Crewe FC have once again passed the FA’s Annual Health Check as a Charter Standard Community Club! Launched in 2001, The FA Charter Standard Programme is The FA’s accreditation scheme for grassroots clubs and leagues. Its goal is to raise standards in grassroots football, support the development of clubs and leagues, recognising and rewarding them for their commitment and achievements. The FA Charter Standard accreditations are awarded to clubs and leagues rigorously adjudged to be well-run and sustainable – and which prioritise child protection, quality coaching and implementation of the Respect programme. The Charter Standard Programme has 3 levels Standard - an entry level accreditation Development - for Clubs who are clearly enhancing their offering & scope Community - an acknowledging that you are the most advanced level of club development and football provision As a result of Crewe FC’s commitment to this programme, we have once again been awarded Community Club Status, one of only a few clubs in Cheshire to hold this accolade. Clare Eaton, Child Welfare Officer at Crewe FC, who has overseen the Clubs Charter reaccreditation is delighted that this been achieved once again. “To be continually recognised as a Charter Standard Community Club is a fantastic accomplishment and a testament to everyone’s hard work and the value that Crewe FC places on doing things in the right way. We place great emphasis on creating a safe and enjoyable environment that allows all players the opportunity to develop and to succeed, regardless of their ability. The Club is continuing to set the standard for community football that others should aspire to and I’m delighted that has once again been confirmed by the FA”. You can learn more about the FA’s Charter Standard Programme here; Well done to all involved, a fantastic achievement once again for the Club. #TogetherStronger


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