The FA aims to help parents play a positive role, recognising that involvement in football can greatly influence the development of children, both in the football environment and in their overall lifestyles. Parents also have a big responsibility as part of The FA's Respect programme. Respect is working to eradicate touchline abuse in football, and parents can play their part by agreeing to, and signing, their club's Code of Conduct and abiding by them throughout the season. Parents also have a responsibility for their children's behaviour. The players will also be asked to sign a Code of Conduct, and parents can encourage their children to adhere to the players' code.
If you are a parent and interesting helping one of your local clubs and leagues and need more advice please don’t hesitate to contact our Football Development Team by telephoning the County Offices on 01905 827137
or contact the County Development Manager, Andy Norman on ext. 204 or by email: email@example.com