STAY PROUD - The FA Charter Standard accredited Annual Health Check for 2018-19 is now open.
It’s time for all FA Charter Standard clubs to make sure that their people and policies are up to the standard to make them the best possible place to play and enjoy football.
In a change for this year the annual health check window will be open from September 1st 2018 until January 31st 2019. All clubs must have completed their annual health check before January 31st 2019.
To start your annual health check log into The FA Whole Game System please click here
STAY PROUD - START YOUR CLUB ANNUAL HEALTH CHECK NOW
What is The FA Charter Standard?
Charter Standard is open to grassroots football Clubs and Leagues. The programme is open For All and includes adult, youth, male and female formats.
The programme encourages improvement across grassroots football. Clubs who achieve The FA Charter Standard are able to demonstrate they have what it takes provide the best standard of grassroots football.
Charter Standard helps clubs develop policies and practices making them proud to provide football in a safe environment and where competitive football is fun and open to everyone.
This means clubs are better placed to attract and retain players - helping them to grow sustainably.
Help and support meeting the criteria is available to Clubs and Leagues. For the first time funding is available for clubs to go toward The FA Level one coaching qualification.
To find out more about becoming FA Charter Standard accredited, please visit the Suffolk FA Charter Standard Page by clicking here
Clubs and leagues who achieve The FA Charter Standard status receive additional support and resources from The FA and County FA including:
- Promotional resources
- Football equipment
- Support from The FA and County FAs
Our County FA is set up to help clubs and leagues to achieve The FA Charter Standard accreditation.
Does your club want to become proud to be The FA Charter Standard accredited?
To start your journey contact the Suffolk FA Charter Standard Email Account through firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01449 616606.