YOUR GUIDE TO RUNNING A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL AGES

This guidance will assist your club in creating and maintaining a supportive, safe and fun environment in which children and young people can learn and develop their football skills and knowledge.  You’ll find advice on taking photographs of children, organising travel and trips, collecting players’ data, running a club website, including and safeguarding deaf and disabled children and lots more.

Sign up to ‘Respect’

The FA’s Respect Programme outlines that a certain standard of organisation and behaviour is expected from everyone in football – whether as a league or club official, player, parent, coach or referee.

Respect is all about creating a fun, safe environment and its core principles are in line with the Safeguarding Children principles.  For more information including the Respect Codes of Conduct, please click here.

Safeguarding Children

The Surrey County Women & Girls League (“the League”) recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and young people (defined as any person under the age of 18) involved in football.  For more information including the Safeguarding Children Policy, please click here.