FA and Rothley Imps Charter

Charter standard

The Football Association, through it’s Charter Standard Scheme, seeks to establish, reward and encourage good practice at grass roots levels so that parents and children can demand a minimum standard of provision from clubs.
The Charter Standard for clubs aims to:

  • Provide a nationally recognised quality control ‘Kitemark’
  • Improve the quality of provision for boys and girls.
  • Sustain participation for players over a longer period of time.
  • Raise funds.

In terms of Rothley Imps this means:

All Coaches & Managers have attended the FA’s child protection course.
The club has a nominated contactfor child protection.
All coaches hold the minimum required coaching qualification.
We have codes of conduct for Players, Coaches and Parents.
The Coaches are committed to attending In-service training events every season.
We have a development plan to guide the progress of the club.

Club Constitution

Available to download here.

Safeguarding policy

Available to download here.

Code of conduct

Spectators, Parents and Carers
Coaches, Team Managers and Club Officials

Anti-discrimination & Equal

Available to download here.

Photography guidelines

Available to download here.

Privacy policy

Available to download here.

Data Protection

Available to download here.