Renmore AFC Code of Conduct 

The Irish Sports Council and the Sports Council for Northern Ireland published a joint Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children's Sport in 2000. This major joint publication recognised the commitment of both Councils to ensure that young people are safeguarded in their participation in sport in the island of Ireland.

Renmore AFC endorses The Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children's Sport in Ireland

We also commit to the Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct recommended by the FAI:

The following summarises Renmore AFC Child Protection and Ethics Policies and Code of Conduct. 

For young players
 
Regarding People

  • Always show respect for team mates, managers /coaches, opponents and officials
  • Bullying, racism or any form of discrimination on any grounds will not be tolerated .If you feel you are been bullied or discriminated against, please inform your coach or manager
  • Violence against any people will not be tolerated and may result in suspension or expulsion from the club

 
The Club

  • Promote the Interests of football and the club on and off the pitch
  • Pay your subscriptions, promptly, without having to be asked
  • Help out with equipment, before and after matches and training


The Game

  • Always turn up on time, and fully equipped, for matches and training
  • Always play to win, to learn and to have fun
  • Always play by the rules of the game, don’t cheat.
  • Enjoy, at all times, playing soccer with Renmore soccer club


You

  • Ensure your lifestyle helps, rather than hinders your game
  • Listen and learn – listen to advice given and ask questions if you don’t understand.
  • The use of drugs and alcohol will not be tolerated. Anyone found to be under the influence of either will be sent home immediately and parents/guardians informed.  Recurrence can result in suspension or expulsion from the club.


For parents and guardians

  • Always show respect to all players, managers /coaches, and officials
  • Do not place your child under undue pressure to perform.
  • Ensure your child is prepared and on time for training and matches.
  • Have arrangements in place for your child to get home safely.
  • Leave the coaching to the coaches, respect their decisions.
  • Accept disappointment, and praise good work.
  • Assist and support the clubs fundraising activities, where possible.
  • Support the club by attending games and shouting support.
  • Assist coaches and managers at away games by helping with lifts