Parents are expected to:
Complete and return the Health and Consent Form pertaining to their child’s participation with “Moyola Park FC”. There is a legal requirement for parental consent.
Deliver and collect the child punctually to and from coaching sessions/matches.
Ensure their child is properly and adequately attired for the weather conditions of the time, including shorts, shirt, socks, tracksuit, sweat-tops, hat, gloves etc…
Ensure that proper football boots and shin-guards are worn at ALL times in accordance with Health and Safety Regulations. Any child not in possession of these 2 fundamental requirements will not be permitted to participate.
Detail any health concerns pertaining to the child on the consent form, in particular breathing or chest conditions. Any changes in the state of the child’s health should be reported to the coach prior to coaching sessions.
To inform the coach prior to departure from the field of play if child is to be collected early from a coaching session.
Encourage their child to play by the rules and teach them that they can only do their best.
Behave responsibly on the side-lines.
Show appreciation and supporting the coach.
Ensure their child is punctual.
Collect their child on time.
Provide their child with proper clothing and equipment.
Ensure their child’s hygiene and nutritional needs are met.
Accept the official’s judgement.
Acknowledge the importance and role of the club coaches who provide their time free to ensure children’s participation in club football.
Promote their child’s participation in playing football for fun.
Parents/Guardians have the right to:
Know their child is safe.
Be informed of problems or concerns relating to their children.
Be informed if their child is injured.
Have their consent sought for issues such as trips.
Contribute to decisions within the club.
Complain if they have concerns about the standard of coaching.
Any misdemeanours and breach of this code of conduct will be dealt with immediately by the Chairman.
Persistent concerns or breaches will result in the parent/guardian being asked not to
attend football games if their attendance is detrimental to the child’s welfare.
The ultimate action should a parent/guardian continue to breach the code of behaviour may mean the Moyola Park FC officials regrettably asking the child to leave the club.
Please note that all children must come to each Football Development Centre or Youth Training session appropriately dressed; this includes football boots and shin-guards.