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Football

Development

Kent County Football Association

Football Development

2007 Year Review


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Introduction

  • The Football Development Team

  • Paul Dolan (County Development Manager)

  • Darryl Haden (Senior Football Development Officer)

  • Stephanie Gadd (Football Development Officer)

  • Liz Symons (Football Development Officer)

  • Val Hajialexandrou (Welfare Officer)

  • Lee Suter (Football Development Administrator)


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Investment

  • Total investment

  • £7,039,854 (£3,438,212 49% provided by Football Foundation)

  • Facility Projects x 8 = £6,403,659

  • Castle Community School (3G pitch)

  • Ashford Borough Council (3G pitch)

  • Maplesden Noakes School (3G pitch, changing rooms and revenue grant)

  • Towers School (Floodlights)

  • University of Kent (Changing rooms)

  • Mascalls School (3G pitch and revenue grant)

  • Ramsgate FC (Floodlights)

  • Deal Town FC (Fence cladding)

  • Community & Education Projects x 3 = £461,058

  • Goal Post Safety Scheme x 28 = £28,964

  • Small Grants Scheme x 12 = £118,989

  • Junior Kit Scheme x 47 = £18,800

  • Barclays Spaces for Sport x 16 = £8,384


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Club Development

  • 13 FA Charter Standard Clubs

  • 3 FA Charter Standard Development Clubs

  • 2 FA Charter Standard Community Clubs

  • 39 FA Charter Standard Renewals

  • Kent FA Charter Standard clubs In Service training workshop

  • 40 participants attended ‘Moving from mini-soccer to 11 v 11’

  • 36 participants attended ‘Skills Coaching for 5 – 11’s’

  • Kent FA Charter Standard Club tournament

  • 32 teams competed at Under 12, Under 14, Under 16 and Under 12 Girls

  • National FA Charter Standard Club of the Year 2007

  • Faversham Strike Force FC

  • Assessed four FA Charter Standard Holiday courses


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Education

  • 10 FA Charter Standard Schools

  • FA Regional winners – Northdown Primary School

  • 2 FA Charter Standard School Workshops

  • 420 young people attended 2 FA Charter Schools Festivals

  • 31 Schools attended 2 Small Grants Scheme workshops

  • Tops Football Course delivered – 22 Teachers

  • Futsal Level 1 Course specific for teachers – 14 teachers

  • Futsal Festival for Schools – 8 Schools took part

  • Funding received from Football Foundation for Literacy & Numeracy project in conjunction with Charlton Athletic FC


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School Club Link

  • Delivery in 7 School Sport Partnerships

  • Dartford

  • Dover

  • Shepway

  • Maidstone

  • Malling & Sevenoaks

  • Ashford

  • Thanet

  • 264 young people involved in programme

  • 115 male

  • 149 female

  • 77 young people transferred from programme into FA Charter Standard clubs

  • 50 male

  • 27 female


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Disability

  • Kent Junior Pan Disability League (2007/2008)

  • Under 11’s x 8 teams

  • Under 16’s x 10 teams

  • Kent Champions Cup tournament

  • Under 11’s x 8 teams

  • Under 16’s x 10 teams

  • Kent U17 MLD/EBD Representative teams

  • 6 matches

  • South East Champions

  • Kent Youth Games Special School Football tournament

  • 11 special schools participated

  • FA Coaching Disabled Football course at University of Kent

  • 20 participants attended course

  • Gained funding for Kent Disability Centre of Excellence


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Women and Girls

  • 10 FA Charter Standard Club Workshops

  • 11 Small Grants Scheme Workshops

  • 8 New Junior clubs

  • 29 New Junior teams

  • 26 Out of the 34 Girls clubs have gained FA Charter Standard

  • 72 Girls at the Gillingham Centre of Excellence

  • New East Kent Girls League

  • -6 teams at Under 11

  • - 8 teams at Under 13

  • Administered County senior squad (6 matches)

  • Under 16 County Festival

  • Supported Seven School Club Links


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Social Inclusion

  • Activity in all Districts

  • 124,000 young people been through programme

  • 3 Level 1 Courses delivered in districts for young people

  • Teenage pregnancy programme now being delivered across county

  • Male sexual health programme now being delivered across county

  • Football United Conference – 55 delegates

  • Guru Nanak FC achieved FA Charter Standard Club award

  • Funding workshop delivered for BME Clubs

  • Coaching development day specific for BME coaches

Race Equality


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Small Sided

  • Adult Futsal League at Tunbridge Wells

  • 8 teams

  • Qualifying league for National FA Futsal Cup competition

  • League winners (FCF Corinthians) attended National Futsal Cup

  • FA Level 1 Introduction to Futsal Coaching course at Kent College

  • 24 participants

  • FA Umbro Fives qualifying tournaments organised

  • Goals Bexleyheath (Male – 22 April & Female – 21 April)

  • Goals Dartford (Male – 29 April & Female – 28 April)

  • Goals Beckenham (Male – 15 April & Female – 29 January)

  • Tunbridge Wells (Female – 6 May)


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Coach Education

  • Kent FA Courses attended by 834 coaches

  • 28 Level 1 Coaching in football courses

  • 8 Level 2 Certificate in coaching football courses

  • 2 Level 3 UEFA ‘B’ License coaching courses

  • 2 FA Level 2 Coaching Goalkeepers courses

  • 300 Kent Coaches Association Members

  • Three Kent Coaches Association Workshops


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Skills Programme

  • Kent County FA recruited four full time coaches

  • Robert Udberg – Team Leader

  • Ian Varley

  • Joe Tinkler

  • Darren Phillips

  • 15,000 players coached since September 2007

  • 160 players attending Three FA Skills Centres

  • Dartford Princes Park

  • Maidstone Hockey Club

  • Canterbury High School

  • Working in 26 schools each term

  • Over 1000 Children coached per week


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Volunteers

  • 19 Volunteer placements

  • Two Step into Sport Conferences held in East and West Kent

  • 19 young volunteers in Step into Sport Programme

  • 2 volunteers attended FA Young Leaders Camp in July

  • Kent County FA Volunteer Awards Evening

  • - Kent FA Charter Standard Clubs

  • Kent FA Charter Standard Schools

  • Football Workforce awards

  • Kent County FA Grassroots Coach of the Year


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Safeguarding Children

  • Manage and oversee Child Protection cases

  • 45 new cases/suspensions/referrals

  • Safeguarding Children in Football Workshops delivered

  • 8 Youth League Welfare Officers in place to date

  • 103 Club Welfare Officers listed

  • 4 Welfare Officer Workshops

  • FA Verifiers workshop delivered

  • 24 verifiers currently in place throughout Kent

  • Contact details of verifiers collected and circulated


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Staff Training

  • Paul Dolan

  • FA Leadership Course

  • Darryl Haden

  • FA Leadership Course

  • Lee Suter

  • FA Media Training Workshop

  • County Website Workshop

  • FA Presentation Skills Workshop

  • UEFA ‘B’ Licence and Level 2 Goalkeeping Coach

  • Liz Symons

  • Microsoft Excel Level 1

  • FA Media Training Workshop


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2008 ………

  • Kent Football Strategy

  • Delivery Board

  • Working Groups

  • County Plan

  • Deliver 6 month Interim plan

  • Produce 4 year plan

  • Football Development

  • Local Area Plans

  • M & E Football Foundation funded projects

  • Disability Centre of Excellence

  • Adult Disability League

  • County Young Leadership Camp

  • Achieve Sporting Equals/CRE Equality Standard



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