Mon
May
27
07:00 PM
Millet U15/17 Team 1
Pigeon Lake U15/17 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Thorsby U9 Team 2
Pigeon Lake U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Millet U9 Team 1
Thorsby U9 Team 3
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Leduc U9 Team 3
Calmar U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Leduc U9 Team 4
Warburg U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Leduc U9 Team 1
Devon U9 Team 2
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Thorsby U9 Team 1
Leduc U9 Team 2
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Calmar U9 Team 2
Devon U9 Team 1
Tue
May
28
06:30 PM
Breton U9 Team 2
Breton U9 Team 1
Wed
May
29
06:30 PM
Leduc U11 Team 3
Breton U11 Team 2
Wed
May
01
06:30 PM
Leduc U11 Team 3
Leduc U11 Team 2
6
2
Thu
May
02
07:00 PM
Leduc U13 Team 1
Devon U13 Team 1
9
4
Thu
May
02
07:00 PM
Calmar U13 Team 1
Thorsby U13 Team 1
0
8
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Warburg U11 Team 1
Breton U11 Team 1
6
6
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Leduc U11 Team 2
Leduc U11 Team 3
1
6
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Pigeon Lake U11 Team 1
Millet U11 Team 1
6
1
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Breton U11 Team 2
Thorsby U11 Team 1
6
0
Wed
May
08
06:30 PM
Devon U11 Team 1
Devon U11 Team 2
7
3
Thu
May
09
07:00 PM
Thorsby U13 Team 1
Leduc U13 Team 1
7
8

FIFA Fair Play Code


 

The FIFA Fair Play Code for football encapsulates all of the sporting, moral and ethical principles for which FIFA has always stood and for which it will continue to fight in the future, regardless of the influences and pressures that may be brought to bear.

The ten golden rules not only serve as a credo for FIFA as world football’s governing body, but they also reinforce the sense of fraternity and cooperation among the members of the worldwide football family.

1.  Play fair
Winning is without value if victory has been achieved unfairly or dishonestly. Cheating is easy, but brings no pleasure. Playing fair requires courage and character. It is also more satisfying. Fair play always has its reward, even when the game is lost. Playing fair earns respect, while cheating only brings shame. Remember: it is only a game. And games are pointless unless played fairly.
2. Play to win but accept defeat with dignity
Winning is the object of playing any game. Never set out to lose. If you do not play to win, you are cheating your opponents, deceiving those who are watching, and also fooling yourself. Never give up against stronger opponents but never relent against weaker ones. It is an insult to any opponent to play at less than full strength. Play to win, until the final whistle. But remember nobody wins all the time. You win some, you lose some. Learn to lose graciously. Do not seek excuses for defeat. Genuine reasons will always be self-evident. Congratulate the winners with good grace. Do not blame the referee or anyone else. Be determined to do better next time. Good losers earn more respect than bad winners.
3. Observe the Laws of the Game
All games need rules to guide them. Without rules, there would be chaos. The rules of football are simple and easy to learn. Make sure you learn them; it will help you to understand the game better. Understanding the game better will make you a better player. It is equally important to understand the spirit of the rules. They are designed to make the game fun to play and fun to watch. By sticking to the rules, the game will be more enjoyable.
4. Respect opponents, team-mates, referees, officials and spectators
Fair Play means respect. Respect is part of our game. Without opponents there can be no game. Everyone has the same rights, including the right to be respected. Team-mates are colleagues. Form a team in which all members are equal. Referees are there to maintain discipline and Fair Play. Always accept their decisions without arguing, and help them to enable all participants to have a more enjoyable game. Officials are also part of the game and must be respected accordingly. Spectators give the game atmosphere. They want to see the game played fairly, but must also behave fairly and with respect themselves.
5. Promote the interests of football
Football is the world’s greatest game. But it always needs everybody’s help to maintain its greatness. Think of football’s interests before your own. Think how your actions may affect the image of the game. Talk about the positive things in the game. Encourage other people to watch and play fairly. Help others to have as much fun from football as you do. Be an ambassador for the game.
6. Honour those who defend football’s good reputation

The good name of football has survived because the vast majority of people who love the game are honest and fair. Sometimes somebody does something exceptional that deserves our special recognition. They should be honoured and their fine example publicised. This encourages others to act in the same way. Help to promote football’s image by publicising its good deeds.
7. Reject corruption, drugs, racism, violence, gambling and other dangers to our sport
Football’s huge popularity sometimes makes it vulnerable to negative outside interests. Watch out for attempts to tempt you into cheating or using drugs. Drugs have no place in football, in any other sport or in society as a whole. Say no to drugs. Help to kick racism and bigotry out of football. Treat all players and everyone else equally, regardless of their religion, race, sex or national origin. Show zero tolerance for gambling on games in which you participate. It negatively affects your ability to perform and creates the appearance of a conflict of interests. Show that football does not want violence, even from your own fans. Football is sport, and sport is peace.
8. Help others to resist corrupting pressures
You may hear that team-mates or other people you know are being tempted to cheat in some way or otherwise engage in behaviour deemed unacceptable. They need your help. Do not hesitate to stand by them. Give them the strength to resist. Remind them of their commitment to their team-mates and to the game itself. Form a block of solidarity, like a solid defence on the field of play.
9. Denounce those who attempt to discredit our sport
Do not be ashamed to stand up to anybody who you are sure is trying to make others cheat or engage in other unacceptable behaviour. It is better to expose them and have them removed before they can do any damage. It is equally dishonest to go along with a dishonest act. Do not just say no. Denounce those misguided persons who are trying to spoil our sport before they can persuade somebody else to say yes.
10. Use football to make a better world
Football has an incredible power, which can be used to make this world a better place in which everyone can live. Use this powerful platform to promote peace, equality, health and education for everyone. Make the game better, take it to the world, and you will be fostering a better world.

 

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