TEVERSAL Football Club have achieved the first part of the club’s aim of becoming a fully F.A. Charter Standard Club by being award the status for the adult section of the club.
Football secretary and charter standard co-ordinator Kevin Newton said he was delighted to receive the certificate and plaque from the Football Association, along with a letter of confirmation from Mick Baikie, the Football Association’s national clubs services manager.
During the presentation, Mr Baikie congratulated the club’s volunteers and formally recognised the club as one that is committed to raising standards throughout grassroots football and ensuring that its well organised, managed and committed to providing a positive experience for all players, coaches and volunteers.
Said Mr Baikie said: “The FA is very proud of the FA Charter Standard Programme and we appreciate the work and commitment required to achieve the accreditation and for this we are extremely grateful.”
Teversal are now committed to maintaining the status and expanding it to incorporate the whole of the youth section, which will see Kevin Newton, volunteer co-ordinator Mitch Wilson, child welfare officer Yvonne Moore, youth director Keith Parnill and finance director Chris Slack working closely with all the coaches and volunteers involved with the running of the 12 Youth teams to gather all the relevant documents and qualifications to allow another positive application to be submitted.