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Wrexham FC Racecourse Community Foundation
are an Accredited Fun Football provider in
Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire.
We are also accredited to deliver in any county throughout Wales.
Parents can be assured that Wrexham FC Football Foundation Fun Football courses operate to the highest standard
What is Fun Football?
"Fun Football" is the term given to informal organised football activity with the emphasis on ‘turn up and play’ and ‘skill development through
creative football practice’.
The term "fun football" is recognised by UEFA (The European Governing body of football) and is endorsed as a grass roots development initiative.
The Fun Football Charter Mark Programme was introduced to provide local authorities, clubs and private organisations with a benchmark scheme for the delivery of curricular and extracurricular activities within the boundaries of each local authority.
The main aim of the programme is to ensure that clubs and private organisations deliver a quality assured football programme to junior players.
Fun Football Accreditation Scheme
The central aim of the Fun Football Programme is to increase regular participation amongst boys and girls in a safe, enjoyable and productive environment.
The Accredited Organisation
An accredited Fun Football Organisation is permitted to deliver a nationally recognised programme endorsed by the Welsh Football Trust having demonstrated the highest standards in:
• Child Welfare
• Equal Opportunities
• Health and Safety
• Equipment and Facilities
• Coach Education and Technical Development
Accredited organisations will be monitored and assessed by the Welsh Football Trust on a regular basis to maintain their accreditation.
The Junior Supporters Club is up and running.
AS of 1st March 2012, the Racecourse Community Foundation once again took over the running of the Junior Dragons. At its height under the old Community Scheme, there were over 1,000 members and it is the Foundation’s aim to increase numbers over the coming months.
There are currently 50 paid members of the Junior Dragons, but this will be increased over the coming months with new initiatives. There will be a series of events including training at Colliers Park and meeting the players and manager.
A launch event with all members will be held at the beginning of the new season. All Junior Dragons will be invited to play at half time during a stated first team game. Other initiatives in the future will include re-starting the Saturday morning club, Group Parties and Official Junior Dragon Mascots for each home game.
There was a Junior Dragon Day for members only at Colliers Park on Thursday, April 12th and all members had a great time.
Other benefits will include:
Discounts on Club Shop merchandise
Discounts on Soccer Schools
Discounts on Birthday Parties held at Wrexham FC
Birthday Cards signed by the players and manager
To become a member please collect a membership form from the club shop or download a form from the link below.
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As part of the ‘Football for All’ initiative Wrexham FC Racecourse Community Foundation are delivering
Physical Disability football coaching sessions
The ‘Football for All’ initiative seeks to get more people involved in football and will be delivered in partner-ship with Sport Wales and the FAW Trust.
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