*Soccer is a game of happiness.
*The laws of soccer should be regarded as mutual agreements, the spirit or letter of which no one should try to evade or break.
*Visiting teams and spectators are honored guests.
*No advantages except those of superior skill should be sought.
*Officials decision should be accepted without looking angry, no matter how unfair they may seem.
*The ideal is the greatest good to the greatest number.
*In soccer, as in life, treat others as you would have them treat you.
*Play the game for the game's sake.
*Be generous when you win.
*Be graceful when you loose.
*Be fair always no matter what the cost.
*Obey the laws of the game.
*Work for the good of the team.
*Accept the decisions of the officials with good grace.
*Believe in the honesty of your opponents.
*Conduct yourself with honor and dignity.
*Children have more need of example than criticism.
*Make athletic participation for your child and others a positive experience.
*Attempt to relieve the pressure of competition, not increase it. A child is easily affected by outside influences.
*Be kind to your child's coach and to the officials. The coach is a volunteer giving of personal time and money to provide a recreational activity for your child. The coach is providing a valuable community service, often without reward other than the personal satisfaction of having served the community.