The player registration fees for youth teams 2020/21 season are as follows.
- U7s-U8s £150
- U9s-U10s £160
- U11s-U12s £170
- U13s-U18s £180
There are no additional charges. The fees include all training and matches, the cost of pitch hire and referees. Teams train on floodlit 3G pitches during the winter season, and the cost of 3G pitch hire is included in the fees.
Match day kit is also provided by the club. Mytchett Athletic is a Nike Partner Club and all teams wear Nike kit.
By registering as a player with Mytchett Athletic FC each player is covered under the club’s Public Liability Insurance and Group Personal Accident Insurance.
Coronavirus Impact and Discounts
In recognition of the 2019/20 season being curtailed, we are giving a £10 discount to all players with us last season (subject to all outstanding fees being paid). Similarly, in anticipation of a delayed start to the season and the planned resumption of the league in October, there will be a £10 discount to all players for the 2020/21 season.
We are also increasing our sibling discount to £10 per sibling.
In addition to the discounts we are introducing a new payment schedule to help families spread the costs over the season. There will be a signing-on fee for all players, followed by two further equal instalments over the season.
- Signing-on Fee £50 (payable by August 1st)
- 2nd Instalment due Nov 1st 2020
- 3rd Instalment due Feb 1 2020
Fees can be paid online (debit/credit card) or via BACS (internet banking). If you have difficulties with paying on time please email [email protected] so we can help. Any player that falls into unauthorised arrears may be suspended from training and matches.
Mytchett Athletic might be one of the few local clubs to give fee concessions to the members at this challenging time. We will continue to offer the same programme of matches and 3G training throughout the season. Should the worse happen and the season is interrupted again, our payment schedule allows us the flexibility to review the outstanding fees during the season.
Mytchett Athletic is using a new online club management system called Commentary Box for player registration, fees, communication, team management and player development.
Player registrations are by invite only. All players with us last season will have been sent at invitation to register for the new season. If you didn’t receive your invitation to join then please email [email protected]
If you would like to join us then either make contact with one of the Team Managers / Coaches (see our Team Pages), or email registrations[email protected] and we will take your details and put you in contact.
Photo ID and Proof of Age
As part of the registration sign-up you will need to upload a passport style photo ID and a copy of a proof of age document (e.g. passport or birth certificate). This is a requirement of FA Player Registration and League Rules.
Please note that players will not be eligible to play in matches until club and league registration is complete and fees are paid.
To help provide you with all the important information you require we refer you to our Welcome Pack which can be downloaded here.
Any player that is issued a yellow or red card during a match will be subject to a fine, imposed by Surrey FA, and a possible playing suspension. Parents are responsible for any fines incurred by child players under the age of 18.
Before You Register
Please take a moment to read the FA Codes of Conduct. We expect all players, spectators and club officials to conduct themselves in keeping with the spirit of the game. Contravention may result in expulsion from the club.
Visit the download page to view the codes of conduct.
Watch the FA Respect Campaign Video featuring Ray Winstone. This type of over-zealous, aggressive behaviour is exactly what we DON’T want to see.
For more videos by the FA visit the Mytchett YouTube channel and access playlists.
We take the responsibility of coaching your children seriously, and it’s important you know what to expect from us. That’s why we have a Club Ethos and Coaching Philosophy. Please have a read and feel free to ask any questions.
The safety and welfare of the children is paramount. Every one of our FA qualified coaches and all of our committee have undertaken Child Safeguarding training. The club’s Child Safeguarding Policy explains how we expect our club officials to act at all times. If you have any concerns over the welfare of children at the club, please contact Sian Ramsden, our Club Welfare Officer (CWO) in the first instance [email protected]
For more information on Child Safeguarding please visit the FA website http://www.thefa.com/football-rules-governance/safeguarding
The FA has produced a short film to help explain how you can report any concerns about a child.