This is a version of our standard unincorporated association constitution, refined for a football club.
It includes extensive provisions for management, powers, quorum and voting procedure at any meeting of the members.
It includes option for the club may own or rent real property: a football ground and/or other premises such as a clubhouse and car park. It allows you to buy or to take property on lease or licence and sell, let or otherwise dispose of it.
There are practical rules related to selection of team, provisions of services, participation in any event of the club and guests.
You can use this whether the club is large or small or where the club has grounds, premises and supplies alcohol, or provides entertainment and late night refreshment.
It includes provision for you to take a “club premises certificate” under the Licensing Act 2003.
The document could be used by a football club of any type, from a local small-side team that plays for social enjoyment to a full, competitive team in a regional or national league.
This template provides a constitution for a cricket club.
The document can easily be edited to suit any cricket club. Your club may be small, rent grounds and use the local pub for after match socialising, or it may be large, with its own grounds, clubhouse, cafe and bar.
Membership arrangements provide options around whether you have one class of members or intend to have different classes of members: ordinary, junior, honorary, and life members.
We have provided a detailed management procedure: binding rules for committee members to take decisions collectively, control of the finances and much more.
The template provides for rules to cover practical matters: selection of team, appeal procedure for an aggrieved member, conditions to introduce a guest at any event.
This template provides a set of comprehensive terms and conditions that can easily be edited to form the constitution for any members club.
After the formation of the club, only existing members can propose new candidates for membership.
Members subscribe for a fee. The document provides the option to have different classes of members – with each class having distinct powers and privileges.
The template includes many options, such as those around membership management and the use of the club for business meetings.
It includes provision for property ownership and management, and use of the property by members and their visitors. It also includes provisions relating to the supply and sale of alcohol for clubs that hold (or intend to hold) a “club premises certificate” under the Licensing Act 2003.
This is a draft constitution for your parent-teacher association. It provides structure and organisation to reduce the chance of conflict between members, and with external stakeholders.
The document covers membership of the PTA, meetings, decision making and other legal points.
The constitution can be easily edited for whatever activities you wish to undertake, for example:
- to organise educational activities for your children
- to arrange supervision for extra-curricular activities
- to assist with transport to and from school
This is a template for a constitution for an after school group, club or association.
Members could be parents and existing and/or former pupils.
It provides a legal framework suitable for whatever objectives the organisation might have. For example, those might include:
- care and supervision of children after school
- raising funds for equipment or an outing
- providing refreshments and entertainment in a home environment
This template can be edited to provide a constitution of an amateur theatre group, dance group, orchestra or band, or performing arts society.
It sets out the limits of individual responsibility and helps control the personal liability of members when conducting business with sponsors and distributors, managing finances, and collaborating with external stakeholders.
Comprehensive rules cover such matters as:
- appointment and removal of officers and committee members
- delegation of powers
- reimbursement of reasonable expenses
- how the members could be suspended or expelled
- liaison with associated organisations
This template gives you a complete constitution for an equestrian club of any sort.
This constitution provides a framework for a riding club with all usual RC activities, management and decision-making.
Members subscribe for a fee. This can be renewable on annual basis or whatever be based on whatever other term you decide.
Comprehensive rules allow the club to arrange any event, lesson, training session or any equestrian activity.
Members can participate in any event in compliance with rules of specific national bodies like the BE, the BD, the BSJA and the BDS.
It allows you to insist on basic safety requirements, and other code of conduct for members.
It is suitable to use for any equestrian club, including driving.
The exact purpose and objectives of the club could be wide-ranging, for example:
- to encourage and promote recreational and competitive riding
- to organise instructional meetings, lectures and competitive events
- to organise hacking under appropriate supervision
- to be affiliated to the British Horse Society