I teach the player to respect all of the people who are part of the game as I do, including players, coaches, referees, officials and spectators, regardless of their sex, race, language, nationality, religion, physical appearance or social status
Children and adolescents need their parents to help them acquire these values and to support them in their efforts, in defeat as well as in victory.
I aspire to running quality practices, to improving the player within the best suited conditions in an environment where all physical and moral integrity is protected.
I respect the facilities and the equipment.
I play soccer for my personal development, to give the best of myself and to share with others the values of mutual help, solidarity, generosity and work.
I am punctual and diligent.
I develop a competitive spirit.
Through my behaviour and my speech, I demonstrate that I refuse to take part in any form of verbal or physical violence, cheating, or doping, and I must report any act of violence that I am a witness to.