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Barmy Army Code of Conduct and Core Values

  • We are passionate about the ethics of the game of cricket and act in the best interests of the English Cricket Team at all times;
  • We respect and value all supporters, players and officials and abide by the ICC Anti-Racism Regulation:
  • Spectators shall not engage in any conduct, act towards or speak to any player, umpire,referee or other official or other spectators in a manner which offends, insults,humiliates, intimidates, threatens, disparages, or vilifies that other person on the basis of that person’s race, religion, colour, or national or ethnic origin.
  • We respect that other people watch cricket in a variety of different ways;
  • We seek to be entertaining when singing and creating songs, not use
    offensive language and have good clean fun;
  • We accept that our official allocations of cricket tickets are a privilege, not a
    right and we do not profit from their resale;
  • We understand that when an individual’s behaviour falls below accepted
    standards it may negatively affect other’s view of the Barmy Army in general.
  • We agree, respect and have read the terms and conditions of Barmy Army
  • The Barmy Army retains the right to remove membership without
    notice if members are seen to be acting outside of our core values.