Parkwood Rangers Football Club
FA Charter Standard Community Club
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Message from Sir Trevor Brooking
Clubs are the heartbeat of football in this country. That is why The FA Charter Standard club programme, which raises standards and recognises and rewards quality, is so important.
Every player at some stage of their career will play in a grassroots club. We have a shared responsibility to ensure that this experience is a positive one - whether you are six or 60.
The FA Charter Standard Programme provides recognition that clubs are well run and sustainable, with child protection and safety paramount. It also recognises a club's commitment to coaching, player and coach development, and the raising of standards of behaviour in the game - all of which are big priorities for both me and The FA.
I am grateful for all the support provided by County FA officials to promote and develop The FA Charter Standard programme. The programme provides a benefit for everyone in the game, The FA, County FAs, coaches, volunteers, parents, but most importantly the players.
So thank you for everything you do to develop the game and the very best wishes for the future.
Sir Trevor Brooking
Director of Football Development
Charter Standard Club Development Plan 2009 -2015
About the Development Plan
The 5 year Development Plan (09 -15) has been written to cover all aspects of running a grassroots community club. It has 49 objectives spread across the following areas listed below, which if all are achieved will make Parkwood Rangers FC a club at the heart of the local community offering football to all, be it as a player, coach, match offical or a volunteer.
The Aims of the Plan
The aims for each topic are quite straight forward. and have upto 10 objectives to achieve the aims listed.
Club Development Officer.