Flint Town United Football Club

Flint Town United Football Club

Flint Town United Football Club Anti-Discrimination Policy

Flint Town United Football Club is responsible for setting standards and values to apply throughout the club at every level. Football belongs to and should be enjoyed by everyone, equally. Our commitment is to confront and eliminate discrimination whether by reason of sex, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or disability. Equality of opportunity at Flint Town United Football Club means that in all our activities we will not discriminate or in any way treat anyone less favourably, on grounds of sex, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or disability. This includes: The advertisement for volunteers. The selection of candidates for volunteers. Courses. External coaching and education activities and awards. Football development activities. Selection for teams. Appointments to honorary positions. Flint Town United Football Club will not tolerate racist, sectarian, sexual or bigoted harassment or other discriminatory behaviour, whether physical or verbal, and will work to ensure that such behaviour is met with appropriate action in whatever context it occurs. Flint Town United Football Club is committed to the development of the programme of ongoing training and awareness raising events and activities, in order to promote the eradication of discrimination within its own organisation, and within football as a whole. Flint Town United Football Club gives a commitment to ensure that the club is open to all and the team selection policy will be the footballing ability and character of the individual and the collective balance of the team. Each player and employee contract will include the clause: Football Club is Flint Town United opposed to racism, sectarianism, bigotry and discrimination in any form. I the undersigned share these principles and give commitment to uphold and promote these standards

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Flint Town United Football follows the UEFA Ten Point Plan of Action for Professional Football Clubs

Issue a statement saying the club will not tolerate racism, spelling out the action it will take against those engaged in racist chanting. The statement should be printed in all match programmes and displayed permanently and prominently around the ground. Make public address announcements condemning racist chanting at matches. Make it a condition for season ticket holders that they do not take part in racist abuse. Take action to prevent the sale of racist literature inside and outside the ground. Take disciplinary action against players who engage in racial abuse. Contact other clubs to make sure they understand the club’s policy on racism. Encourage a common strategy between stewards and police for dealing with racist abuse. Remove all racist graffiti from the ground as a matter of urgency. Adopt an equal opportunities policy in relation to employment and service provision. Work with all other groups and agencies, such as the players union, supporters, schools, voluntary organisations, youth clubs, sponsors, local authorities, local businesses and police, to develop pro-active programmes and make progress to raise awareness of campaigning to eliminate racial abuse and discrimination.

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Flint Town United Football Club Constitution

Rules and Regulation set by Flint Town United Football Club.

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1 Llandudno 11 28
2 Buckley Town 11 23
3 Denbigh Town 12 23
4 Porthmadog 10 22
5 Caernarfon Town 10 20
6 Guilsfield 11 20
7 Flint Town United 12 19
8 Holyhead Hotspur 11 18
9 Caersws 11 18
10 Rhayader Town 11 15
11 Penycae 11 15
12 Conwy Borough 11 13
13 Mold Alex 11 6
14 Llanidloes Town 11 4
15 Llandrindod Wells 11 3
16 Rhydymwyn 11 0

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