In this section you will find all the club rules in PDF format which are downloadable. Event registration forms and other important information.
KNJFC Welcome Pack
A welcome pack to Killinghall Nomads Junior Football Club. With information on what we do, where we are and what we stand for and can expect from us here.
2021 Tournament. Entry Form
Killinghall Nomads JFC are holding their Annual Junior 6 a-side* Tournament on 17th and 18th July 2021 for boys U7 up to U14, Sportability (pan-disability) and Girls U9, U10 & U13.
CLUB SAFEGUARDING POLICY
KNJFC acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of every child and young person and is committed to providing a safe environment for all.
PLAYERS MESSAGE TO PARENTS/CARERS
As a player for Killinghall Nomads JFC, please read this for me.
THE FA GUIDANCE FOR PARENTS AND CARERS
The FA is asking every parent/carer with a child involved in football to take a few minutes to watch our parent/carer video above called ‘Let’s talk about keeping children safe in football’.
How to Report Safeguarding Concerns
If you are worried about a child, it’s vital you report your concerns. Doing nothing is not an option.
Killinghall Nomads JFC Anti-Bullying Policy
We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our members so they can participate in football in a relaxed and secure atmosphere.
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PLAYERS
This Code focuses on players involved in top-class football. Nevertheless, the key concepts in the Code are valid for players at all levels.
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR COACHES
Coaches are key to the establishment of ethics in football. Their concept of ethics are their attitude directly effects the behaviour of players under their supervision. Coaches are, therefore, expected to pay particular care to the moral aspect of their conduct.