Respect at Oxfordshire FA

Respect

Everyone can play their part

Why we lead on Respect

Football is For ALL and should be enjoyed in a safe, fun and inclusive environment, where you and I can play our part.

Respect is an important value in life, not just football. Leading with Respect is important to Oxfordshire FA and we want to ensure that the match day environments played here are memorable for the right reasons. It’s all about creating the best possible football experiences.

Across our county there are so many people who champion the behaviours of Respect (for example fairness, integrity, inclusion and leadership) and can demonstrate how they have worked to make these behaviours a part of the game in their communities.

We would like to unite the game in our county, by everyone championing Respect and coming together to positively impact one more or even many more.

E-Learning for Coaches

ONLINE RESPECT MODULE

The FA has launched a brand-new Respect For Coaches e-learning module, which can now be completed online.

This FREE 20-minute course supports the objectives of The FA Respect campaign.

With a strategic focus on coaches and parents within mini-soccer and youth football, this online course focuses on education coaches on the following principles:

  • Creating the right environment
  • Lead by positive example
  • Understand your players
  • Build a positive team around you
  • Instil an ‘anything is possible’ attitude

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Frequently asked questions about Respect

Within your club you will have a Welfare officer, you can gain his or her details from your club secretary (if you’re not aware who this is). Please speak to them ASAP after the incident and they will be able to action the next steps, depending on the seriousness of the incident.
Someone who promotes all the behaviours (for example fairness, integrity, inclusion and leadership). This could be someone within a club or league and is not a formal role. Why not have more than one!

Yes, there is a Respect equipment scheme which the FA delivers in partnership with the Football Foundation. You can visit by clicking here.

Your County FA would love to hear some positive work being carried out for Respect. If your County FA is on social media, simply use their handle and engage using #ForRespect.

Share your message and a picture. Please note, if you are taking pictures of children and using for social media, consent will need to be given by the child’s parent/guardian/carer.
Please contact the Respect Champion or County Welfare officer at your County FA. They would be happy to hear your ideas and can provide you with some constructive feedback.
Everyone is responsible and should play their part in creating safe, fun and inclusive environments. No matter what your role is, let’s work together to unite the game.
Yes, absolutely. County FAs are happy to work with individuals/groups that wish to champion Respect. Please send details of your workshop to your Respect contact.