Parent / Guardian Code of Conduct
Parents/ spectators have a great influence on children’s enjoyment and success in football. All children play football because they first and foremost love the game – it’s fun. Prior to any player joining the club we ask that everyone reads and agrees to abide by our code of conduct.
A major challenge for each age group is to organise players into team squads. It’s important that both managers and parents are aware of the Colts guidelines. When joining the Club, players and parents “buy in” to this approach.
As a Club we follow some clearly defined principles on the structure of teams and the development of players. These principles are driven by our goal of achieving Charter and Community Club status, and are aligned to other local charter and community clubs. Our full selection policy is available for you to read by clicking below.
What We Expect of Our Coaches
Coaches are key to the establishment of ethics in football. Their concept of ethics and their attitude directly affects the behaviour of players under their supervision.
What Happens if I’m Not Happy
Aston Clinton Colts will adhere to all disciplinary procedures set by the relevant County Associations and Leagues to which the club belongs. In addition, the club will run its own internal procedures.
In the event that any member feels that he or she has suffered discrimination in any way or that the Club Policies, Rules or Codes of Conduct have been broken, or they have an issue that cannot be resolved within their team, they should follow the procedures below.