Dear Families, players, friends,
Welcome back to Gosport FC for the 2016/2017 season. This will be another exciting year ahead as we continue to grow our club and its reputation as one of the most professionally run Football Clubs in the Area. We are fielding 26 teams this season including development squads over 5 different leagues.
Again this just doesn’t happen, so the club would like to sincerely thank all Committee members, parents, players, sponsors, supporters of our great club. Without the help of an amazing number of volunteers, this could not be achieved. There is a great spirit and family atmosphere being built at the club which serves a greater purpose than just the children playing football.
Ladies Soccercise is finally here! Come and join us for a fun fitness session whilst using a football - your skills will be as good as your kids before you know it. Starting 28th February at Bay House School - Every Tuesday 1830-1930 - £2 if booked or £2.50 on the night. To book contact Tania on 07769 734383.
Social Media and Gosport FC
Gosport FC take social media and the welfare of our club members very seriously.The world is changing at such a fast pace and whilst the majority of social media is positive, there are occasions when it is not so good. We aim to give you a little help with staying safe online. If you see something that you dont believe to be in the best interest of the club or its members, please contact a member of your coaching staff and/or one of our welfare officers.
Here are a few websites to help you understand social media a little more -
The NSPCC NetAware Website explains about all of the different Social Media Groups and Websites. Facebook, Twitter etc.
Get Safe Online gives you a more general guide to staying safe online. Security, Banking and lots more !!!!
Please take the time to read The Gosport FC Social Media policy by clicking Here.
The Football Association Social networking, websites, mobile phone and email communications Best Practice can be found by Clicking Here.
Has someone done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know, feel worried or unsafe?
Make a report to one of CEOP's experienced Child Protection Advisors