....the NFYL Trophy Final between NFYL teams Burton Albion V WBA will be played at Burton Albion The Pirelli Stadium Tuesday 15th May 2pm Kick Off ...... the NFYL League Cup Final Crystal Palace (Volenti) V JMA Reading will be played at Crystal Palace FC, Selhurst Park .......congratulations to former BCFC CT player Niall Clayton and former Watford CT player Dejon Noel Williams on their first professional contracts at Oxford United....... former BCFC player Omari Sterling James on his new deal at Mansfield Town FC 

National Football Youth League Safeguarding Policy 

It is the aim of the National Football Youth League (NFYL) to ensure that every young person who plays football within the NFYL should be able to participate in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from abuse. A child or young person is anyone under the age of 18 engaged in any footballing activity (including match officials). 
All adults associated with this ‘league’ are to safeguard the welfare of all players and where possible protect them from physical, sexual and emotional harm and from neglect and bullying. In striving to attain this the National Football Youth League’s aims are as follow’s: 
To ensure that the young person’s welfare is always considered as paramount 
The NFYL will have a designated League Welfare Officer 
All young people involved in football have a right to be protected from abuse and harm regardless of their sporting ability, age, gender, disability, culture, language, racial origin, religious beliefs or sexual identity. 
The NFYL will treat all suspicions and allegations of abuse and poor practice seriously and will respond swiftly and appropriately. 
To ensure all member clubs adhere to the FA’s Safeguarding Policies and Procedures for Affiliated Clubs and provide the league with the name of the designated welfare officer for each club. All clubs must keep safeguarding policies and procedures up to date. 
To ensure that all member clubs adopt an anti bullying policy in line with the FA 
RESPECT anti bullying policy. 
To ensure that all member clubs adhere to their club policies and to the FA RESPECT recommended guidelines with regards to photographs and videos. 
Safeguarding Policy 
Recommendations for Photographs and Video 
FA Anti Bullying Policy 
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