The Club fully supports the FA’s commitment to making football safe for young players. The FA has published an update that can be found via the link below – please take time to read it.

The Club’s 3 Welfare Officers are: –

Mini Soccer section – Sare Michael 07505074434
11 v 11 boys section – Sam Duckers 07340698357
Girls and ladies section – Steve Willis 07980239584

The Club also distributed Safeguarding Signposting cards at the start of the year – for every parent to have in their possession if they need to report an incident or seek advice.
Can you message the page if you did not receive one please.


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