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Player: Reception (U5) -Year 1 (U6)

Player: Year 2 (U7) to Year 5 (U10)

Player: Year 6 (U11) - Year 7 (U12)

Player: Year 8 (U13)-Year 13 (U18)

Expires 31/08/2023

Join Us / Renew
Payment: Bank Transfer Only.

Westwood Park Junior Football Club - Membership

Only click on "JOIN US/RENEW" if you are renewing from last season OR  you have prior confirmation from your age group coach that you have a place

Important notes for completion & payment

You need to go all the way to the end of the process. If  you don't get a confirmation email, it's not complete and you will need to redo it.

  • You should complete a form for each player - make sure you select the correct membership and correct 2022/23 year group.
  • Payment will again be via bank transfer only. Selecting "Checkout" will display the bank details that you should make payment to and selecting "Bank Transfer" will then complete the renewal process.
  • The actual payment via Bank Transfer is a follow up process that you need to do once this renewal process is completed.
  • You will receive a renewal confirmation email which will include the bank details you need to make payment to.
  • Bank Transfer should ideally be one per player. The  bank transfer "reference" should be the player's "Initial + Surname + Age group" (e.g. J.Smith-U14) or the payment reference on the confirmation email.
  • You will not receive immediate confirmation of payment (not automated). We only check our bank account periodically (manually) so will get confirmation whenever we next do this (at a later date)
  • If you are new to the club and have more than 1 child to sign up using the same contact email address, it will ask you to sign in before you can add further ones. You can create a new membership once signed in. 
  • You must have prior consent from the age group coach to join the club. Payment is no guarantee of a place.
  • Any queries - see below for contact info.

Important notes for all parents

The FA have created a course for parents to help raise awareness of Safeguarding.  Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility and if we all do our bit, it ensures children remain within a safe  environment.

The NSPCC defines safeguarding as, "the action that is taken to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm."

The FA Course for parents is free and can be accessed using this link