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Morecambe FC’s ambition is to create a competitive EFL Club which is at the heart of its community; offers value for money; provides a professional service at all levels of the business and engages customers, the community and the local authorities to bring success to the town as a whole.
Morecambe FC is immensely proud to be seen as part of the local community and recognises that it can play a part in improving the lives of people associated with the Club and of the wider community through continuing support of local schools as well as local & national voluntary/charitable organisations.
The Club also recognises that it has a responsibility to help protect the environment in which we all live and work.
The Club is therefore committed to exploring ways that it can reduce any environmental impact that its operations may have.
Morecambe FC is actively committed to upholding the EFL and its own standards, values and expectations in relation to Equality.
As a professional Football Club, Morecambe FC is committed to embracing the Equality Act 2010 and the confrontation and elimination of discrimination whether by reasons of age, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status or civil partnership, nationality, ethnicity (race), religion or belief, ability or disability, pregnancy/maternity and to encourage equal opportunities.
The Club has a zero tolerance approach to all forms of discrimination or harassment, whether physical or verbal, and will work to ensure that such behaviour is met with the appropriate disciplinary action.
The Club supports the Football Association and the EFL in their commitment to develop a programme of ongoing training and awareness raising events and activities in order to promote the eradication of discrimination.
Morecambe FC’s Academy will:-
• Develop a recruitment programme that will attract the best young players by demonstrating a commitment to quality and a caring environment.
• Actively promote inclusion from parents/guardians/carers. By regular informing them of developments and creating an environment that they feel confident enough to be part of the player’s journey at Morecambe.
• Invest in staff that are involved in the Youth Programme, including coaches, medical, sports science and scouts, by support and identifying training needs and professional development.
• Promote a philosophy that strives for excellence in everything we do both on and off the pitch, thus becoming a standard for best practice. [in the football community].
 Encourage and achieve a style of play that embodies the game of football in terms of technical, tactical, mental, physical excellence with passion and commitment, to win with style.
• Ensure players are educated and supported in all aspects of the game, including fitness and conditioning medical, diet and nutrition, thus producing athletes that will cope and thrive with the demands of today’s modern game.
• Regularly evaluate our practice in all areas, being honest enough to recognise areas of improvement and being skilful enough to implement an appropriate strategy.
• Regularly inform players of their development progress both technically and physically as well as pro-social development. Creating an environment of trust to ensure that the player is confident enough to take full part in their future development.
• Always focus on the ultimate objective to ensure that the players in our care reach their ‘’full potential’’.

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