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Club Welfare Officer – Position filled


We have a volunteer – thank you. (Our first choice too!) – more news to follow.

One role that is hugely important for us to fill is that of Club Welfare Officer. We need a volunteer. Training for the role is covered in one evening and thereafter there is plenty of support from other club members and the FA. It is not a role that will take up much time, but does require administrational skills, attention to detail but most importantly an interest in the club running in a manner that puts the safeguarding of our children at the core of all we do. We need to appoint by the end of the weekend so please let us know if you are interested as soon as possible.

email –
or speak to any of the coaches this weekend.


Thinking of becoming a Welfare Officer?
Useful Information
As you know RESPECT is The Football Association’s direct response to a clear message from the grassroots game.
We must improve standards of behaviour – on and off the field. Parental behaviour is one of the main reasons why young players drop out of the game. Poor behaviour by coaches, parents and players towards referees means that thousands of officials are dropping out each season.
RESPECT is aimed at helping us all to work together to change the negative attitudes and unacceptable behaviour on the sidelines and on the pitch. It’s a long-term commitment. As a Club Welfare Officer (CWO) you have the chance to make a significant contribution to creating positive change.
The role of the CWO is key to ensuring that Respect is understood, taken on board by the committee, coaches/managers members and supporters.


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