KM Utd Youth Policies
KM United Youth - Code of Conduct for Players, Supporters & Parents
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KM United Youth - Safeguarding Children Policy & Procedures
Any fines or charge notices received from the League or FA as a result of player or parent misconduct must be paid by the parent themselves. This includes all fines related to misconduct, yellow or red cards and non adherence to the club or FA Codes of Conduct.
The FA launched the ‘Respect Programme’ in the 2008-09 season following a build-up of behavioural problems in the National Game. The FA’s ‘We Only Do Positive’ campaign speaks to coaches and parents within mini-soccer and youth football following a strategic review to the FA Respect programme that focuses on this important area of the national game.
In 2017-18 the FA carried out extensive research in to football from U7s-U18s. This was to understand where Respect should be positioned to have the biggest impact over a mid to longer term approach. One clear piece of insight highlighted is that 9 in 10 children play better with positive encouragement. Research also highlights the negative connotations a negative experience can have on a child.
‘We Only Do Positive’ aims to promote and educate coaches and parents on their roles in creating a fun, safe and inclusive environment for all the players, ensuring they have great experiences throughout their football journey.
To help ensure you are following the FA campaigns, and have the right environment for players please see below resources available to download:
FA Respect Resources
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