To be a model community club following progressive best practices

  • Provide football to children of all ages and abilities, in a safe and friendly environment.
  • Deliver age-appropriate coaching to support long-term player development.
  • Encourage all players to try their best and make the most of their abilities.
  • Offer a challenging but supportive environment where children can learn from their mistakes without undue pressure and anxiety.
  • Promote good behaviour and respect for others.
  • Follow a continual improvement process to deliver all of the above.

All accepted volunteers will be required to sign up and be accountable to the ethos & codes of conduct

Windsor FC Youth progressive best practice & codes of conduct to address past issues

  • Practical examples from past complaints to be reviewed with prospective volunteers:
  • Zero-tolerance towards bad language or aggressive behaviour by WFCY volunteers
  • Zero-tolerance towards sexist, racist & homophobic language by WFCY volunteers
  • Zero-tolerance towards derogatory language at junior players/referees about their performance
  • Relinquish management of any issues arising in relation to volunteer’s own child
  • Practice team-working ethics at all times
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History
Date Historic Fact
2016 March Centrica confirmed as Official Club sponsor 2016-2017 for the second time
2015 September 38 teams including first girls football team
2015 September New club website launched to improve communication throughout.
2015 June 17th annual Football Tournament with overseas teams in attendance for the first time; 200+ teams; 2000+ players, 400+ fixtures, 100+ volunteers; several thousand spectators.

Legoland confirmed as new sponsor

2014 September New club organisational structure introduced to provide solid foundations for continued club growth. The three Welfare, Football and Club pillars form basis for all activities.
2014 June Adidas selected as new kit supplier
2014 June Centrica confirmed as Official Club sponsor 2014-2015
2014/15 38 Teams; 400+ players
2013 Adopted Windsor FC red colours (formerly black & blue)
2013/14 34 Teams
2011 300 players; 25 teams
Honours
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