Code Of Conduct
This code of conduct for all players and club members was set in place to help define Ambassadors FC and give the club a clear identity. The code of conduct is to be upheld at all times by all AFC members. The views and opinions of players and staff where taken into account when setting the code of conduct at a meeting before training on 3/9/08.
- Every player is expected to play the game in a sporting manner and uphold the club vision at all times.
- AFC players are expected to uphold the name of the club at all times, on and off the pitch.
- All members of AFC are expected to support and encourage the growth of the football club.
- AFC will not stand unsporting or inappropriate behavior.
- After signing for AFC players should not play for another team illegally.
- Every player is expected to attend training. If the player cannot make training then he is expected to inform the manager as soon as possible.
- If the player does not contact the manager before training then he has no right to be in the squad for the next game.
- All AFC members should attempt to attend and support the team at all games.
- Any AFC player that turns up under the influence of alcohol will be given a two game suspension.
- AFC players are expected to respect the management staff and their decisions at all times.
- All AFC players are expected to uphold the rules of the game at all times.
- No AFC player should attempt to use gamesmanship to gain an advantage over his opponent. All AFC players are encouraged to make conversation with the opposing player.
- Every player has a right to appeal decisions with the referee, once the referee has made his decision then nothing more should be said.
- No attempt should be made to influence the referee.
- The referee and opposition should be respected at all times.
- AFC players are expected to respect their teammates at all times
- AFC players should never appeal for decisions that are not theirs.
- AFC players are expected to own up to decisions that go the wrong way.
- After every game, the AFC players are expected to shake the hand of the opposition and referee.
- AFC will not stand unsporting or inappropriate behaviour.
- The club committee will deal with inappropriate behaviour as they see fit.
- The committee also has the right to define inappropriate behaviour.
- All decisions made by the committee can be appealed.
Every AFC member is responsible for enforcing this code of conduct.
AFC encourages accountability between its players as we look to do football differently.