices.

2. Criticize Referees or Coaches, direct abuse or profane language toward them, or otherwise subvert their authority.

3. Criticize an opposing team, its Players, Coaches, or Spectators by word of mouth, by gesture, or by deliberately inciting unsportsmanlike behavior.

4. Undermine, in work or deed, the authority of the Coach or FASA.

Anyone who fails to conform their conduct to the preceding Code of Conduct while attending, coaching, officiating, or participating in a FASA event will be subject to disciplinary action. See FASA's complete Code of Conduct for more details.

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