This season, for the first time, we have prepared a CSA 07 Season Handbook which provides a brief overview of our club. We hope that this is especially useful for new joiners.
We hope you all find this a helpful reference document.
1. CSA 07 FC - Privacy policies
The following two documents describe the way in which our football club processes personal data for players, parents & guardians and managers & coaches. These privacy policies have been developed to ensure compliance with the recently introduced GDPR regulations.
2a. Welcome to Park House School
This document describes some rules and regulations for using the Park House School facilities. This should be send to all visiting teams.
2b. Welcome to Trinity School
This document describes some rules and regulations for using the Trinity School facilities. This should be send to all visiting teams.
2c. Welcome to Wash Common Recreation Ground
This document describes some rules and regulations for using the Wash Common Recreation Ground facilities. This should be send to all visiting teams.
3. Club membership form
This document should be completed for all new club members.
4. FA Youth Football Guide
This document is an easy guide for all parents about how youth football works
4. Club insurances
The FA requires that all football clubs purchase Public Liability and Personal Accident Insurance for each season. These documents now relate to the 2019 / 20 season. If anyone believes they need to make a claim against one of these policies, please contact Simon Alston or Toby Tyler.
Personal Accident Insurance:
Public Liability Insurance:
This document provides details of our subscription model plus the bank account details for all payments for the 2019 / 20 season.
6. Club policies
1. Codes of conducts - for Players, Spectators and Coaches / Team Managers / Club Officials
3. Safeguarding Children
Whilst this may not be considered a "policy", we feel this reference guide from the English Football Association is worth sharing.
The identification of potential concussion in young players is a joint responsibility between coaches / managers and parents.
We hope this is a useful background document on the subject.
About CSA 07 FC
CSA 07 Football Club is a charity and it has been entered onto the Register of Charities with the Registered Charity Number 1178637. CSA 07 Football Club is established for charitable purposes only for the public benefit.
The objects of the charity are "the promotion of community participation in healthy recreation for the benefit of the inhabitants of West Berkshire and Hampshire by the provision of facilities for playing football".
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