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Player & Parent Codes

Auskick Hong Kong is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and well-being of all the children and young people that participate in Auskick activities, and we ask all participants, parents and volunteers to to adhere to the following Player Code of Behaviour and Parent & Spectator code of conduct to ensure the safety of our kids comes first. 

Player Code of Behaviour

We adopt our player code of behaviour from the AFL Auskick Terms and Conditions of Participation, which are outlined here: AFL Terms and Conditions of Participation

1. Play within the spirit of the game and by the rules of the competition.

2. Never argue with an official. If you have an issue, have your coach approach the official during a break or after the competition.

3. Verbal abuse of officials or other players, and deliberate distraction or provocation of an opponent are not permitted.

4. Do not bully or take unfair advantage of another competitor.

5. Cooperate with your coach, teammates and opponents.

6. Show respect to all players regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion.

Parents & Spectators Code of Conduct

We adopt guidance from the AFL KidsFirst program, including the “Parents/Carers and Spectators Code of Conduct” as well as other key elements of Club and Incident management, which are outlined here: AFL Kids First

1. Remember that children play sport for their enjoyment, not yours

2. Encourage children to participate – do not force participation upon them

3. Focus on the child’s efforts and self-esteem rather than whether they win or lose

4. Encourage children to always participate according to the rules

5. Never ridicule or yell at a child for making a mistake or for the team losing a game

6. Remember that children learn best by example – applaud the efforts of all players in both teams

7. Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from sporting activities

8. Show appreciation of volunteer coaches, officials and administrators, without whom your child could not participate

9. Respect umpires’ decisions and teach children to do likewise

10. Remember that smoking and the consumption of alcohol is generally unacceptable at junior sport