Code Of Conduct – Administrators and Volunteers

This Code of Conduct applies to all of our administrators and volunteers.




  • Understand and adhere to BYLAW #1 ‘The Spirit of Junior Football’.
  • Ensure that equal opportunities for participation in sports are made available to all children, regardless of ability, size, shape, gender, age, disability or ethnic origin. #IncludeAll
  • Actively promote Positive Game Day Environments with Junior Football and the importance of E-Point structures to the game. #ShowRespect
  • Ensure that rules, equipment, length of games and training schedules take into consideration the age, ability and maturity level of participating children. #BeSafe
  • Ensure that adequate supervision is provided by qualified and competent coaches and officials capable of developing appropriate sports behaviour and skill technique. #BeSafe
  • Remember that children participate for enjoyment and play down the importance of rewards. #HaveFun
  • Provide clinics aimed at improving the standards of coaching and officiating, with an emphasis on appropriate behaviour and skill technique.#BeSafe
  • Ensure that parents, coaches, sponsors, trainers and participants understand their responsibilities regarding fair play. #PlayFair
  • Modify rules and regulations to match the skill level of children and their needs. #BeSafe
  • Condemn unsporting behaviour and promote respect for all opponents. #ShowRespect
  • Publicly encourage rule changes which will reinforce the principles of participation for fun and enjoyment. #HaveFun
  • Ensure that your behaviour is consistent with the principles of good sporting behaviour. #ShowRespect
  • Make a personal commitment to keep yourself informed of sound officiating principles and the principles of growth and development of children. #BeHealthy
  • Ensure promotion, well-being and safety of umpires and encourage good sportsmanship before, during and after matches. #ShowRespect
  • Ensure positive player/umpire relationships are continually developed. #ShowRespect


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