Blaby Bullets Conditions of Entry


Blaby Bullets are supporters of the FA RESPECT campaign and all players, parents, carers, spectators, coaches, managers and team officials agree to abide by the official FA RESPECT CODES OF CONDUCT when joining this club. Failure to abide by these codes of conduct may lead to action as determined by the committee, including supension or expulsion from the club.

Subs are payable on-going, monthly by standing order. The amount may vary per age group depending on the frequency and venue of training / matches. Some events (E.g. tournaments) may be charged as extra. If so this would be advised in advance of the event. Any player in arrears may become ineligible for training and / or matches until settlement.  Fees are subject to change if club costs or training / match provision changes (notice would be given). Membership can be cancelled at any time by providing 1 months notice in writing to the club secretary

Paying your subs by standing order >

Blaby Bullets philosophy is based around; ‘LOVE’, ‘TRUST’ and a ‘LICENSE TO SKILL’. A desire to ‘look after’ and ‘LOVE’ the ball will be nurtured, both individually and as a team. Players will be ‘trusted’ to make decisions in game situations and encouraged to use skills and be creative. No ‘booting’ or ‘getting rid’ here! Positive thinking strategies will also be used as part of the coaching process. Parents / carers are encouraged to speak directly with coaching staff regarding the club philosophy and the development of their child.

Football, by it’s nature is in the public arena and therefore when joining this club parents / guardians acknowledge that the image of your child may be recorded and used on-line / or in promotional material. However;  full name, date of birth, school, home address or other personal data will not be displayed. If, however, you do not wish for your child’s image to be used email

Football is a contact sport and whilst every care will be taken, injuries do occassionaly happen. You agree to coaches providing first aid at pitch side if required and accept that BLABY BULLETS, it’s coaches and officials are not liable for any accident, loss, damage or injury suffered whilst participating in activities organised by the club. You agree to disclose any existing medical conditions to the coaching team prior to your child taking part in any activity. BLABY BULLETS do hold public liability insurance but do not provide personal injury insurance for players therefore this should be sourced yourself if required. You agree to ensure that your child is prepared for training sessions and matches including appropriate clothing, footwear, shinpads and refreshments.