Hopefully we will provide a live link via zoom or teams also so you could attend virtually if you prefer

Please find below a list of roles we are needing to fill to continue the club operating and children still playing at all age groups. The Club cannot stress enough - that if we do not fill these roles during the AGM then sections of the club will need to be cut back. If you would like to nominate yourself for any of these roles then please contact Swavesey Secretary (

1) Club Secretary. Responsibility - Coach Discipline with chairperson. Discipline of players. central contact FA, training and game venues (Main contact with SVC, Northstowe, Oakington, Over, Fen Drayton, Elsworth). Club development plan. Ensuring the club is compliant on DBS, Safeguarding, Emergency aid working with CWO. Annual - Club Safeguarding commitment, Charter standard health check, Meeting agenda and minutes. Informing people of WGS issues e.g. if new fine. Overall responsibility for player registration on WGS. Ensuring coach list is correct on WGS (e.g. no-one else is coaching and not on WGS)

2) Mini league Secretary. Responsibility - Fixtures, venues at U11 and below. Player registration on WGS. Responsible for finding new coaches for next season U6/7.

3) MEDIA AND WEB CONTENT MANAGER- (possible new role if a candidate can be found)
Responsible for providing positive Club PR raising the profile of the Club in the local and wider community  Co-ordinate, develop and update the daily/weekly content on the official Club social media accounts and Club web site, to maintain good coverage for all teams and age groups, ensuring content is relevant and up to date.  Liaise with varied club partners and sponsors, keeping all informed of the Club and team activities  Essential to have good communication and written skills and an ability to produce coherent and informative Club information, working closely with the Club Child welfare officer to ensure media, club & FA rules and policies are adhered to at all times.  Role is likely to take approximately two hours per week.

4) FUND RAISING & EVENTS COORDINATOR- (possible new role if a candidate can be found)
Ability to raise funds and sponsorship for the club.  Essential to have good organisational skills, be innovative, enthusiastic and prepared to make a regular time commitment. It would be useful if you have completed grant applications but training courses and support are available through the Club & County FAs.  On average one or two hours a months but this could rise around the time of fund-raising events such as Spartans day or if the Club are applying for grants / sponsorship or other forms of financial assistance from organisations such as Sport England/ Football Foundation, Local Authorities or commercial companies; •  Ensuring events and activities are properly licensed with local authorities;  Promoting fund-raising activities through varied media platforms including local press and magazines and providing content to Club media manager.  All fundraising to be properly accounted for and information is passed on to the Club Treasurer.

General helpers are also required, as are any suggestions on how your skills could help our Club to maintain its position, so please make contact if you can help in any way.