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Tamworth Junior Football League

RESPECT Campaign and Codes of Conduct

Tamworth Junior Football League is a Charter Standard League and all member clubs have to either hold or achieve charter standard status within one year of joining our competitions. The RESPECT campaign is an important part of Junior football as it is there to create a safe environment for all participants, espcially the players and referee's. The conduct of spectators is paramount in the success of the RESPECT campaign and we expect all involved to have read and signed their respective codes of conduct and completed any online courses available to them to ensure they understand and comply with the codes.
In an effort to assist all involved in our league, we ask you read the below information:

Parents & Supporters Code of Conduct

Parents and Spectators have a great influence on children’s enjoyment and success in football. All children play football because they first and foremost love the game – it is fun.

It is important to remember that however good a child becomes at football within the member club's team it is important to reinforce the message that positive encouragement will contribute to:
1. Children enjoying football.
2. A sense of personal achievement.
3. Self-esteem.
4. Assist to improve the child’s skills and techniques.

A parent or spectator’s expectations and attitudes have a significant bearing on a child’s attitude towards:
1. Other players.
2. Officials.
3. Managers.
4. Spectators.

Parents and spectators within the club must ensure they are always positive and encouraging towards all of the children not just their own.

The member club encourages parents and spectators to:
1. Applaud the opposition as well as your own team.
2. Avoid coaching the child during the game.
3. Not to shout and scream.
4. Respect the referee’s decision.
5. Give attention to each of the children involved in football not just the most talented.
6. Give encouragement to everyone to participate in football.

When a player signs for any Member Junior Football Club, parents and spectators within the club agree and adhere to the Club’s Code of Conduct and Child Protection Policy.

We would also add the following links and encourage everyone to read the articles:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-20553556

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/12171203/Parents-on-football-touchline-so-violent-someone-could-be-killed-youth-league-chairman-warns.html

Parents can access the online Parents Respect course and gain a certificate of completion:  Click Here

We thank everyone for their commitment to work together with the management committee to improve the standards of behaviour towards all involved in our League and support our ongoing intention to make our matches a safe & friendly place to watch young people play football.

Match Day Forms & Transfers

Download forms using the links below
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2018/2019 Fixtures

Use the link above to access
all age group fixtures or
Click Here

Match Report Forms 2018/19

Using Gotfootball for fixtures,
all report forms are available
from within the team account
for weekly printing by both teams.
It includes ALL ELIGIBLE and
rostered players.
Ineligible/Suspended players 
will have a 'red line' through
their name. NO players are
to be hand written on the form.

A printed roster MUST be
takento  ALL matches
and shown upon request.

Instructions for Managers/Coaches

How to Print Match report Form
Click Here

How to Print Rosters for matches
Click Here

Match Report form results
input and scorers/assists -
Did not Play &contacts
chat function
and more click below

Click for Chat Function

Click to add Results etc

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More examples

Download Rosters
Click Here

Download Match Report Form
Click Here

How to Enter Results
Click Here

Match Free Date Form (Stand-down)
Season 2018/19
Click Here

Transfer Form - 2018/19
(Gotfootball Login details required)
Click Here