Youth & Community
Welcome to the Ross County Football Club Youth & Community pages. All the latest news and information on the Club's various youth and community coaching programmes, holiday coaching programmes, match day activities and opportunities and our wider community activities can be found here.
These pages will regularly be updated with news about the Club's Mini Kickers, Soccer Centres or Summer Coaching Programmes; information on how to become a Match Day Mascot or attend our extremely popular Match Day Club; and with updates about the Club's work in the wider community with Age Scotland, Alzheimer Scotland, the SPFL Trust et al.
For more information please contact Tracy Shaw on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07454950401.
. Everyone had a great day and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
RCFC YOUTH & DEVELOPMENT NEWS
1. St. Johnstone v Hamilton Academical or Celtic
2. Queen of the South v Cumbernauld Colts
3. Motherwell v Kilmarnock
4. Greenock Morton v Ross County
5. Dundee United v Dundee
6. St. Mirren v Rangers
7. Selkirk or Ayr United v Airdrieonians
8. Heart of Midlothian v Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Ties to be played on or before December 6, 2015.
Starting XI: Gary Woods, Stephen Miller, James Ross, Sam Morrison, Chris McLaughlin, Darrem Moffat, Ian McShane, Stewart Murdoch, Tony Dingwall, Brian Graham, Greg Morrison.
Subs: Peter Tait, Russell Dingwall, James Beeston, Tom McLennan, Blair Malcolm, Ross MacIver.
Aug 31, 2015
Code of Conduct Policy
All youth players, parents and coaches at Ross County Football Club must sign up to the code in addition to following the club codes of conduct as follows:
CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
Ross County Football Club is committed to good practice which protects children & vulnerable adults from harm.
All staff and volunteers at Ross County accept and recognise our responsibilities to develop awareness of the issues which cause children and vulnerable adults harm.
We will endeavour to safeguard children and vulnerable adults by:
Child Protection Officer