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Football Tickets: Performance Goals and Advice

Before you start

  • Please use a Black or Blue pen.
  • Please write clearly.
  • If you make a mistake or make amendments put a line through it.
  • Write any corrections to the right of the amendment or in the section provided.
Club Secretary
  • Please review the section in full and ensure all relevant details are completed.
  • Clubs playing at Step 5 and above must provide full company name and number.
  • If you do not wish your telephone and/or fax numbers to be included on our website please indicate by ticking the ‘private box’ against the relevant number.
  • The information you provide will appear on our website.
  • Your email address will not be included on our website.
  • For top tickets and latest schedules head on over to
  • Provide the address and local authority of where you consider to be your home ground. If teams within your club play at grounds different to this, please provide the detail separately under List of Teams for Club section. You can find your ground address at by using ‘Pitch Finder’.
Mandatory Contacts
  • This section must be reviewed and completed in full.
  • Please write any correction to the right of the amendment or in the section provided.
Club Welfare Officer
  • All clubs with youth teams (Under 18 or below) must have a Club Welfare Officer (CWO).
  • The CWO must have an accepted Enhanced FA CRB check.
  • They must also have completed The FA Safeguarding Children and Welfare Officer Workshops.

For any enquiries regarding this, please speak to Val Hajialexandrou, County Welfare Officer on 01622 792 140

List of Tickets for Clubs
  • Provide or update (if required) the details of all teams playing in the 2011/2012 season.
  • can supply latest venues information
  • Put the oldest team first and then list the rest of your teams in chronological order.
  • All sections should be fully completed.
  • If you need to add further teams please download the template from or you can use additional sheets if necessary.
  • Please ensure additional sheets remain in the same format as the original form.
  • A Manager or Coach must be named for each age group.
  • Forms will not be accepted without completed information.
  • If you are an FA Charter Standard Club please name the qualified Manager or Coach for the team. This will assist you with the Annual Health Check Process.
Club Declaration
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  • Please sign and date the form.



  • Once you have completed the form you must total up the fees and send the fees with your completed affiliation form and fee schedule.
SECTION 1: Club Affiliation Fee
  • The fee to be selected will be determined by the clubs status (only select one fee for the club). If you are unsure as to what status your club should be affiliated under please contact us on 01622 791 850
  • Junior status clubs are clubs who have adult teams playing below Vandanel Kent County League Division 1.
  • The additional team levy is a charge to clubs with more than one team and excludes the first team. Each additional team that you affiliate will be required to pay an additional team levy in accordance with the clubs status.
  • The County Handbook is compulsory to purchase.
  • If you are changing your Club Name please tick the box and amend name on Affiliation Form.
  • The Benevolent Fund assists in areas where the insurance scheme does not extend and donations are always warmly received.
SECTION 2: Club Insurance Fee
  • Clubs must select the Public Liability Insurance (£10m Limit) including Player to Player cover.


SECTION 3: Personal Accident Insurance
  • Personal Accident Insurance is compulsory for all Intermediate, Junior, Sunday, Ladies, Youth and Mini-Soccer teams. It is optional for Senior teams and not available for Small-Sided teams.
  • Please note the 11-a-side Insurance covers up to 18 players.
  • Please note Mini Soccer Insurance covers up to 14 players.
  • If you have teams playing 9 v 9 football then select the Mini Soccer Insurance.
  • Insurance premium, prices and benefits can be found on the reverse of the Affiliation Fee Schedule.
SECTION 4: County FA Cup Competitions
  • It is compulsory for Senior Clubs to enter the Senior Cup or Senior Trophy.
  • It is compulsory for Intermediate Clubs to enter the Intermediate Challenge Shield.
  • Teams wishing to enter the Junior Cup (Saturday or Sunday) must complete an entry form.
  • Entries for the Junior Cup will not be accepted without a completed form.
  • It is compulsory for Women’s teams to enter the Women’s Cup.
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For more information on the affiliation process, please contact a member of the FA Football Services Team
The FA Charter Standard Scheme is the best practice guide that sets standards of coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs. The Kent County FA are committed to club development and have set an ambitions target for having 75% of mini soccer and youth teams playing within a FA Charter Standard Club by 2012. All new FA Charter Standard clubs can receive up to £200 Umbro Clothing & Equipment Vouchers.
Respect is The FA’s programme of activities to combat unacceptable behaviour in our game at every level – on the pitch and from the sidelines. This was the No.1 priority emerging from the biggest opinion survey to date of grassroots football in England. It was carried out in late 2007 and directly informed The FA’s National Game Strategy, published in March 2008.
Safeguarding children is about doing things the right way. It’s about allowing children to enjoy the game without abuse of any kind. That means bullying, physical, emotional or sexual abuse and neglect.  The Football Association’s Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy provides guidance as to how to reduce the risk of further harm to the individual Vulnerable Adult and to other Vulnerable Adults who may be affected in the future.If your club has a number of teams it is possible that your Club Welfare Officer (CWO) may feel that their task is too big or that they are not adequately supported. We would encourage large or expanding clubs to consider recruiting additional CWO’s to share the work. Depending on the size of your club you may want to consider recruiting an additional CWO to take responsibility for girls’ teams, boys’ teams or perhaps mini-soccer.
FA.COM – Online home of football
The Kent FA website is the online home of Kent football with the latest news, County Cup fixtures & results and details how you can get involved with Kent FA’s programmes.If you want to buy new gadgets for improve your performance think about buying the Polar FT heart rate monitor, You can also enrol on the very best coaching courses and workshops as well as accessing the ‘Find a club’ service which allows you to locate up to date details for all affiliated clubs including ground details and secretary contacts.
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Entering Results & Team Sheet in the FA Full Time Website

Website Address      

the FA

On the home page enter South Suffolk where it says find your league and click on GO.


Then click on South Suffolk Youth Football League, this will take you to our league homepage


Once on the homepage you will be able to view fixtures, league tables and results. (It might be worth saving this page as a favourite)


In the top right hand corner of the homepage you will see the sign in option

If you click on sign in you will get the username & password option

Username………….……….……………….. (Not case sensitive)

Password……………….……………..……. (Letter,Letter,Number,Number , not case sensitive)

If you have more than 1 team in your club a drop down box will appear showing the leagues that your club have teams in, select the division your team is in and then click on the Results / Stats button

The following page will then appear, it should already have the result in if your score has been texted in , if not enter the score and the Referees mark (out of 100).

After you have entered the result and Referees Mark (out of 100), click on statistics.

The following screen will appear, enter the appropriate information and then click on Update stats for players.

You can then enter the Fair Play Points by clicking on  Switch to opposition team stats.

The following screen will appear.

Enter your marks out of 15 in the value box    (Your opposition will not be able to view these marks)

Once you have done this click on Finished Wizard

You can then sign out at the top of the screen

If you have any queries please contact :