FFA Cup spectator code of conduct protocols

Hume City would like to remind all patrons of its upcoming FFA Cup clash with Melbourne Victory of spectator code of conduct protocols which are put in place to ensure the safety of fans, staff and officials.

At no point prior, during or after the game are unauthorised patrons allowed to enter the field of play or its surrounds.

We ask that all patrons take a moment to read the FFA Spectator guidelines protocol.

(a) respect the decisions of Match Officials and teach children to do the same;

(b) never ridicule or unduly scold a child for making a mistake;

(c) respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person regardless of their gender, ability, race, colour, religion, language, politics, national or ethnic origin;

(d) not use violence in any form, whether it is against other spectators, Team Officials (including coaches), Match Officials or Players;

(e) not engage in discrimination, harassment or abuse in any form, including the use of obscene or offensive language or gestures, the incitement of hatred or violence or partaking in indecent or racist chanting;

(f) comply with any terms of entry of a venue, including bag inspections, prohibited and restricted items such as flares, missiles, dangerous articles and items that have the potential to cause injury or public nuisance;

(g) not, and must not attempt to, bring into a venue national or political flags or emblems (except for the recognised national flags of any of the competing teams) or offensive or inappropriate banners, whether written in English or a foreign language;

(h) not throw missiles (including on to the field of play or at other spectators) and must not enter the field of play or its surrounds without lawful authority; and

(i) conduct themselves in a manner that enhances, rather than injures, the reputation and goodwill of FFA and football generally.

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