Purpose of Club
The object of the club it to provide adequate facilities for training and matches, arrange matches and social events for its members and the surrounding community, provide a competitive, friendly standard of football for boys and girls aged 7-18 at the cheapest possible price and to promote the game of Association Football.
You can expect Managers to:
- Provide good sportsmanship and fair play.
- Be a good role model to the children.
- Be CRB checked (Available to anyone on request).
- Be qualified to level 1 within a year.
We expect Parents to:
- Be punctual to training and matches.
- Give as much notice as possible if a child is to be absent from training or matches.
- Pay subs weekly unless agreed with appropriate manager.
- Read and abide by the Code of Conduct.
What we expect from player:
- Good behaviour.
- Fair sportsmanship.
- To become a team player.
- To be punctual for training and matches.
- To read and understand the Code of Conduct.
- Most importantly to enjoy the game and all participating activities.
Rules and regulations
- The members of the club shall so exercise their rights, powers and duties and shall, where appropriate use their best endeavours to ensure that the others conduct themselves so that the business and affairs of the club are carried out in accordance with and Rules and Regulations of the Football Association Ltd ("The FA") County Football Association to which the club is affiliated ("Parent County Association") and competitions in which the club participates, for the time being in force.
- No alteration to the club rules shall be effective without prior written approval by the Parent County Association. The FA and the Parent County Association reserve the right to approve any proposed changes to the club rules.
- The club will alse abide by the FA's child protection policies and procedures. Codes of Conduct and the Equal Opportunities and Anti-Discrimination Policy as shall be in place from time to time.
- The members of the club from time shall be those persons listed in the register of members (the "Members Register") which shall be maintained by the club secretary.
- Any person who wishes to be a member must apply on the membership application form and deliver it to the club. Election to the membershop shall be at the discretion of the Club Committee and granred in accordance with the anti-discrimination and equality policies which are in place. An appeal against refusal may be made to the club committee in accordance with the complaints procedure in force. Membership shall become effective upon an applicants name being entered onto the Membership Register.
- In the event of a member's resignation or expulsion, his or her name shall be removed from the Membership Register.
- The FA and Parent County Association shall be given access to the Membership Register on demand.
Annual Membership Fee
- An annual fee payable by each member shall be determined from time to time by the club committee and set at a level that will not pose a significant obstacle to community participation. Any fee shall be payable on a successful application for membership and annually by each member. Feels shall not be repayable.
- The club committee shall have the authority to levy further subscriptions from the members as are reasonably necessary to fulfill the objects of the club.
Resignation and Expulsion
- A member shall cease to be a member of the club if, and from the date on which, he/she gives notice to the Club Committee of his/her resignation.
- The Club Committee shall have the power to expel a member when, in its opinion, it would not be in the general interests of the club for them to remain a member.
- An appeal against such a decision may be made to the club committee in accordance with the complaints procedure in force.
- A member who resigns or is expelled shall not be entitled to claim any of the income or assets of the cub (the club property).
- A Club Committee shall consist of the following club officers: Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Treasurer, Secretary, Minutes Secretary and up to 5 other members, elected at an annual general meeting.
- Decisions of the Club Committee of meetings shall be entered into the minute book of the club to be maintained by the Club Secretary.
- Any member of the committee may call a meeting of the Club Committee by giving no less than seven days notice to all members. The club committee shall hold a minimum of four meetings per year.
- The position of a club officer shall be vacated if such a person is subject to a decision of The FA that such a person be suspected from holding office or from taking part in any football activity relating to the administration or management of a football club.
St More Juniors F.C. funds will be held in Lloyds TSB Bank.
A Statement is available each month.
The Club shall keep accounting records for recording the fact and nature of all payments and receipts so to disclose, with reasonable accuracy the financial position including assets and liabilities of the club.
The club must retain its accounting records for a minimum of six years.
Our Home Colours
Red & White Stripes Shirts
Change of strips is down to individual manager but Gold and black is preferred by the club.
Any kit lost or damaged must be paid for.
Please see your team manager or a Committee Member for details.
If you have any complaints please speak to a Committee Member. Any complaint will be dealt with in the strictest confidence and dealt with as quickly as possible.
It is down to each individual manager to enter its team/teams into the summer tournaments.
We will arrange a tour for all teams to participate in but the club is not liable for cost of accommodation, travel expenses, spending money or means whilst on tour – (Once a year).
The club has full public liability insurance available on request. See secretary for details.