RESPECT

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RESPECT

Welcome to the Club’s area of the FA Respect Programme. Respect is the collective responsibility of everyone involved in football to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place.

The FA’s Respect programme provides tools for clubs from grassroots to elite football – to help ensure a safe, positive environment in which to play the game and in Guernsey all our FA Charter Standard Clubs endorse the programme,  Guernsey FA strives to give leagues the resource and information to help implement the FA Respect programme within their club environment.

The following resources are available to utilise in your club:

The ‘Use Your Head’ seeks to help clubs & leagues combat the issues surrounding bad language in small stadia. Clubs visiting this site will be able to download flyers, posters, signage and personalise them with their own league logos. CLICK HERE

The FA Respect Barriers scheme assists leagues to get appropriate barriers for implementation of the Respect programme at club venues and facilities.

Respect resources are available for clubs to download and utilise. CLICK HERE

The Respect Toolkit is available which will help you promote respect and fair play in your club. CLICK HERE

Youth Club Respect Guide. Find out what your youth football club needs to do to keep our beautiful game beautiful. CLICK HERE

 Adult Club Respect Guide. What your football club should be doing to stamp out the ugly side of football. CLICK HERE

 

Fair Play Awards

The Guernsey Football Association supports the FA Respect campaign which is the tool used to raise awareness of the collective responsibility of everyone involved in football to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place.

As part of the Guernsey Football Association’s commitment towards creating and sustaining a suitable environment for players, coaches, referees, supporters and volunteers, a Fair Play Award scheme was introduced at the beginning of the 2012-13 Season. This scheme takes into consideration the on-field discipline within Clubs and Teams and also the behaviour of players, coaches and supporters. Two quarterly awards are made during the Season along with an overall Season award. This end of Season award is given to the Club which has displayed positive behaviour from players, coaches and supporters on a regular and sustained basis along with an excellent on-field disciplinary record.

Winners of the awards are:

2012-13 Season

Quarter 1 – Rovers

Quarter 2 – Rovers

Overall – Rovers