Clyde Apollo FC was formed as an amateur football club on a voluntary, not-for-profit basis which will be run by a management committee.
The main aim of the club is to offer an inclusive environment for players and staff in which they can feel safe and thrive. Support is at the forefront of the club and working in partnerships with supporting organisations is essential to ensure that the most efficient mechanisms are in place.
The other main aim of the club is to ensure that community engagement is second on the list of our priorities as a football club. We want the community to be proud of our club and we will work to ensure that every decision made is in the benefit and interest of our community. As we progress, we want to ensure that we play our part in building stronger communities and each player and staff will have a commitment to giving something back to our community.
The club has ambitions to lead the way in which amateur football clubs are managed, and this will be done by following our core principles.
The club will be managed by the club's management committee
Support of our players and staff at all times
Ensure an inclusive environment for all abilities
Strive to be accessible to everyone and discriminating against none
The club will encourage young, local participation – playing and supporting
Strive to be involved in our communities to their benefit
Strict code of conduct to be followed by all associated with the club