Yate United Football Club

Welcome to Yate United Football Club's website.

Latest News;

Yate United are very pleased to report that this years Yate United Tournament is proudly sponsored by Pearce Brothers who have kept Bristol Moving since 1979 - click on the logo to visit Pearce Brothers website and see what great offers Pearce Brothers can provide.

Players Wanted!

Both our current under 10's and 11's (next seasons under 11's and 12's) have spaces available NOW, please contact Nick Burgess on 07813 854441 for more information regarding the under10's and Bret Palmer on 07813 658128 for the under 11's.

Club Information;

Yate United Football Club is based in South Gloucestershire, north of the city of Bristol.  Yate is a town with around 30,000 population and the name comes from the Anglo Saxon word 'Gateway to the Forest'.

The Club is a very welcoming Club and prides itself on a strong committee support and the commitment provided by team managers, administrators and the parents / guardians of the players who enjoy the football.

Yate United Football Club is affiliated to the Gloucestershire Football Association (Registered number LYS 00459) and has achieved The FA's Charter Standard Award.

The Charter Standard Scheme sets standards for coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs outside the Premier and Football Leagues.

For the reassurance of all involved, to qualify as an FA Charter Standard Club, Yate United had to ensure that all of the following is in place: -
  • Have a club welfare officer 
  • Have a safeguarding children policy
  • Welcome questions about their activities
  • Check that volunteers and staff are suitable to work with children
  • Have a written code of conduct for club officials, players and spectators
  • Offer support and training to volunteers and staff 
  • Have a qualified coach's
  • Have a qualified first aider's
  • Have an equality policy
  • Have a club complaints procedure
Every person associated with the club, including parents, players, officials and coaches are required to read, understand and maintain the FA's code's of conduct.