Durham County FA is asking everyone in our football community to nominate their Respect champions.
Any nomination for a National Award can also be nominated for a local Respect Award in the three categories of League, Club and Volunteer – so make sure you remember to nominate to both the FA and also to Durham County FA.
John Topping, Company Secretary said: "The Durham County FA Respect Awards are a great way to celebrate leagues, clubs or volunteers who have clearly demonstrated a commitment to promote the Respect programme. I would encourage everyone in our local football community to nominate to Durham County FA a league, club or volunteer who they consider to be truly deserving of an award. I hope we will see great many nominations"
Do you know a club, league or individual who have gone above and beyond to promote Respect? Then NOMINATE them now for a Durham County FA Respect Award!
This might have included such thing as:-
- Educating teams, coaches, spectators or players
- Encouraging high standards of behaviour from players, coaches, spectators or teams
- Dealing with poor behaviour, incentivising good behaviour
- Recruiting, retaining and valuing Referees
- Team Captains who work well with Referees to help manage on pitch behaviour
- Referees who gain Respect from the way in which they manage games
- Campaigning in an effective and persuasive way
- Work that has improved the environment in which the games take place
The Three Award Categories are:
- Durham County FA League Award for Outstanding Contribution to Respect
- Durham County FA Club Award for Outstanding Contribution to Respect
- Durham County FA Individual Award for Outstanding Contribution to Respect
To nominate please email Richard.Hughes@DurhamFA.com with your Respect Champion nomination. Please also make sure when you send your nomination(s) that you include full details as to why your nomination(s) should receive an award.
Nominations close on Monday 12th June 2017