Would you like to affiliate to cheshire fa?
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The Club Affiliation process for 2018-19 season is LIVE!
If you are a new club please contact us and we will contact you to take you through the process.
We are changing our Affiliation package and it is to benefit you, our clubs.
For the first time, we are making disability football free across the county as well as providing every club with a strong set of benefits that help you to run the game we love.
All club secretaries have receive our Affiliation brochure and information regarding the process.
Clubs are required to affiliate each season. Affiliation is the process by which clubs “register” with Cheshire FA, allowing them to play affiliated football for the new season.
It involves telling Cheshire FA which teams you’ll be running, which County Cups and leagues they will be entering, as well as the key officers and team officials involved in running your club.
You can complete your Club Affiliation in more than one session if you wish. Make sure you click on “Save Changes” as you work through the form, and if you leave it and come back later, the form will be saved at the stage you left it.
No. You cannot amend your club name through the online affiliation form – if your club name, or legal status has changed, please contact Cheshire FA.
If you need to remove a team (i.e. report that it won’t be running next season) then check the box called “Team Folding” box next to the team. You will be asked to provide one or more reasons why the team is not continuing for the new season. Please give the best option(s) available. When your affiliation form is processed, this team will be discontinued.
Yes, although each team will normally be entered in the same league as the previous season, you should make sure teams are in the correct league, or this will cause problems when your league is sanctioned.
U5 and U6 Development Groups can now be recorded within affiliation. This provides the club with the ability to record these activities, align coaches and fulfill their safeguarding procedures for these groups. These age groups cannot play fixtures and cannot be placed in leagues.