Code of Conduct

Club Code of Conduct

Winning at any sport, once in a competitive age group, is a part of our sporting tradition but the “spirit of the game” is more important.

This good sporting spirit is an integral part of Roselea FC and must be demonstrated at all times by our players, team and club officials, parents of our junior players and all of our supporters and spectators. 

It is particularly important that this is demonstrated and modelled to our youngest players who learn from observing and following the role modelling of parents, coaches, managers and senior players.

At Roselea FC the following Code of Conduct, are expected, and will be enforced.



"Your opponents are just like you, there to have fun and to develop their skills. Play fierce but friendly!"

"A tough opponent is a gift! They will force you to play at your highest level and beyond."  

"Show concern. Be a good Samaritan. If a player is down, help them up when play stops." 

Download the Roselea FC Players Code of Conduct


As coaches, you determine the kind of experience our athletes have with sports. We want you to be the coach who teaches our athletes how to play the game, striving to win while pursuing the more important goal of teaching life lessons through sports."

Download the Roselea FC Coaches and Managers Code of Conduct


"Be a role model yourself at games. Don't criticise match officials decisions, applaud good play by both teams."

Download the Roselea FC Coaches and Managers Code of Conduct

Parents and Supporters

"Avoid conflicts with parents of the other team. Both sets of parents want their team to win. Share the joy of watching children play. Be courteous. The other team is not the enemy. Without them, there would be no game."

Download the Roselea FC Parents and Supporters Code of Conduct


NWSF promotes a respect program through all Clubs.  We are proud to say that Roselea is taking a leading role in this campaign. We have been involved in the development of the program which will continue to roll out over the next few years.


We have made a commitment to encourage positive behaviour by showing respect to all participants in our beautiful game whether it is as a player, coach, referee or spectator. Our new jerseys have a respect logo on the left arm. This has been done to show our commitment to the program.


The aim of the program is to promote respect of:

  • The match officials, without whom the game would be much less enjoyable

  • The opposition, without whom there would be no game

  • The rules, which keep the game fair and safe.

  • Yourself, set yourself standards and stick to them no matter what the opposition does.  


Click this link for information sheet. Please take the time to read them.

What ​to do if I get a RED CARD

Subject to section 7, a Participant who receives a Red Card must serve a mandatory one (1) Fixture Suspension.

A Red Card may be issued by a Match Official during a Match against a Participant who engages in any one of the following offences and also listed at the Table of Offences at Schedule 3 to these Regulations:


Code Description:

  • R1 Serious foul play

  • R2 Violent conduct

  • R3 Spitting at an opponent or any other person

  • R4 Denying the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by deliberately handling the ball (this does not apply to a goal-keeper within his own penalty area)

  • R5 Denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity to an opponent moving towards the player's goal by an offence punishable by a free kick or a penalty kick

  • R6 Using offensive, insulting or abusive language and/or gestures

  • R7 Receiving a second caution in the same match

  • (c) Suspensions shall be served immediately and in accordance with section 14 of these Regulations.

  • (d) Red Cards issued during an abandoned Match will be upheld regardless of whether the Match is replayed or not.