Clubmark is the national cross sports quality accreditation scheme for clubs with junior sections. It is a quality mark that sets minimum standards for coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs. All sports clubs, should consider working towards Clubmark.
The scheme helps clubs to improve and is a good indication to a parent that the club is well run and a good place to send their child to play sport. As awareness of the scheme grows, more and more parents are seeking out Clubmark to help them make choices.
More than thirty national governing bodies of sport (NGBs) use the scheme to accredit their affiliated clubs. Locally, Nottinghamshire County Council has the licence to award Clubmark to clubs whose NGB can not accredit clubs in their sport.
More than 11,000 clubs have registered with Clubmark since it's inception in 2002, shouldn't yours be one of them?