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A footballer's agreement

Our players

Our ambassadors

What we expect from our players is not limited to hard work, training & winning matches. we aim to nurture better individuals who can represent the club in a respectful manner while inside the club as well as out in social gatherings.
All members of Alliance Football Club are considered ambassadors of the club and are expected to promote “Humility, Hard Work & Team before self. These values are not just applicable to the game of football! they apply to everything in life.

Both In Football & In Life:

In football: Not over celebrating a win or showing happiness over the opposition goalkeepers deadly mistake.
In life: Helping out the ones in need instead of showing off the fancy gadgets.

In football: Giving it everything you have to win over a coach or going through that extra mile to learn to play a new position regardless of its difficulties.
In life: Accepting wild challenges from family members or school teachers such as learning a new language or hitting a particular mark although it might look impossible to achieve.

In football: Cheering for the team during a match despite not taking part in it.
In life: Sacrificing a friend’s party for spending time with your grandparents who’re here to visit over the weekend.

football ambassadors
The badge you wear is your identity.

Player's Code of Conduct

Alliance FC continues to vigorously strive for the highest standards of sportsmanship in youth football. Every participant; whether player, coach, coach’s assistant, parent, family member, guardian or spectator has a responsibility to comply with and 

These acts may result in the exclusion of a player from the club:

  • Insubordination
  • Abusive language
  • Negative attitude
  • Racial slurs of any kind
  • Fighting
  • Destruction of equipment/uniforms
  • Littering on Playing Grounds (Rubbish, Food, Snacks, Chewing Gum, etc.)
  • Lying
  • Forgery
  • Inappropriate use of Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
  • Criminal (Theft, Smoking, Drug use, Alcohol use)
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