Club Information (1 page)

Age groups and teams We aim to have age groups playing in teams from age 6 years (Under 7) through to 18 years (Under 19); if we succeed in this, we will have the involvement of approximately 200 “youths” and officials. Club Colours Our c

Our History (1 page)

HISTORY AND ACHIEVEMENTS Origins The club is reported to have been established in 1970 by Chris Husband with only one team at Under 10 level - the club was named Troon Thistle and this name has survived to the present day. Ex Players Our most

Organisation Structure (1 page)

The club is controlled by a Management Committee which is made up of Office Bearers, Appointed post-holders and one representative from each age group. The Committee meets monthly to discuss issues concerning the club. Details of the Office Bearers and A

Our Constitution (1 page)

Constitution of Troon Thistle Youths’ Football Club 1. Name The name of the association is Troon Thistle Youths’ Football Club 2. Objects The club's objects are: • The aim of the club shall be to promote the enjoyment of football ir

Our Philosophy and Aims (1 page)

Age Six At this age, children simply need to be introduced to the game and to have fun e.g. simply playing with a ball. There should be no pressure from coaches or parents to have children winning at all costs and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere

Roles and Responsibilities (1 page)

TROON THISTLE YFC AGE GROUP SECRETARY - Job Title: Age Group Secretary Responsible to:Club Committee Skills and Attributes Required: •Enthusiasm •Well organised •Good at delegation •Prepared to make a regular time commitme

Policies (13 pages)

Mission Statement The aims of the club are:- •To encourage and promote the development of youth football within Troon and its surrounding area •To promote the enjoyment of football irrespective of gender, age, politics, disability, race, colo

Publicity and Volunteering (1 page)

Volunteering Many of our coaches are parents who started by lending a hand before participating in Scottish Football Association (SFA) coaching courses funded by Troon Thistle. If you choose to help, you could stay with your child's team as they develo

Sponsorship Opportunities (1 page)

Running a club like ours is expensive in terms of buying strips, kit bags, weekly cost of games (pitch hire, referees, laundry, training facilities) etc. and we rely on the generosity of parents and of the local community. It can take about £500 to bu


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