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Welcome To Congleton Rovers JFC

Congleton Rovers FC is an FA Charter Standard Community Club based at Congleton High School. We run teams from U7s to U18s who play in the Mid-Cheshire Youth Football League and the U21s who play in the... More

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FA RESPECT - WE ONLY DO POSITIVE

(Liz Greening 05/09/2018)
The FA Respect campaign – We Only Do Positive

To help communicate a consistent campaign message we have provided below a summary of the campaign.

The FA’s Respect campaign was launched in the 2008/9 season after a build-up of behavioural problems in the National Game. Following its success, The FA want to spread the message of Respect even further across English football. The new campaign - ‘We Only Do Positive’ - aims to do just that.

The new campaign highlights the importance of positive behaviour towards young footballers, specifically looking at the impact parents and coaches can have. The campaign is rooted in extensive research carried out in 2017/18 to understand more clearly the effect of negative behaviour on Under 7s - Under 18s and where Respect interventions would be most effective.

The research provided clear evidence of why positivity was so important in the youth game. The stand-out insight was that 9 in 10 children played better with positive encouragement. In addition, the research highlighted that negative experiences on children had a serious adverse effects on both in their footballing ability and more widely to their enjoyment of the sport.

‘We Only Do Positive’ is a response to this research and uses an all new strategic approach to target coaches and parents specifically around mini-soccer and youth football. It aims to promote and educate coaches and parents on their roles in creating a fun, safe and inclusive environment for all the players, ensuring they have great experiences throughout their football journey.