Corfe Mullen United Juniors Football Club

Club Administration

Important information about yellow and red cards

When a player receives a yellow or red card in a formal league or cup match a fine is usually imposed on the Club by the Dorset FA. The fines vary depending on the severity of the caution.

Caution Offences (bookings) - this carries a £10 fine.

Sending Off Offences

These carry a match based suspension and £10 fine, then a further fine.

The bans will take place 21 days after the offence.

Once the fine has been paid by the Club, the details will be passed to the players parents and the player who are requested to repay the fine to the Club as soon as possible.

Club Accident Form

Club accident form to download and fill in.

Club Constitution

The Club Constitution provides the framework within which the Club operates. The Club is run by the Executive Committee which is elected at the AGM, supported by the Management Committee which includes the Managers of all the Club football teams.

 The "Adult Members - Addition club rules" document sets out further rules that must be observed by Adult members of the club. 

Adult Members Application form and Code of Conduct

All Adults who wish to become Members of the Club (including Team Managers, Coaches, Referees and other  Adult Volunteers) must fill in the application form below and agree to be bound by the Club Constitution, Rules and Code of Conduct. Once completed the application form is to be given to the Club Secretary who will process it. For certain Members, particularly Team Managers and Coaches, applicants may be requested to attend an interview with the Club Executive Committee.

Junior Members Application form and Code of Conduct

All those who attend training or play for the Club are called 'Junior Members'. Application for Junior Membership must be renewed annually (usually before the season starts each year). Young people who wish to train or play for the club must fill in the application form below and agree to be bound by the Club Constitution, Rules and Code of Conduct. Once completed the form is to be given to your Team Manager who will pass it to the relevant Secretary, depending on whether you are playing mini (7 a side) or youth (11 a side) football.