Charter Standard Clubs

The FA Charter Standard Programme was launched in February 2001 to establish, reward and encourage good practice at the grassroots level, so that parents and children can demand a minimum standard of provision from schools and clubs.

The project is at the heart of The Football Association’s investment programme for grassroots football and the status is awarded where The FA’s minimum standards of coaching, administration and child protection are met.

Many Grants and Funding Opportunities provided by the FA and the Football Foundation are only available to clubs who have gained, or working towards, Charter Standard.

CHARTER STANDARD AIMS TO…

Provide a nationally recognised quality control ‘kitemark’

Identify clubs and organisations where best practice exists

Improve the quality or provision of football players for a longer time

Raise standards of the grassroots game

There are 4 levels of Charter Standard:

1. Charter Standard Club
2. Charter Standard Adult Club
3. Charter Standard Development Club
4. Charter Standard Community Club

Each Level depends upon the size, type and ambition of the club.

WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR CLUB TO BECOME CHARTER STANDARD?

If you would like to become a Charter Standard Club, please contact:

Aldershot – Chris.Smith@HampshireFA.com or 01256 853019

Bournemouth – Matthew.York@HampshireFA.com or 01256 853016

Isle of Wight - Charlotte.Brown@HampshireFA.com or 01256 853017 

North Hants – Chris.Smith@HampshireFA.com or 01256 853019

Portsmouth – Kim.Wilcox@HampshireFA.com

Southampton – Kim.Wilcox@HampshireFA.com

 

For further information you should visit the following pages: 

Charter Standard Club
Charter Standard Adult Club
Charter Standard Development Club
Charter Standard Community Club
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Community Amateur Sport Club
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