Parental code


  • All players registered in the FZ or its branch pass a preliminary selection
  • Preliminary selection and subsequent admission to the FZ or its branch does not give the accepted player the right to be a permanent member of the teams.
  • a player may be expelled for gross disciplinary misconduct
  • a player may be expelled for low athletic performance
  • a player may be expelled due to low school performance
  • a player may be expelled for a parent's violation of Clause 4 (prohibition)


  • participation in official matches
  • has the right to meet with the coaches of the team and the head of the FZ once a month
  • has the right to receive any information related to the child's learning
  • receive any information or comments regarding the training agreement


  • compliance with the terms of the contract signed with the club
  • participation in parent meetings


  • cannot attend training sessions (only during open training)
  • You are not allowed to enter team locker rooms, coaches' or referees' rooms
  • you cannot communicate with team players during a game or training
  • do not interfere in team formation issues
  • do not interfere in determining the lineup for a game or trip to a tournament


  • do not fill out questionnaires, which are given in the form of FO da homework for the child
  • don't pay too much attention to match results
  • maintaining interest in football
  • inform the team coach about drastic changes in the child's behavior
  • participate in games whenever possible
  • do not discuss the work and decisions of the coach with the child
  • do not discuss the coach's work and decisions with other parents
  • child support in case of failure
  • do not give recommendations regarding the game itself
  • do not comment on the game actions of the football players of their team during the game
  • do not enter into discussions with the players of the opposing team or the parents of the players
  • everyone in the stadium is treated with respect: partners, referees, parents, fans, doctors, managers, coaches and players of the opposing team, etc.
  • teaching a child to keep sports equipment clean on their own
  • independent training of the child and preliminary Assembly of sports equipment for training or play
  • monitor compliance with hygiene rules
  • monitoring the routine associated with exercise, nutrition, school
  • monitoring the eating process before and after exercise/game
  • control of learning in a comprehensive school
  • informing the team coach about negative changes in the educational process at school
  • Inform the management of the FC about the proposal to transfer to another club, provide the contacts of this representative