Barnes Football Club was founded in 1862 and is the 6th oldest club in England. New management committee is now re-establishing the club and intends to involve local passionate football fans and enthusiasts to support their initiative. Our mission is to develop and promote community participation in healthy recreation by providing affordable activities that improve health and social welfare and to provide more social inclusive community that will engage all members regardless of ability or disability, race, religion, gender, age or sexual orientation.
The club is running a crowdfunding campaign and is supported by Sport England. More information on:
As a Safeguarding Officer, you will have the primary responsibility for managing and reporting safeguarding concerns and for putting into place policies and procedures and continually monitoring these to safeguard young people and adults at risk across the entire organisation
What are requirements for the role?
What are the main responsibilities?
The role is on a voluntary basis with average 8-10 hours per week, however we offer a range of benefits from our sponsors and great access to the sport network.
Barnes Football Club was founded in 1862 and had great importance in the development of football in 19th century. The club took part in first ever FA Cup in 1871-72 with 15 consecutive editions of the competition.
Currently, management is re-establishing the club and will operate as grassroots club and will play in Kingston & District Football League under Surrey FA. The club is run by a volunteer management committee.