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Overview of club structure

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Raiders is run by volunteers. We’re always looking for new people to join the team. Email the Club Chairman, if you can spare a few hours a month to help out.

Berkhamsted Raiders CFC, is a registered charity, run by a group of enthusiastic volunteers and supported by a paid Club Administrator, Claire Roger.  The Club has a Constitution (download below) which can be amended by the Trustees at the Annual General Meeting which takes place in July each year.

The Trustees

The Trustees of the charity are Keith Pollard, Paul Russell, Mark Lawlor, Steven Slater, Steve Bird, Julia Bastiman, Andrew Grindrod, Alison Lomax, Charlotte Spooner and Clive Bentley. Keith Pollard is the Club Chairman.

The Football Management Committee

The Football Management Committee meets once a month. Managers are welcome to attend Committee meetings and are entitled to vote at these. The Committee Members are listed in the download below.

The Club employs a Club Administrator, Claire Roger, who handles much of the administrative workload of the Committee.

The Chairman of the Football Management Committee is Andy Grindrod.

Age Group Coordinators

The Age Group Coordinators attend regular AGC meetings (or send a representative) and pass on information and requests to the managers for the teams in their age groups. They are responsible for overseeing the squad selection process within each age group, and dealing with any issues that arise within or between teams in the age group.

Raiders Managers

The Raiders Managers are vital to the successful running of the Club. Each one has to complete an FA Level 1 Coaching course, and First Aid and Safeguarding Children training. They are also subject to DBS/Criminal Record Checks before running a team.

Updated on August 25, 2020

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