A campaign is being launched this morning to tackle parents who are critical or overly-competitive when watching their children play football.
The Football Association of Wales, which has named its campaign 'Behind the Line, Behind the Team', says it wants to prevent adults being 'over-zealous' on the touchline of children's matches.
Adults are asked to sign a code of conduct, which includes 'never publicly criticise or ridicule my child or another player', 'support and motivate all players, including the opposition', and agreeing 'not to place my child under pressure or push them into unwanted activities'.
There is also a request not to post negative comments on social networking sites about young players, match officials or volunteers.
The FAW says it wants to remind parents that 'children play for fun and winning isn't everything'.
There are similar codes of conduct in place for young players themselves, as well as coaches, managers and volunteers.
Barry Town United AFC have won a court battle against the Football Association of Wales over a decision to refuse the club entry to the Welsh League.
Barry Town were withdrawn from the Welsh League last season by owner Stuart Lovering but had been reformed by a group of supporters under the name of Barry Town United AFC with the hope of continuing nest season in the Welsh pyramid.
There are reports that Wales and Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen will miss the rest of the season after a recurrence of a shoulder injury. The Guardian say that the 23 year old will undergo surgery this week.
On Monday the FAW announced that Allen had pulled out of the Wales squad to face Scotland and Croatia in World Cup Qualifiers this month.