ERKSG17 Adult Male 11v11

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The East Riding County FA Kick Start Grant to help support the development of teams for the Adult Male 11v11 game opened today, Tuesday 2nd May 2017.

Both New Clubs or Existing Clubs, looking to add additional adult male 11v11 teams to their club, can apply for the grant.

We have 16 grants available in total and those clubs with the best applications, that agree to the terms and conditions, will have the best chance of being awarded the grant.

Timeline

The timeline for the Kick Start Grant is below

Timeline

Applications

Applications must be submitted by 4pm on Friday 14th July via post or via email.

To post an application please send it to

FAO FDO Tom Lee

East Riding County FA

The Roy West Centre

220 Inglemire Lane

Hull

HU6 7TS

 

To email in your application please send it to charterstandard@eastridingfa.com

Please click on the relevant application form below

Electronic (Online – can be edited & completed within Microsoft word)

Paper (Offline – needs downloading & printing out)

Application forms can be collected from the County FA if you are interested in applying and do not have the facility to download & print out an application form.

Terms & Conditions

There are a few terms and conditions that those that apply must adhere too to be successful in receiving a grant for their club. They are below & within the application form.

New Clubs

  • Team to be registered with an adult male 11v11 league that is affiliated to the East Riding County FA, these leagues are as follows
    • East Riding County Football League
    • Hull Sunday Football League
    • Hull & District Veterans League
    • Driffield & District Amateur Football League
    • Hull & District Youth Football League U19s divisions
  • Club to be affiliated with the East Riding County FA by July 2nd, 2017
  • Achieved Charter Standard Criteria prior to the League starting (September 2017)
  • Must already hold Charter Standard Status and have completed the Charter Standard annual health check process for the 2016-17 season by June 30th, 2017 (if applicable).
  • Additional team to be registered with an affiliated league
  • Club to be affiliated with the East Riding County FA by July 2nd, 2017
  • New team to have a qualified 1st aider with the team prior to September 2017

Existing Clubs

Clubs must also complete a KPI Report (which will be provided) at the end of setting up their new adult male 11v11 team (please refer to timeline) by the 30th September 2017.

Useful Links

 

Setting Up a Club

Setting up a club takes more than some may expect but we have all the information & supporting documentation you need. It can be found on our website by clicking here.

Clubs need to have the following in place;

  • Club Constitution
  • Codes of Conduct
  • Policies & Procedures
  • Club Committee

to get started and will also help towards achieving Charter Standard criteria which is part of the T’s & C’s.

Affiliation & Club Name

Affiliation is what you do with us here at the County FA and is an online process through the FA Whole Game System however if you are a new club you will need setting up on the system to be able to log in. To get this set up please contact Tina Edwards on telephone number 01482 221158 between 9.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday or email here at tina.edwards@eastridingfa.com.  

Your club name is what you will be constituted as, affiliated as and registered with the league as. You need to check with Tina that the club name you want is available. There must be no differentiation between your affiliated club name and your league registered club name with the league.

Leagues

You will want to contact the league you are looking to join for the 2017-18 season so they can send you out a registration form along with any other additional information. For contact details of league Secretaries please click here.

FA Charter Standard

The FA Charter Standard programme rewards those clubs that hold this accreditation as they operate at a higher standard through adopting relevant policies and holding relevant qualifications. We are a County that has one of the highest percentage of Charter Standard leagues and clubs therefore it is part of this grants criterion that you become a Charter Standard club. For more information on Charter Standard please click here and to look at the criteria please click here.