Community Chartered Standard status for Remy
Thu 12th April 2018 | Litherland REMYCA | By David Brindle
Litherland REMYCA have announced that they have been awarded Community Chartered Standard status by the FA.
The FA Charter Standard scheme scrutinises all elements of running a large community Football Club such as coaching, development, safeguarding and strategic planning and is demanding in terms of meeting the required criteria.
The process has taken over 12 months to achieve but has always been a priority for the management board at the Club, and the award will hopefully provide confidence and reassurance for parents who allow their sons and daughters to be part of a great club set up.
Speaking on the upgraded status of the club, chairman Don Rimmer said, "From the outset as we worked to develop the club we have sought to set high standards on and off the pitch.
"This highest award from National FA recognises our good work and our standing as a large community club with over 30 teams constantly looking to grow and improve.
"A special mention must go to Liverpool County FA who have supported us throughout this process, as well as our Head of Youth Development Colin Begbie and Coach Neil Antrobus who have worked tirelessly to deliver this award.
"It provides a platform to take the Club further forward and assist in developing our own Community Football facility."