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Date Published: 2nd March 2020
Training is key to the success of the football team
Stables Business Park: backing the Worle Juniors Football Club
Sally Dalley of the Stables Business Park said she and Tom were keen to support such a positive junior football club who were signed up to the Football Association’s grassroots initiative.
Assistant Secretary of Worle Juniors Football Club Chris Donald said: “We currently have a total of 160+ players across the teams with these being managed by a team of 29 volunteer coaches all who commit thier time not only to taking and running the weekly training sessions and match day experiences but also in their spare time attending and learning undertaking FA accredited training courses in Coaching, Safeguarding, First Aid and online CPD courses in various activities or important subjects relating to Football.”
During the 2017/18 season the club were been rewarded for their efforts and commitment to grassroots football by receiving the coveted FA Charter Youth Status.
Chris said: “I have been coaching a group of players beginning when they were aged eight then taking the group through each season to the current under 13’s teams. I hold the role of Charter Status Co-ordinator, assistant secretary, assistant welfare, pitch planning manager.:
He became involved with the club having seen how much hard work the coaching and committee undertook and wanted to give something back.
He said: “It is an amazing and gratifying position to see the progress the club has made and that we are able through sport to offer something for the youth getting them fit and outside in this day and age when so many children only know television, video games and smart phones. Seeing the players join, make friends for life, learn and improve season by season is a rewarding and fulfilling feeling.”
And that’s the main reason Tom and Sally Dalley are keen to help sponsor the club.
Worle Juniors Football Club has more than 160 players managed by a team of 29 volunteer coaches and abide by the Football Association’s Respect Code of Conduct. Founded in 1972 the club play at Queensway in Worle, North Somerset. For more details of the club email email@example.com