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The FA Charter Standard Club Programme was established in February 2001 to provide recognition that clubs are well run, sustainable, with child protection and safety paramount. It also recognises the club’s commitment to coaching, player and coach development and the raising of standards of behaviour in the game. The Football Development Strategy 2001-2006 highlighted the importance of club development and of the need to develop a more effective Club structure. It stated that ‘The Football Association must support clubs who have the potential to develop a number of teams, providing ‘football for all’ and ‘football for life’.

Woodmansterne Hyde Football Club Chartered Status

Woodmansterne Hyde Football Club was appointed as a FA Charter Standard Community Club on
12th November 2009.


Woodmansterne Hyde Football Club Chartered Status Goals

  • A written constitution

  • FA CRC checked volunteers

  • All managers to have minimum of FA Level 1 Coaching qualification

  • Commitment to attend in-service training

  • Acceptance and promotion of RESPECT Codes of Conduct

  • Commitment to provide Mini-Soccer opportunities from Under 9s

  • Commitment to promote schools liaison and equal opportunities for all

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