Volunteers - Respect

Welcome to the Volunteers 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 coaches, referees, volunteers and parents from grassroots to elite football to help ensure a safe, positive environment in which to play the game. In Lincolnshire County FA all our leagues are signed up to the ‘FA Respect Programme’ and all our FA Charter Standard Clubs endorse the ‘programme’ with many embedding specific Respect Co-Ordinator.

To all managers and coaches - Do you want a happy, successful team?

Follow these tips for success:

  • Recognise that you won't get all your decisions right and neither will the referee.
  • You are the person in charge. Lead by example. If you rant and rave so will they!
  • How many of us have ever got better at something in response to someone swearing or throwing tea cups at us?
  • Would you use bad language at home in front of your children?

There is something sad and quite alarming to see grown adults shout at children, don't be a Muppet!

If that's not enough information, continue reading for a guide to being the best manager:

For The FA's Code of Conduct for Coaches', Team Managers' and Club Officials' Click Here

For The FA's Respect Guide to Safeguarding Children, Click Here

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