Codes of Conduct


Chester & District Junior Football League Code of Conduct

Nearly all Waverton teams play in the Chester & District league - their code of conduct is for all those involved in the league to adhere to.

For more information click on this link : Chester & District FA Junior Football League code of conduct

AFC Waverton General Code of Conduct

Football is our national game. We love it. All of us involved with the game , whether player, spectator, official or coach has a personal responsibility to ensure that their behaviour and actions ensure that the reputation of the game is, and remains high.

For more information click on this link : AFC Waverton Junior Football Club Code of Conduct for Football

Parents and Spectators

Parents and spectators have a great influence on a child's enjoyment and success in the game. A positive and encouraging approach can work wonders!

To read the parents and spectators code of conduct click on this link : AFC Waverton Code of Conduct for Parents/Carers/Spectators

Players

Players are the most important people in the sport. Playing for the team, and for the team to win, is the most fundamental part of the game. But not winning at any cost - fair play and respect for all others in the game are fundamentally important.

To read the Players code of conduct click on this link : AFC Waverton Code of Conduct for Players

Team Officials

Team officials are important too! They must be a positive example to all, look to develop all players within their team / club and always have the best interests of the game at heart.

To read the Team Officials code of conduct click on this link : AFC Waverton Code of Conduct for Team Officials

Coaches

Coaches are key to the establishment of ethics in football. Their concept of ethics and their attitude have a direct influence on the behaviour of players under their supervision. They must display high standards of behaviour and be a positive influence at all times.

To read the Coaches code of conduct click on this link : AFC Waverton Code of Conduct for Coaches