UEFA calls on EURO coaches to set a positive example on the sidelines

UEFA has issued a new code of conduct for coaches at the upcoming EURO, calling for them to set a positive example on and off the pitch. Can this help enhance the image of football and create a memorable Euro 2024 tournament?

In an effort to improve the image of football, UEFA has just issued a code of conduct for coaches at EURO 2024. This emphasizes the importance of respect, fair-play and sportsmanship. Coaches are also expected to behave professionally, avoiding any behavior that could negatively impact the game of football.

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin declared, “We want to send a clear message that we expect the highest standards of conduct from coaches. We believe they play an important role in setting an example for players and fans.”

He also stressed, “The code of conduct is not just a set of rules. It is also a reminder of the responsibility of coaches towards the game of football and society. We can make EURO 2024 a truly memorable event if we all make an effort.”

This is a positive step by UEFA in addressing the behavior of coaches. However, it is only part of the solution. UEFA, national FAs and clubs need to closely coordinate to create a culture of respect in football.

So, what can we do? Coaches should lead by example, setting a positive example. Clubs should support coaches to be successful. National FAs need to develop training programs on fair-play and sportsmanship. UEFA continues to improve the image of football.

With the participation of the strongest European teams according to FIFA rankings such as France (2) – England (3) – Belgium (4) – Netherlands (6) – Portugal (7) – Spain (8) – Italy (9) – Croatia (10)

Bright stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappé, Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku to promising young talents, Euro 2024 promises to bring high-profile and dramatic matches.

EURO 2024 will take place in Germany from June 14 to July 14, 2024 in 10 cities in Germany with 24 participating teams. The teams are divided into 6 groups to select the top 12 teams, and the 4 best third-placed teams get a ticket to the knock-out round. The opening match will be held on June 14 between host Germany and Scotland.

Detailed EURO 2024 groups:

⚽️ Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland

⚽️ Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania

⚽️ Group C: England, Denmark, Serbia, Slovenia

⚽️ Group D: Poland, France, Netherlands, Austria

⚽️ Group E: Slovakia, Romania, Belgium, Ukraine

⚽️ Group F: Portugal, Turkey, Czech Republic, Georgia

Let’s join hands to make EURO 2024 an unforgettable memory for all of us!

Topics: UEFA, EURO 2024, Aleksander Ceferin, Roberto Rosetti

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