Deeping United Success!!!
Football accredited clubs set the standards, raise the bar and fly the flag of respect and diversity for Football in England.
Deeping United FC are proud to say that we now hold the highest standard of accreditation meaning we lead the game by example. We are a safer, stronger, more effective and more enjoyable place to play and enjoy football.
Thanks to everyone who is helping build the strong, sustainable, successful club that we want to be.
Deeping United FC is awarded Lincolnshire Wildcats centre of the month for July 2021
We are now entered for a national award
Well done everyone involved!
Deeping United F.C. in the community
Deeping United purchases library books for a local school
Proud to co-sponsor with Mana education to provide brand new reading material for a great local primary school.
In these uncertain times pupils education has been hit drastically, so to be able to help provide the complete library ‘wish list’ for Linchfield Community Primary School was an absolute honour.
Deeping United FC - COVID-19 Response
We believe our facility can operate consistently with Government guidance regarding health, social distancing and hygiene and we have updated our guidance for players, coaches, volunteers, officials, parents/carers and spectators. We have also revised and updated our Covid-19 risk assessment and Safeguarding risk assessment.
The FA guidance is that all participants (i.e. adult and youth) should minimise contact in training where possible, e.g. minimise tackles/any drills or practices that require close contact such as set piece or corner practice where several players are in close proximity for a sustained period. Our interpretation of the FA guidance is that coaching sessions should be mostly non contact with social distancing but some contact is allowed e.g. in a training game at the end of a session. Coaches should exercise common sense and consider parent's/carer's views.
Under-18s, disability teams, volunteers, match officials, guardians, elite players and those travelling for work are all exempt from the travel restrictions between different tiers.
There is significant emphasis on avoiding congestion in the FA guidance. Due to this, only one parent/carer should attend coaching sessions or matches; and, only coaches and club volunteers are permitted to park at the field. Everyone else must use the leisure centre car park. The club must take a hard line on this as non compliance could lead to action against us. We really don’t want to lose our chance to play football! We thank you for your support on this.
Subject to receipt of guidance on 22nd March 2021, grassroots football will re-commence on 29th March 2021, subject to restrictions.
At present is likely that grassroots football will be restricted to training and selected cup competitions, but please keep and eye on the website for updates