As an FA Community Charter Standard Club we have to adhere to Codes of Practice including Behaviour Policies for parents, players and coaches/managers.
These Policies follow fully the FA produced guidelines and are available for download within the Club Documents Tab on this website.

As further guidance, there are also links on the Home Page to the Soccer Parent Course and the FA Respect Campaign Video. If you have not taken the course or viewed the video, I would strongly suggest that you do now.
In addition to the above, the Club welcomes any feedback – positive and negative – about the conduct of club officials. Feedback should be given to one of the following parties: –

– Club Welfare Officer
– Age Group or Girls/Ladies Representative
– The Committee

Contact details for the above are detailed within the Contacts Page on this website.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact one of the Club Officials.

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