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About HSM FC


Harrow St Marys Youth Football Club


Harrow St Marys Youth Football Club has been part of the community for 40 plus years and within that time we have had thousands of young people use our club house and training facilities, come along to one of our  weekly training sessions and play for one of the clubs teams. We  run a Saturday Soccer School for our younger members which has an average of 30 children attending on a weekly basis and quickly growing to wider participation.

We pride ourselves on our friendly, family atmosphere that helps us to provide a safe and fun footballing environment for all our players. We are a FA Charter Standard Club. Our key focus is developing technical ability as well as good character in a safe fun environment with an emphasis on participation. The club works in  line with the FA Respect Policy and the  values of fair play, sportsmanship and recognition for involvement, effort and performance.  We take great pride in our achievements that we as a club have gained over the years and much of this is owed to our many devoted volunteers, managers and coaches who dedicate their time freely.

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We’re backing Play Safe

Harrow St Marys are lending its full support to Play Safe – a national FA-led campaign to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding in football.

Play Safe is being run in partnership with the NSPCC and has the full backing of the Premier League, EFL, Barclays FA Women’s Super League and the FA Women’s Championship. It’s also supported and being run across every other level of the game.

The main element of Play Safe is a series of short films which emphasise the importance of clubs such as ours having safeguarding as an everyday reality. The films also explain to parents/carers and children themselves know what to do if they feel unsafe or worried, because nothing matters more than making sure football is safe for everyone, especially children and young people.         You can see these films below.





“As a youth team coach, I will be working with my club to ensure we support the Play Safe messaging,” says FA Chief Executive Mark Bullingham. “I am also pleased that the campaign has the support of the former footballers with lived experience of abuse in football, who are on our Survivor Support and Safeguarding Advisory Group. The Group has collectively said:

“Learning from the past is crucial, so that we can prevent the horrific experiences that happened to us and so many others in football, from happening again.

“As a group of survivors, we fully support the ethos and important messages that Play Safe conveys – whether to club officials, parents/carers and or vitally, children and young people themselves. Equally important is that Play Safe is not a one-off campaign – it will be used at key points in the football calendar to remind everyone in football, that children’s welfare and keeping them safe, should be at the heart of all that we do.”

As the Survivor Group points out, you’ll see Play Safe appearing at various points throughout the season to keep safeguarding front of mind in football. Together, we want to do everything we can so everyone – particularly children and young people – has a consistently positive experience of our great game.

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