Royal Wootton Bassett Town are proud to be an England Football Two Star Accredited Club.

The club's Two Star status was certified in August 2021. It builds upon the recognition the club received as part of The FA's previous Charter Standard scheme (which the England Football Accredit Scheme has since replaced).

As an England Football Accredited Club, Royal Wootton Bassett Town are among those who seek to lead the game by example.

All accredited clubs must offer a consistent standard on and off the pitch.

Stars are used to recognise clubs that provide more opportunities for more people to play.

As a Two Star Club, we are committed to offering a complete player pathway for male football and continuing to build such a pathway for female football. We are also seeking to establish opportunities for disability football that will enable the club to achieve Three Star Accredited status – the highest such recognition available.

England Football Accreditation also requires, among other criteria, for the club to continue to have:
  • In-date FA Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Checks (DBS) for all relevant officials;
  • A Welfare Officer for youth teams;
  • Club committee members who have completed the FA's Safeguarding Committee Members course;
  • At least one coach or manager for each of our youth teams with an Introduction to Coaching Football (I2CF) certificate, and in-date Introduction to First Aid in Football (IFAIF) and Safeguarding Children Course (SCC) certification.

Full details about the England Football Accredited Scheme are available to read on The FA's website.

An England Football Accredited Two Star Club