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RULES/CODE OF CONDUCT (CLICK HERE)
Code Of Conduct 

League policy is aimed at conduct that the league said "detracts from gameday/night experience."

It includes bans on:

• Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal.

• Drunkenness and signs of alcohol impairment that result in irresponsible behavior.

• Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures.

• Interference with the progress of the game, including throwing objects onto the field.

• Failing to follow instructions of league & school personnel.

• Verbal or physical harassment of fans from the opposing team.

The game experience is critically important to the our leagues, our clubs and our fans and it will be a major focus this and every season.  We are committed to improving the fan experience in every way we can -- from the time fans arrive in the parking lot to when they depart the venue.

The league also left teams the option of adding additional provisions to the code based on local circumstances. It said the guidelines would be contained in mailings to fans and signs posted at venues.

 

AAC Coaches/Player Code of Conduct

COACHES CODE OF CONDUCT: All coaches, players and spirit participants will abide by a Code of Conduct which includes the following provisions. If any of these rules are broken, the League shall have the authority to impose a penalty. Coaches shall:

AAAC1: Not smoke and/or use smokeless tobacco on the field.

AAAC 2: Not criticize athletes, coaches, spirit participants in front of spectators, but reserve constructive criticism for later, in private, or in the presence of team/squad members if others might benefit.

AAAC 3: Accept decisions of officials and judges on the field and in competitions as being fair and called to the best ability of said officials.

AAAC 4: Not criticize an opposing team, its athletes, coaches, spirit participants, or fans by word of mouth or by gesture.

AAAC 5: Emphasize that good athletes strive to be good students and that both are physically and mentally alert.

AAAC 6: Strive to make every game activity serve as a training ground for life, and a basis for good mental and physical health.

AAAC 7: Emphasize that winning is the result of good "teamwork."

AAAC 8: Not engage in excessive sideline coaching and shall not leave the bench area to shout instructions from the sidelines.

AAAC 9: Together with team officials, be jointly responsible for the conduct and control of team fans and spectators. Any fan who becomes a nuisance and out of control will be asked to leave.

AAAC 10: Not use abusive or profane language at any time.

AAAC 11: Not "pile it on;" not encourage their team to get a commanding lead and raise the score as high as it can. In these instances, every effort shall be made to let all athletes participate.

AAAC 12: Not permit or encourage "sweating down" tactics in order for a player to make the team weight. (Football)

AAAC 13: Not recommend or distribute any medication, controlled or over the counter, except as specifically prescribed by participant's physician.

AAAC 14: Not permit an ineligible athlete or spirit participant to participate in a game.

AAAC 15: Not deliberately incite unsportsmanlike conduct.

AAAC 16: Abstain from the possession and drinking of alcoholic beverages and the possession or use of any illegal substance on both the game and practice fields.

AAAC 17: Remove from a game/activity/event or practice any participant when even slightly in doubt about his/her health, whether or not as a result of injury, until competent medical advice is available.

AAAC 18: Control their fans. Remember, as a team coach, you're responsible for your team, and fan reaction will usually be in step with your reaction.

AAAC 19: Uphold all rules and regulations, National and local, regarding AAU activities.

AAAC 20:  Coaches & school administrators are responsible for their own first aid and the administration of such to an injured/ill player.

  

League policy is aimed at conduct that the league said "detracts from gameday/night experience."

It includes bans on:

• Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal.

• Drunkenness and signs of alcohol impairment that result in irresponsible behavior.

• Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures.

• Interference with the progress of the game, including throwing objects onto the field.

• Failing to follow instructions of stadium personnel.

• Verbal or physical harassment of fans from the opposing team.

The game experience is critically important to the our leagues, our clubs and our fans and it will be a major focus this and every season.  We are committed to improving the fan experience in every way we can -- from the time fans arrive in the parking lot to when they depart the venue.

The league also left teams the option of adding additional provisions to the code based on local circumstances. It said the guidelines would be contained in mailings to fans and signs posted at venues.