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WELCOME TO B.S.S.F. SENIOR FOOTBALL WEB SITE. For Birmingham Primary Schools log onto www.bpfsa.org.uk  ||  For any other information please contact Pete Mortiboys: mortiboys.p@sky.com
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Welcome, Season 2016 - 17 Kicks Off Here!

All of the Birmingham Cup draws are now available on this site , while the local district cup and league fixtures can be found on the individual district web sites. Could all staff ensure their school’s results and colours are put on the system promptly and deadline dates are kept to. Contact details should be checked and updated. If staff are missing their individual pin no, it can be obtained from your district secretary or me. Please note that all players should wear pads. All games should be played on appropriate pitches with nets. All U12 games are 9 v 9

The deadline for all round one BSSF cup competitions is 26th September 2016

Please note that all semi finals are now one leg with the first named team responsible for staging the semi final and providing a suitable neutral referee. Only the U14 & U15 finals will be played at Vills Park.

For further information please contact Pete Mortiboys

Other Web Sites

The English Schools' Football Association - http://www.esfa.co.uk
The official site for the latest news and issues affecting English Schools' football.

The West Midlands County Schools' Football Association - http://www.footiemag.net/wmcsfa
The official site for the latest news and issues affecting West Midlands Schools' Football Association.

Aston Erdington & Saltley School Football Association - http://www.footiemag.net/essfa

Kings Norton & South Birmingham Schools' Football Association. - http://www.footiemag.net/knsbsfa

Birmingham Schools F.A. - http://www.footiemag.net/bsfa

Solihull Schools F.A - http://www.footiemag.net/ssfa

The Football Foundation - http://www.footballfoundation.org.uk
The UK's largest sports charity providing investment into grass roots of football.

Birmingham Senior Schools Code Of Conduct
Code of Conduct for Players
  • Regard it as an honour and privilege to represent a school team
  • Treat a match as a game that is fun but play by the rules
  • Take pride in your performance and that of your school
  • Encourage others in your team to do their best
  • Enjoy participating – it should be fun
  • Accept all decisions by match officials
  • Let the Captain speak to the referee on behalf of the team if decisions made by the match officials need to be clarified
  • Recognise outstanding performances by opponents
  • Demonstrate concern for an injured player, regardless of their team
  • Accept victory modestly
  • Learn to take defeat in the right manner and not to look for excuses as to why you may not have been successful on a particular occasion
  • Shake hands with your opponents at the end of each game, regardless of the outcome
  • Thank the referee and his/her assistants for their efforts
  Code of Conduct for Team Managers
  • Put the well-being and safety of players above all other considerations
  • Display sportsmanship in all situations – sportsmanship should be contagious
  • Display high standards of behaviour and appearance
  • Be a good role model for all those in your care
  • Enjoy yourself and in so doing promote enjoyment for others
  • Be responsible for your actions
  • Encourage your supporters to display a sportsmanlike attitude
  • Guide and encourage players to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance
  • Respect and uphold the Laws of the Game and discourage actions and behaviour contrary to the spirit of the Laws of the Game
  • Use acceptable and appropriate language at all times and in all situations
  Code of Conduct for Parents, Peers and Supporters
  • Attendance at a game is a privilege
  • Respect decisions made by the match officials
  • Be a good role model by positively supporting teams in every way possible and be generous with praise
  • Become aware of the competition rules and keep winning in its proper place
  • Respect other spectators, coaches and participants
  • Be a fan not a fanatic
  • Recognise and respect the performances of players in both teams, not just the team that you are supporting
  • Accept victory modestly and defeat graciously, remembering that the team you are supporting will be judged by your reactions
  • Do not ‘boo’ anyone
  • Stand or sit in the place that you have been allocated for the match
  • Do not interfere with instructions given by the teacher/coach in charge of the team


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