Crosfields Junior Soccer Section is completely run by Volunteers.

From the people who sit on the Executive Committee, the Team Managers & coaches, including the people who make up the match day drinks for the players, wash the match kits or collect in training fees. All give up their free time voluntarily & all contribute greatly to the running of our Club.

Crosfields Junior Soccer Section simply could not operate without the input from these very valuable members. Our Club at present owes so much of its success to the Volunteers who give up their time tirelessly to ensure that the children are able to play football. Indeed all of those concerned really are the un-sung heroes.

Our Club is keen that the efforts of all Volunteers are recognised & appreciated & would like to offer its sincerest thanks to all those involved in the running of our Club & making it such a success. Each month we ask for nominations from the parents & players as to who they would like to nominate as Volunteer of the Month. This is your chance to thank those special people who help to run your age group or our Club. All Volunteers of the Month are posted out by Club email & on our Club website.

The Football Association also recognises the value of all Volunteers at grass roots football & has set up a scheme of recognition to those who give up their time to help out. The Club will then choose one extra special Volunteer from the nominations who will be put forward for recognition to the Liverpool County Football Association. The County F.A. will then nominate a Volunteer for National recognition

There are many ways in which you can Volunteer to help our Club, (from coaching to administration work to fund raising etc, etc), if you are interested in helping out, either for your particular age group or for the Club as a whole, please let your Team Manager or our Club Secretary know. All Volunteers must firstly complete a Volunteers Registration form for Child Protection reasons, before they can be accepted to help out within our Club. Our Club keeps a register of everyone working within our Club in accordance with FA guidelines & the FA Charter Standards & we have over 100 Volunteers. Once your Volunteers registration has been accepted you will be issued with an FA CRB Form which must be completed & returned to our Club's Child Protection Officer, within 1 month. Everyone working with the players must be CRB checked in line with the FA Charter Standards for Child Protection reasons.