Robins FC registration/membership form - request from team manager. NB every player must complete one of these each season to indicate your intention to play for Robins for the coming season.
The FA's "Respect" initiative is all about increasing players' enjoyment of the game by actively promoting respect for match officials, opposing players, team-mates and coaches. It's an initiative we at Robins FC are fully behind, as we believe are all the teams in the N Wilts League, and it's something we try to instill in the players at all age levels. Please download and read the appropriate guidelines for players, parents etc below.
The players are children
The referees are volunteers
The coaches are volunteers
Its not the Champions League, its children enjoying a game of football
Its their game, not yours!
Let them play!
Respect Code - Young Players - every player must read this and discuss with their parents
Respect Code - Parents, Carers and Spectators - parents, guardians and carers should read these brief guidelines for spectators coming to watch junior and youth football matches
Respect Code - Coaches and Match Officials - coaches and match officials should read these guidelines on how to conduct themselves at junior and youth football matches
Club Rules and Policies
Robins FC Rules and Constitution - the Club rules, as amended Jan 2015
Safeguarding Children Policy - the safety and wellbeing of our young players is of paramount importance to us and so we have adopted the FA recommended Safeguarding Children policy. If parents or players have any concerns in this regard, they should report any problems to their team manager, but if that is not possible or unsatisfactory, then they should report the issue to the Club Welfare Officer
FA Charter Standard Anti-Bullying policy - We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our members so they can participate in football in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at our club. If bullying does occur, all club members or parents should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. In the first instance, players/parents should report any problems to their team manager, if that is not possible or unsatisfactory, then they should report the issue to the Club Welfare Officer
Equality Policy - Robins FC is fully committed to ensuring equal access to all children to playing football, and so have committed to this Equality policy
Complaints Procedure - as part of our commitment to ensuring the best standards within the club, it's important that parents and players know how to complain if things do go wrong. Please see the attached Charter Standard complaints procedure for further information
FA Photography Guidelines - parents are welcome to take photos of their children playing, but please read these common-sense guidelines first