Forms, Guides and Policies
Membership Subscription Forms
Membership subscription forms for the 2017-18 season can be downloaded from the links below.
KDR Kiddies KDR Girls (non-league) All other teams (Boys U6s to U18s and Girls league teams)
The form can be completed and returned in the following ways:
Download the form and complete all fields (use the drop down lists where appropriate).
Send the completed form by e-mail to the Club treasurer Steve Pierce (firstname.lastname@example.org)
By completing the form electronically any family discounts are calculated automatically.
Download the form and complete all fields.
Hand the completed form to your team manager, or post it to the address given on the form.
You can pay in cash; by cheque (payable to Kirk Deighton Rangers Junior Football Club; please write the player's name on the back of the cheque); or electronically. For electronic payments our bank account number is 01277005, sort code 30-93-91 and quote the player's name as reference.
If you have any queries please contact Steve Pierce (tel 07801 152051, e-mail email@example.com).
Please also fill in a Gift Aid declaration. This enables the club to reclaim basic rate tax from HM Revenue & Customs. Click to download a copy of the Gift Aid declaration
Player Registration Forms
Managers must submit a completed Player Registration Form to the club's Registration Secretary in the following circumstances:
For all U7s, U8s, U9s Boys and U10s Girls the child's parent must complete the form and provide ID proof of the child's date of birth.
For U10-U18s Boys and U12, U13 & U15s Girls the form must be completed by parents of NEW players joining in the 2017-18 season and any player who does not have a player ID card from the 2016-17 season. Parents will also need to provide both a photo of their child and ID proof of their child's date of birth.
Guides and Policies
Our Player & Parent Guide contains information about the ethos of the club and contact details for club officials and team managers.
Our Safeguarding Children Policy and Guidance document describes how the club safeguards the welfare of our players. This complements the FA's Anti-Bullying Policy. The Child Sexual Exploitation Advice Card from West Yorkshire Police details the signs that coaches and parents can look for to identify when a child is being sexually exploited.
We have four code of conduct documents:
And finally, please read A Player's Message to Parents.
Young Players Coaches & Managers Spectators & Parents Match Officials
Health and Safety
The FA's Concussion Guidelines provide information on how to recognise concussion and the support to give to players at the time and after the event.
The FA's Goalpost Safety Guidelines provide information for the safe use of goalposts.