Who are Stanway Rovers Youth Football Club?
SRYFC are a club which treats all members fairly, equally, and values the individual skills, style, diverse personalities that each member brings to the club; where everyone is encouraged to, and feels confident to contribute, and these contributions are valued and acknowledged – but most of all, a club where everyone enjoys their football.
SRYFC operates a code of conduct for players, Club Officials, Parents/Legal Guardians and Coaches to promote respect for the rights, dignity and worth of each and every person and treat each one equally.
All coaches have achieved the FA Level 1 coaching award, all coaches/ volunteers have attended the FA Safeguarding course and have an in date CRC, all coaches/ volunteers have attended the FA First Aid course.
Who are SRYFC Girls?
At SRYFC Girls, a focus is placed on creating a fun setting through exciting girl only Wildcats sessions, supported by the Essex FA. Once a girl feels comfortable in the footballing setting they can progress into age groups which have their own coaching sessions. These are led by volunteer coaches who are focused on building teamwork and developing each player’s individual skills in an environment that is both safe and encourages the players to have further fun. SRYFC Girls are represented in a range of age groups in the Essex County Girls Football League.
SRYFC Girls Wildcat sessions operate on a pay as you play basis. Our SRYFC Girls sessions are funded by subscriptions from players. Full team kits are from the generous sponsorship of local firms and organisations.
If you would like your company associated with this well respected community voluntary organisation please contact the girls’ club secretary Louise Hawkins.