Our philosophy

The social inclusion of deaf and hard-of-hearing children is at the heart of our concerns. That's why ÊKHÔ Sport aims to introduce them to the game of football, to encourage them to unleash their potential, to fulfil their potential and to strengthen their social dynamism.

With this in mind, every person associated with our ASBL represents this philosophy, whether directly or indirectly.

ÊKHÔ Sport's house rules is an integral part of the training plan for young people.

All players are expected to behave and look after themselves as good sportsmen and women, both on and off the pitch. 

Training

-The player must be present in the changing room 10 minutes before training. 

-Ball games are forbidden before and after training in or outside the changing rooms. 

Player equipment

Players must wear clothing suited to the training conditions (climate and pitch surface). Crampons are not permitted on synthetic pitches or floors. 

Players must have the following equipment for training and matches:

  • A shirt with the official ÊKHÔ Sport logo
  • Shorts with the official ÊKHÔ Sport logo 
  • A winter coat with the official ÊKHÔ Sport logo 
  • A rucksack with the official ÊKHÔ Sport logo 
  • A pair of stockings
  • A pair of Multi-Stud shoes
  • A pair of football shin pads

All equipment is issued by the ASBL to players who have completed their registration and paid the annual fee.

Club uniform (tracksuit) must be worn during outdoor activities. 

Each player takes care of the equipment provided and is responsible for its preservation and maintenance. 

Absences and lateness

The player or parent must inform their coach if they are going to be late or absent.

Assessment and consultation

Players are assessed at the end of the academic year. Please note that this assessment has no impact on the player's admission to the following academic year.