FA Charter Standard aims to
Provide a nationally recognized quality control 'kitemark'
Improve the quality of provision for everyone
Sustain participation for players for a longer time
Raise standards and address abusive behavior
There are four levels of Charter Standard
- Charter Standard Club (Youth)
- Charter Standard Adult Club
- Charter Standard Development Club
- Charter Standard Community Club
Each level depends on the size , type and ambition of the club. There is criteria to meet to achieve each level, to take a look at the criteria click here. If you are looking to become a Development or Community club than you must have a development plan in place that covers between 3 and 5 seasons. We have examples and templates available to assist you with writing one of these, please refer to the documents section at the bottom of this page.
- Receive one free Nike playing kit each season (Clubs with youth teams only) this correspondence will reach club secretaries to order a Nike kit towards the end of each season directly from the FA.
- Free Nike footballs
- Youth Clubs will receive their free footballs with their kit once ordered at the end of each season (upon successful completion of their Annual Health Check)
- Development Clubs will pick 5 footballs up from the ERCFA offices (upon successful completion of their Annual Health Check)
- Community Clubs will pick 11 footballs up from the ERCFA offices (upon successful completion of their Annual Health Check)
- Adult Clubs will pick 6 footballs up from the ERCFA offices (upon successful completion of their Annual Health Check)
- Adult clubs will get £10 off any Fa emergency Aid they attend during the 2016-17 season, more information to be communicated directly to clubs
- Workshops and webinars will be communicated in newsletters and are free to access for club members
- Access to logos and resources are available upon request by emailing email@example.com
Applying for Charter Standard
Below you will find the different Charter Standard applications, please make sure you download and complete the relevant Charter Standard Application form for your club.
Adult Club Application Form
Youth Club Application Form
Development Club Application Form
Community Club Application Form
FA Charter Standard Annual Health Check
To access all you need to know about this seasons Annual Health Check including walk through guides please click here.
The Annual Health Check window opens on December 1st 2016 however clubs can start to access their club section within the Whole Game System. The window will close on March 31st 2017 where clubs will, if they are not yet 'in-progress', will have their accreditation lapse. Those then 'in-progress' will have until June 30th to submit their health check for review. If the criteria is not then satisfied or if the club does not have a reasonable action plan they will risk having their accreditation suspended.
If you have any questions or need any support in achieving Charter Standard or help with the Health Check process please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the County FA offices on 01482 221158 between 9.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday.
FA Community Awards
The FA Community Awards presented by McDonalds are an annual nomination and award process to recognise and reward people, clubs and leagues that deliver grassroots football in England. Please click here for more information and to take a look at previous award winners.
The East Riding County FA develop and deliver a number of free workshops over the duration of the season that are CPD (continual professional development) accredited for FA Licensed Coaches Club members. Any coach with any qualification can attend any of these workshops but CPD accreditation will only be awarded to those coaches that are Licensed Coaches Club members and to the level the workshop is advertised at. Click here for our latest CPD workshops.