Southern Kentucky Soccer Club

Parent Code of Conduct

Parent Code of Conduct

It is a privilege to be a part of the United States Soccer Federation, United States Youth Soccer Association, and Kentucky Youth Soccer Association. My actions shall always be a positive reflection of these organizations and their affiliates.

 

 

Parents/Spectators:

 
  • Parents/Spectators must set the example for the children by exemplifying the highest standards of sportsmanship.

  • Parents/Spectators participate in a match by watching, cheering and supporting the efforts of all participants of the match.

  • The game of soccer if a fun sport. We want all the players and parents to have an enjoyable experience with SKY Soccer.  

  • Parents/Spectators must have respect for their coach, all team participants, and the referees.

  • Parents/Spectators are expected to have respect for the authority of the referee and his/her assistants. They are not to harass, abuse, or berate the referee during or after the match. They shall not enter the field of play without the referee’s permission.

  • Parents/Spectators are expected to have respect for the coach and his/her assistants; they should never criticize a coach in a public manner. Do not coach from the sideline; let the coach do his/her job no matter how much you may disagree. If there is a problem talk to the coaching director or a director of your organization.

  • Parents/Spectators are expected to have respect for all players. Cheer in a positive manner. Encourage your team and the other team. Cheer in a way to reward the good play of both teams and promote fair play.

  • Parents/Spectators are not to use foul or abusive language towards anyone for any reason.

  • Parents/Spectators have a responsibility to learn the laws of the game and organization.

  • Parents/Spectators are encouraged to get involved with the organization and promote the game in a positive way.

  • Parents/Spectators must demonstrate the utmost sportsmanship and integrity; they are the role models for their children.