All our club officials details need to re-register for the new season using the link below. If for any reason you won’t be continuing in your role, please inform one of the committee.
Before You Register
Please take a moment to read the FA Codes of Conduct. We expect all players, spectators and club officials to conduct themselves in keeping with the spirit of the game. Contravention may result in expulsion from the club.
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Watch the FA Respect Campaign Video featuring Ray Winstone. This type of over-zealous, aggressive behaviour is exactly what we DON’T want to see.
For more videos by the FA visit the Mytchett YouTube channel and access playlists.
We take the responsibility of coaching your children seriously, and it’s important you know what to expect from us. That’s why we have a Club Ethos and Coaching Philosophy. Please have a read and feel free to ask any questions.
The safety and welfare of the children is paramount. Every one of our FA qualified coaches and all of our committee have undertaken Child Safeguarding training. The club’s Child Safeguarding Policy explains how we expect our club officials to act at all times. If you have any concerns over the welfare of children at the club, please contact Sian Ramsden, our Club Welfare Officer (CWO) in the first instance firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Child Safeguarding please visit the FA website http://www.thefa.com/football-rules-governance/safeguarding
The FA has produced a short film to help explain how you can report any concerns about a child.