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
|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)|
|2011||300 players; 25 teams|