The Sarratt Rebels Youth Football Club shares its home ground and wears the same coloured strip as the adult team Sarratt FC.
Situated at King George V playing fields in Sarratt, Hertfordshire, the youth football club is designed for budding football stars to have fun and to learn how to play the “beautiful game”. Sport is a great way for children to learn the benefits of working as a team and to enforce this ideal our club moto is “Per Unitatem Vis” (Through Unity Strength).
The Sarratt Rebels Youth Football Club is a non-profit making organisation. All money raised is used for the benefit of the children at the club. We cater for children at primary school and our aim is to encourage all children to have fun learning and playing football.
We are a British Football Association registered club and we play in the West Herts Youth League. All our coaches are DBS checked and most have completed level 1 & level 2 Fa Coaching modules.
We strive to create a fun and safe place for children to play football, child welfare is at the heart of what we do.
The Club Welfare Officer is Kim Ormsby who is responsible for the welfare and safeguarding of all members under the age of 18.
All Managers and Coaches must complete the following before taking charge of a team:
We expect the highest standards of conduct from our players, parents and supporters. We are support the FA Respect campaign.
The role of the Club Welfare Officer is key to ensuring that Respect is understood, taken on board by the committee, coaches/managers members and supporters.
Our Match Day Delegates are present at every game to ensure that the FA Respect guidelines are followed.
Our home ground is located at:
King George V Playing Fields, George V Way
Sarratt, Hertfordshire WD3 6AU
We have limited parking on site and in surrounding areas. On match days please follow these parking instructions.
If your enquiry is about joining the club then please complete our membership form.
For all other enquiries please email Simon (Club Chairman) at firstname.lastname@example.org.