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Club Codes of Conduct

Click here to access the Respect Guide for Parents & Carers

In this section you will find the " Codes of Conduct" that define the acceptable behaviour that we wish to promote within Measham Welfare Football Club.
Players are the most important people in the sport. Playing for the team, and for the team to win, is the most fundamental part of the game. This is not however, winning at any cost as fair play and respect for all others in the game is also vital and fundamentally important.
  
Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
 
​CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE CLUBS CODES OF CONDUCTS

 The FA Respect Campaign: Parents/ Carers Guide
 The FA Respect Campaign: Two Rays

Child Welfare

Measham Welfare Junior Football Club is committed to creating and preserving the safest possible environment for children to play and enjoy football.
 
It is the duty of all Club and team officials and any other individuals directly or indirectly involved with children playing at the Club to be aware of,and help prevent, the abuse which children can suffer; physical, sexual, neglect, bullying and emotional.
 
To read a copy of the Club's safeguarding policy & procedures, please
download a copy.  

 The FA Reporting Safe Guarding

In light of recent allegations of historic sex abuse in football, Measham Welfare reiterates that its utmost priority is the safeguarding and wellbeing of the children in our care.

However - we can only achieve this with your support.

PLEASE report anything you think that looks or seems suspicious. This could be something as simple as a parent taking photographs of a match or training session.

IF YOU'RE NOT SURE - REPORT IT TO A CLUB OFFICIAL!

If you have any concerns then please contact your team manager or if you need to discuss anything in confidence then please contact the Club's Designated Safeguarding Lead,
Alex Hinsley.