Club Membership 2021/2022 Season
Every child at the Club must have this form submitted to the Club by their primary parent or carer. The deadline for submission is August 30th 2021 for all existing members who wish to continue as a member for the 2021/2022 season. The details that are submitted here, allow the Club to have full records of all of it's members, which complies with FA regulations. Please note that some of the details will be passed on to both the FA and the league in which your child is competing, normally the Russell Foster Youth League.
New for the 2021/2022 season is a revamped and relaunched "Whole Game System" administered by Durham Football Association. Please be aware that the data submitted via this form will be passed on to DFA to be included within their WGS.
This form also contains sections in which you will have to grant or deny certain permissions, inform us of any medical conditions we need to be aware of, and state any medication your child is taking. Please read the questions carefully, and answer as accurately and as detailed as you can.
The Club has policies in place to protect all members, and FA guidelines are followed to ensure that your child's experience of our Club is a safe, and enjoyable one. There are sections within this membership form that require you to read and accept these policies. Please ensure that you take the time to make yourself aware of what is expected of you as a parent, and your child as a player.
By submitting this form, you are also pledging to initiate and maintain a direct debit or standing order to make subscription payments. Invoices will be sent to you by email, using the address given in this form.
Finally, we are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected and we strictly adhere to the provisions of all relevant Data Protection Legislation, including GDPR, ensuring all personal data is handled in line with the principles outlined in that regulation. Your personal data is safe with us, and is never shared with anyone other than the organisations mentioned above.