The April 30th the deadline for England Football Accreditation is approaching quickly. With this in mind, we at the County FA are running three evenings throughout February to support England Football Accredited clubs around completing the accreditation renewal process
We acknowledge that over the last two years clubs have not had to reaccredit, the programmes criteria has changed slightly and we have seen the introduction of the new Club Portal system to renew accreditation. Therefore, the purpose of these meeting is to help clubs understand the process as well as network with other clubs.
The evenings we are delivering are as follows;
Thursday 2nd February – 7pm on MS Teams
The evenings primary focus will be on how to move through the England Football Accreditation process using your FA Clubs portal. Alongside club development planning to provide the opportunity to review your clubs’ challenges and share good practice with others.
We know clubs welcome opportunities to network with others, so throughout the call club officials will be put into breakout rooms to have discussions on certain topics.
Tuesday 7th February – 7pm at Holmes Park & Monday 20th February – 7pm at Wreake Valley
These sessions will be running more as drop ins, with the aim that at the end of the session you will have finished the accreditation process or at least be further on. The presentation from the MS Teams call will be shown at the beginning of the session and then County FA staff will be available in the room to help with any queries you may have.
To book your place, please click on the link - https://forms.office.com/e/nDNVDF74eB.
WHY SHOULD I BECOME ENGLAND FOOTBALL ACCREDITED?
England Football Accredited Leagues and England Football Accredited Clubs set the standards, raise the bar and fly the flag of respect and diversity for football in England.
Being Accredited helps you attract players, coaches, and volunteers - with tailored support to build the strong, sustainable, successful league or club you want to be.
England Football Accredited Leagues and England Football Accredited Clubs lead the game by example. They’re safer, stronger, more effective and more enjoyable places to play and enjoy football.
To learn more about England Football Accreditation please click here
In the meantime, we would like to congratulate to the following clubs who have already renewed accreditation for the season!
Thorpe Acre FC
Bulls Head Countesthorpe FC
Ibstock United Juniors
Loughborough Phoenix FC
Asfordby Amateurs LG&I
Lutterworth Town AFC
For guidance on completing the renewal process please click here
Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email: