The IFF, as an active member of the Olympic Movement has established guidelines for the conduct of the Athletes´ Entourage.
The Athletes´ Entourage comprises all the persons associated with the athletes within the Floorball community and all types of Floorball sport disciplines, including, without any limitation, coaches, physical trainers, medical staff, physiotherapists, managers, club employees, agents, sports organisations, sponsors, lawyers and any person promoting the athlete´s sporting career, including family members. More information about Entourage Groups...
The Entourage must, in all their activities, respect and promote ethical principles, including those contained in the Olympic Charter, the IOC Code of Ethics, the WADA Code, the IFF Statutes, the IFF Competition Regulations, the IFF Code of Ethics and the IFF Juridical Regulations. The Entourage must, in accordance with such principles, always act in the best interests of the athlete. Minors must be given special care and consideration.
Members of the Entourage should be adequately qualified to work in their area of expertise, through licenses, certificates or diplomas, particularly when such are proposed by IFF or any National Member Association.
The Entourage shall act in good faith and demonstrate the highest level of integrity, in particular respecting the following principles:
The athletes have a responsibility to act responsibly, choosing their Entourage members with care and with the exercise of due diligence and to use their best efforts to ensure that any contract is negotiated with fair conditions.
Read more in the complete Guidelines for the Conduct of the Athletes´ Entourage.