Club and Team Officials are an integral part in promoting the Club’s aims and reputation. Within this they need to lead and advance all positive aspects of behaviour and sportsmanship by: promoting the Club’s values setting an example to players, coaches and supporters developing the Club and or team rather than their own personal interests bearing in mind the reputation of the National Game and individuals interests not using or accepting inappropriate language and avoiding gamesmanship at all times influencing sporting, technical and tactical improvement for the benefit of the team by utilising any permitted means and resisting any illegal or unsporting principles avoiding making comments that are not in the best interests of the football influencing sporting, technical and tactical improvement for the benefit of the team by utilising any permitted means and resisting any illegal or unsporting principles promoting equality regardless of ability, background, race or creed encouraging a sense of “belonging” and teamwork for all players and parents respecting players, team officials and supporters, both your own and the opposition regardless of race or creed, ability or disability respecting the match official never publicly questioning their decisions and avoid words or actions which may mislead them.
Aged up to School Year 4? – Join our Development Centre
We run coaching sessions for children aged 6 to 9 years old every Saturday morning starting at 9.30 a.m. until 11.00 a.m. at Little Heath Road, Tilehurst.
Parents get FREE Tea or Coffee and currently the coaching is £3 per hour and a half session read more