Under 18 Corner

A page dedicated to young players and officials

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supporting you in cumberland

Do you need help? Can we support you?

Contact our Designated Safeguarding Officer Mel Sandwith

01900 511800 | Safeguarding@CumberlandFA.com

07704 156780 - Call Mel or send a WhatsApp

Find out more about safeguarding by clicking below:
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every childhood is worth fighting for

• Online safety
• Report a problem
• Bullying
• Abuse

Call the NSPCC helpline if you're worried about a child.

Even if you're unsure, contact the professional counsellors 24/7 for help, advice and support on 0808 800 5000. Alternatively, visit their website below.

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Information for 16 and 17 year olds 

The FA Have Produced Information For 16/17 Year-Olds Including 'Know Your Rights', What You Can Do' And Helpful Organisations.

Download Know Your Rights



Supporting you in your role on all safeguarding matters

Cumberland FA have produced information for Referees aged 18 and under. The information is designed to ensure you enjoy your refereeing experience in a safe environment.

Download The safeguarding brief


tell us about your football in cumberland

• Are you happy when you play football? If not, why not?
• What would make playing football more fun for you?
• Do you feel safe when playing football?

We can support you – complete the form below and tell us what you think about playing football in Cumberland.


We welcome any feedback and are always available to help you with your queries. Click the button below to send an enquiry and a member of our Team will get back to you as soon as possible.

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18 or under?


Childline offers free, confidential advice and support.

Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, simply call 0800 1111.

Online, on the phone, any time.

what happens when you contact childline

are you keeping safe online?

Click on the link below and explore one of the six ThinkUKnow websites for advice about staying safe when you're on a phone, tablet or computer.

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Who's safer online?

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play your part


The Respect codes of conduct are in place to ensure that everyone involved in grassroots football is playing their part to give players a positive experience.

Are you playing your part?

The FA’s Youth Code of Conduct can be viewed below.