One of the criteria drawn up by the FA for Charter Standard clubs is that each club has a formal constitution. The Cassiobury Rangers FC Constitution is available to view on this page.

  • The Club shall be called Cassiobury Rangers Football Club
  • Football belongs to, and should be enjoyed by, everyone equally. The Club’s commitment is to eliminate discrimination whether by reason of gender, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or ability and to encourage equal opportunities.
  • The Club will also abide by The FA’s Child Protection Policies and Procedures, Respect Codes of Conduct and the Equality Policy as shall be in place from time to time.
  • The affairs of the Club shall be controlled by a minimum of three volunteers to be known as Officers of the Club
  • The Officers of the Club shall be known as the Executive Committee of the Club
  • An Officer of the Club should be proposed and seconded by either a Committee member or current Officer of the Club
  • The Officers of the Club shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting where each Officer and Committee member may vote
  • Each team/age-group will be represented by a team manager to form a body that, along with the Officers of the Club, shall be known as the Committee
  • An Annual General Meeting shall be held in each year to:
    1. receive a report of the activities of the Club over the previous year
    2. receive a report of the Club’s finances over the previous year
    3. elect the members of the Club Committee
    4. consider any other business.
    The Club shall send to each member 21 days written notice of the date of a General Meeting (whether an AGM or an EGM)
  • The Committee shall be responsible for co-ordinating the organisation, finance and all other activities of the Club
  • The financial affairs of the Club shall be co-ordinated by the Treasurer with at least one other authorised Officer, and are authorised to pay for the hire of pitches, affiliation fees, purchase of equipment etc
  • The Committee shall fix the annual fees
  • Application for membership shall be subject to the approval of the Membership Secretary
  • The Officers of the Club shall reserve the right to refuse or terminate membership as set out in the FA Respect Code of Conduct and Policies
  • The Constitution, FA Respect Code of Conduct, Policies and forms can be amended or reviewed by the Officers of the Club at any time
  • The Club is a voluntary organisation, for which no financial re-numeration or advantage should accrue, either for the individual or their child. All expenses need to be pre-authorised before being incurred. Reasonable expenses will be authorised by the Treasurer. Other costs, such as advanced coaching courses, will be authorised by the relevant Officer.
  • An Officer, Committee member, manager, coach or administrative assistant cannot use their position to influence opinion, or to obtain or secure any benefit which is detrimental to the Club, the Club’s reputation or its members, or which will or may bring the Club into conflict with any league or the Football Association
  • The Club President, as appointed by the Executive Committee, will help maintain links with the Club’s partner Organisations. Vice-Presidents are appointed at the discretion of the Club President, and are available for help and advice if so required.