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A principled framework for students at our academy


1. Respect for Others
  • Treat teammates, coaches, and opponents with kindness and consideration.

  • Avoid any form of bullying, teasing, or disrespectful language.

2. Sportsmanship
  • Exhibit good sportsmanship at all times, win or lose.

  • Shake hands with opponents and thank coaches after each session.

3. Listen and Follow Instructions
  • Pay attention to coaches' instructions during drills and games.

  • Follow safety guidelines and rules outlined by coaches.

4. Inclusivity
  • Include all teammates in activities and games.

  • Avoid exclusive behavior or forming cliques.

5. Effort and Participation
  • Give 100% effort in all activities.

  • Participate actively and encourage others.

6. Respect for Equipment and Facilities
  • Take care of football equipment and facilities.

  • Report any damage or issues to coaches.

7. Punctuality
  • Arrive on time for each session.

  • Notify coaches in advance if unable to attend.

8. Attendance
  • Attend scheduled sessions regularly.

  • Notify coaches in advance if unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances.

9. Teamwork
  • Collaborate and communicate effectively with teammates.

  • Celebrate both individual and team successes.

10. Positive Attitude
  • Maintain an optimistic attitude.

  • Encourage teammates and focus on improvement.

Repeated offences or severe violations may result in a more extended suspension from football activities.

By participating in the Dwight Seoul Youth Football Class, both parents and players acknowledge and agree to adhere to this Code of Conduct. This ensures a positive and inclusive learning environment for everyone involved.

Consequences for Violations
  1. Verbal Warning: For minor infractions, players will receive a verbal warning and guidance on improving behavior.

  2. Time-Out from Play: Persistent misbehavior or something deemed as an extreme breach of the code of conduct may result in a temporary suspension from participating in football activities for one week.

  3. Parental Involvement: In severe cases, coaches may involve parents to address behavior concerns and collaborate on a resolution plan.

  4. Player-Coach Conference: Coaches may arrange a meeting with the player to discuss and understand the reasons behind their behavior

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