On a weekly basis, after every football game, youth teams receive a Respect score from their opponents. Their scores are based on based on the behaviours of players, team officials, and spectators; a national FA intervention to promote Respect and reduce poor behaviour.
At a local level we have worked with our youth leagues as part of the Respect, Reward, and Intervention programme by taking monthly Respect scores and recognising and rewarding the teams who achieved 100 percent scores.
(Millmoor Juniors FC Girls U9)
From the thousands of youth teams, and hundreds of weekly fixtures, there were nine teams who consistently received full marks throughout the 2022-23 season.
Scawthorpe Scorpions U9 Girls Red
Adwick Park Rangers J.F.C. U8 Red
Bessacarr JFC U10 Green
Edenthorpe U8 Girls
Harworth Colliery Jnrs HARWORTH COLLIERY
Millmoor Juniors F.C. (Girls) U9
Rotherham United Whitehill WG U9
Scawthorpe Scorpions U8 Girls
Aston Swallownest U9 Girls
“It’s exceptional to receive 100 percent each month throughout the season. We must give credit to the players, coaches, spectators, and club officials for creating such a positive environment at their club.” Molly Johnson, Youth Football Development Officer.
(Harworth Colliery JFC)
The aim of the Respect, Reward and Intervention is to improve behaviour at games and create the right environments for players and match officials to ensure that football is fun, safe and inclusive.
Congratulations to the nine winning teams, who were awarded with a £30 kitlocker voucher.
Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA are pleased to announce that after yet another successful season that the Respect, Reward, and Intervention will be continuing for a third year in the 2023/2024 season.
Will your team become the Respect Team of the season next year….