QJFC Achieves FA Charter Standard Award
Quorn Juniors Football Club has recently received the Football Association’s Charter standard award for the current season. Sponsored by McDonalds, this accolade recognises high quality, well run and sustainable football clubs, where putting fun and safety is at the heart of what they do. In short, it acknowledges excellence in junior football in the community.
In addition to the award and as part of the McDonalds programme to support grassroots football, the club also received a complimentary team kit and match ball.
A brilliant example of football in the community, Quorn Juniors F.C. has over 300 players. These are represented in over 22 teams and include boys and girls of all age ranges and abilities. The club is supported by countless volunteers that range from parents who help to set up pitches on a match day, to the coaches and Club Committee.
Club chairman, Scott Parker said “It is a fantastic honour to once again receive this award. It is a reflection of the endeavours and energy of all who help to run the club. I’d also like to say a particular thank you to Stuart Broughton and Brian Lowe who have worked tirelessly to help us achieve this status”.