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Bexley FC  joins the FA elite

Bexley FC has been celebrating after being awarded the coveted FA Charter Standard Award

The Charter Standard Scheme is the best practice guide that sets standards of coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs outside the Football League and Premier League.As a benchmark for quality the award will improve the playing experience for all.A delighted Club chairman, Terry Peck said “This award displays the clubs commitment to grassroots football in the area and it is pleasing to see that the clubs hard work has been rewarded with such a prestigious award”.

Peter Hunter, a council member from the Kent FA presented the award to the Club.The club which was formed in 1884 runs teams from Under 9’s through to Under 16’s and has over 140 members as well as 35 volunteers who work tirelessly to ensure the club has always progressed.The next phase in the clubs development is to introduce a Saturday soccer school for the under 8’s.Kent County Football Development Officer, Lee Suter praised the club by saying “Bexley FC has worked extremely hard to meet The FA’s criteria and having this award will benefit everyone involved within the club as well as the local community”The KentCountyFA are committed to club development and have set an ambitions target for having 75% of mini soccer and youth teams playing within a Charter Standard Club by 2012.Lee Suter went to say “Club development is very important to the KentCountyFA and as an Association we are committed to football development and will continue to work with clubs in order to achieve the Charter Award”.For more details on the Charter Standard scheme please contact or visit



Bexley FC are proud to have been awarded the coveted FA Charter Standard Award


Bexley FC with the Award

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