|Infringements and Conducts|
|Written by Brendan Stone|
|Tuesday, 27 March 2012 22:28|
Player Infringement Classifications
Match officials classify all infringements given to a player under the following codes. As well as any card or sanction applied by the referee, during a match, the MBUSC Senior Committee will use these codes to determine any further sanctions that may be applied to infringing players.
MINOR INFRINGEMENTS – YELLOW CARD (CAUTION) CODES
SERIOUS INFRINGEMENTS – RED CARD (EXPULSION) CODES
Player Conduct - FFSA RESPECT Campaign
Football Federation SA is pleased to launch the RESPECT campaign at the beginning of the 2012 season. RESPECT is designed to be an ongoing program for Football in South Australia. RESPECT will create an enjoyable and safe playing environment for all participants in Football including players, spectators, coaches, volunteers and officials. Through this program all participants will have the opportunity to understand and implement RESPECT and that if you GIVE IT, you will GET IT! RESPECT.
The aim of Respect is to create an enjoyable and safe playing environment that enables all participants and spectators to partake in our wonderful game free from abuse, criticism, bullying and physical assault. Additionally for young players and officials, it will create opportunities to play and officiate without being placed under undue pressure by parents and spectators. Football needs to address the ever-increasing poor behaviour that is contributing to an:
Football is a very passionate game. At times people get caught up in the emotion of a match. It is important for everyone to acknowledge and remember that:
To ensure we can achieve Respect throughout our game a collective approach is required from everyone involved in Football. People need to take responsibility for their actions. Did you know that it is a criminal offence to verbally abuse and/or physically assault a person? This is not action that you would normally take in everyday life and just because it occurs at a sporting event doesn’t make it less of a criminal act. Such action should not be accepted, regardless of where it occurs.
As a player representing our club, please make sure you have read and understood:
As a Coach, Team Manager or Club Official, please make sure you have read and understood:
As a spectator, please make sure you have read and understood:FFSA Respect - Spectators