Kingston Little League
Registration of Players 2018-19
New Players Wanted
We are currenlty short on players in Seven-A-Side (U11-U9) and Juniors (U12-U11). If your child is in school years 4 to 7 and is interested in playing or know someone who would be interested then please fill out one of our online submission forms. We can allocate your child a team the next available Saturday.
All players will need to fill out a Registration Form and bring it along with you on the day (there will be spare copies at Latchmere for those unable to access the form).
The Registration Form must be signed by both the player and parent/guardian.
The Annual Subscription for the season will be £80 per player plus an additional £30 for each sibling.
Training will be run at Tiffin Girls from 6-7 pm on Fridays for the 2018-19 season(Less Fridays during Half Term and Christmas period)
KLL provide training only for those in Seniors (U14), Intermediates, Juniors, Sevens and Bantams (Senior Section) who are registered to play and for those waiting to get a place who have formally applied to join. It costs £1 to attend.
PLEASE NOTE THAT MOULDS, NORMAL STUDS AND BLADES ARE NOT PERMITTED AND SHIN PADS ARE TO BE WORN.
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
By now you will probably be aware that from the 25th May the new General Data Protection Regulations, more commonly referred to as GDPR, will come into force. This not only effects all businesses and government bodies but also all other organisations who use personal data to support their operations.
As a result KLL have a duty to inform all parents on what personal data we collect and why and how KLL uses that data to carry out its activities. In KLL personal data is not shared with outside agencies and the data collected is only that that enables KLL to communicate with parents and players on the footballing activies we run on your behalf.
Committee members and managers are only provided access to that information to enable them to fulfil their respective roles and that is with your consent or in order to fulfil our contract with you. For example cancellation of games, news of KLL events and information on FA run courses that you may have requested information on.
You are entitled to see copies of all personal data held by KLL on you and your child and to amend, correct or delete such data. You can also limit, restrict or object to the processing of that data.
Unlike large corporate bodies we do not maintain online personal accounts and data provided is collected on a physical registration form. It is then consolidated on a spreadsheet which is password protected. Only those members of the committee who need access to that data are provided a copy. Managers are only provided with contact details that you have consented to use.
KLL does however have an online application form and the details provided are then sent only to the football secretary. The football secretary retains a list of players wishing to join KLL and will only contact via the method of communication an applicant's parent(s) select. The data provided is retained only until the applicant is informed they have a place and a formal registration form physically completed.
Should you have concerns please contact the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Playing for Kingston Little League and Bantams
Bantams U6-U9 (Dinton) and Players U9-U15 as at 1st September 2018 can register to play in the Season 2018-19 either by completing the online enquiry form
If we have no vacancies in a particular age group players will be added to the Waiting List and called forward as and when a vacancy occurs.
If your child is already in a team at Little League or in Bantams then you don't need to complete an online enquiry form
All players regardless of ability are welcome.
In particular we are looking for girls aged between 9 and 12 (as at 1 Sep 18) to play in Seven-A-Side and U14-U15 Boys for Senior League teams.
We have a number of girls playing mixed football in Seniors, Intermediates, Juniors and Sevens but wish to increase number of girls playing with the aim to increase the number of All-Girls teams in subsequent years.
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