Code of Conduct


California United Strikers FC wants to make sure the overall fan experience is enjoyable and respectful for everyone in attendance. The club is deeply committed to fostering an inclusive environment free of harassment and discrimination. We ask all fans to please abide by our code of conduct while visiting Championship Stadium.

• Fans are encouraged to cheer, sing, and otherwise support their team while remaining respectful and courteous to their fellow fans.  We also ask for respect towards all referees, players, coaches, staff and officials.

• Our professional soccer experience should ALWAYS be free from fighting, throwing of objects, attempts to enter the playing field, use of political or inciting comments, disorderly behavior, foul, sexist, racial, obscene or abusive language.

• Fans are always expected to comply with requests from stadium staff regarding stadium policies and emergency response procedures.

• Fans should promptly and carefully return the ball to a stadium staff member or the ball kid on the sidelines in the event that a ball enters the stands.

• Guests appearing to be intoxicated will be denied entrance into Championship Stadium.

• No bullying… Period!

• Cameras and hand-held video may be brought into the stadium, provided they are intended for personal use and do not obstruct another guest's view. The recording of any game action onto any media/social media platform is strictly prohibited.

• Drones may NOT be flown over the stadium at any time.

• Smoking (including electronic cigarettes) and tobacco products are prohibited at Championship Stadium.

• Fans are encouraged to bring signs, flags and banners to support their team but any displays that are political, offensive or discriminatory in nature will be confiscated and may result in an ejection.

• Fans should consult the Cal United Strikers prohibited items list (found on for a full list of prohibited items at Championship Stadium

• All bags and backpacks are subject to search by stadium security.

Fans found violating California United Strikers FC’s code of conduct could face ejection from the event as well as potential bans from future California United Strikers FC events.