Code Of Conduct
NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALL CODE OF CONDUCT
All players, coaches, managers, referees, support staff, administrators, parents, and spectators are required to abide by the NZF Code of Conduct and Waimak United FC's Player, Parent, and/or Coach/Manager Code of Conduct.
IT IS A REQUIREMENT ON REGISTRTION WITH WAIMAK UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB THAT YOU HAVE READ THE CODE OF CONDUCT.
PLAYING & COACHING CODE
Football to be universally enjoyed has to be played to a standard code of conduct. To avoid bringing the game into disrepute players and coaches are expected to observe the following code of practice.
Decisions Accept match official’s decision without question. Referees decision is always final.
Respect Treat your coach, officials and opponents with the respect you would wish them to give you.If you are not able to make a practice or a game, let your Coach/Manager know - give as much notice as possible.
Appeals Avoid appealing for decisions to be given in your favour eg. Throw ins, corner kicks, apparent infringements by opponents.
Discipline Keep your temper under control in all circumstances
Fair Play Display good sportsmanship. Play fairly without danger to opponents (or your own players)
Sportsmanship Do not indulge in practices of cheating under the guise of ‘gamesmanship’
Language Foul language will not be tolerated.
Equipment & Clothing Take pride in your appearance. Shirts should be tucked in and socks up at all times. Jewellery must not be worn, earrings, watches, rings etc. Boots and Shinpads are compulsory. Shinpads must be covered entirely by socks at all times. Street glasses are not allowed. Sports glasses must be worn. Hats are not allowed (except for goalkeeper).
SPECTATORS Good sport is about positive attitude. Together we can set the right tone and help make the game a success.
Waimak United Football Club
Kendall Park, Kaiapoi, Canterbury, New Zealand
Maria Andrews, Rangiora, Canterbury, New Zealand
Office: Sports Hub, MainPower Stadium, Coldstream Road, Rangiora.
Office Hours: Monday,Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9am-3pm