Club Documents


Mini Soccer Registration – Spring  2023

Mini Soccer Leaflet – Spring 2023

Wildcats Registration – Spring 2023

Wildcats Leaflet – Spring 2023

Squad Girls Registration – Spring 2023

Squad Girls Leaflet – Spring 2023

Covid-19 Guidelines for Wildcats & Mini Soccer Training

Priory Parkside Player Registration Form

Mini Soccer Forms:

Registration Form (including Code of Conduct, Emergency Medical Treatment Form, Training and Injury Waiver and General Release Form.

Youth Forms:

Registration Form (including Code of Conduct, Emergency Medical Treatment Form, Training and Injury Waiver and General Release Form.


Pocket Concussion Guide

Seven Day Approach Rule

Photography Guidelines

Postponement Request Form – Hunts Youth League

Mini soccer pitch allocations (U7 – U10)

Youth pitch allocations (U11 – U16)

Pitch Layout

Winter Training Allocation – 2022/23 Season

One Leisure Pitches


Anti-Bullying Policy

FA Grassroots Safeguarding Policy and Procedures

Priory Parkside FC Safeguarding Policy

Medical Emergency Action Plan

FA Covid-19 Safeguarding Risk Assessment Guidance

Code of Conduct – Managers, Coaches and Club Officials

Welfare Officers’ Roles and Responsibilities

FA Annual Health Check Certificate

Priory Parkside Income Chart

Priory Parkside Expenditure Chart

Complaints Process and Procedure:

If your complaint is of a confidential nature relating to a child welfare issue then please email our Child Welfare Officer Gemma Keech at

If your complaint is of a non confidential matter then please email the club Secretary at

Club complaints procedure:

In the event that any member of the club feels that he or she has suffered discrimination in any way or that the club’s Policies, Rules or Codes of Conduct have been broken, they should follow the procedures here.

  1. They should report the matter to the Club Secretary or another member of the Club Committee. The report should include:
    • Details of what, when and where the occurrence took place
    • Any witness statement and names
    • Names of any others who have been treated in a similar way
    • Details of any former complaints made about the incident, date, when and to whom
    • A preference for a solution to the incident
  2. The Club’s Management Committee will sit for any hearings that are required.
  3. The Club’s Management Committee will have the power to:
    • Warn as to future conduct
    • Suspend from membership
    • Remove from membership any person found to have broken the Club’s Policies or Codes of Conduct
    • If the complaint is in regard to the Club’s Management Committee, the member has the right to report the discrimination to the relevant County FA
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