Lancaster City have joined the growing list of EVO-STIK Northern Premier League clubs who’ve attained the Football Association’s sought after Charter Standard Adult Club status.
Proud officials at the EVO-STIK NPL First Division North club's Giant Axe were celebrating ahead of the Easter action receiving formal notification from the league that City`s Adult Charter Standard plaque and certificate were on the way for display after their application was approved.
Club development is an integral part of the FA’s National Game Strategy and the EVO-STIK NPL has been encouraging all members clubs to achieve the first rung on the governing body’s charter standard ladder with FA Charter Standard Adult Club status.
The Lancashire outfit are following in the footsteps of numerous EVO-STIK NPL clubs to earn accreditation after passing the FA’s strict criteria to demonstrate their on-going commitment to raise standards and provide positive experiences for players, coaches, referees, administrators and volunteers alike.
Updated 18:45 - 16 Apr 2017 by Graham Dockerty