Clubs & Associations


Read what Net Lawman says about its templates:

"An unincorporated association means any two or more people, who have come together to form a club to pursue some common purpose. Mutual rights and responsibilities arise from the rules which members agree to. 

Clubs and associations of all sizes need a written constitution - a framework of rules - so that all members know what they can and can’t do, and how the organisation works. Constitutions may be simple or complicated, but if you have never drawn one before, it can be a daunting task to do so. Our templates provide a guiding hand that will help you to get it right."

Template: Club Rules and Constitution

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"This is a comprehensive template for forming an unincorporated association such as a club or society. Using it, you can set out your organisation constitution or rules, including those around membership, management and decision making.

Form your own society, association or club using this template. With the included explanatory notes to guide you, you will be able to set out the rules of your association, amongst them:

  • the purpose and the goals
  • how decisions are made and by whom
  • who will control finances
  • how members will be admitted and ejected

This template is suitable for a wide range of clubs, including sports clubs, collectors’ clubs, enthusiast clubs (like a bird-watching society), amateur dramatic or music societies, or intellectual pursuits. It is also suitable for not-for-profit organisations, social enterprises and organisations that may wish to register as charities at a later date."

Template: Football Club Constitution and Rules

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"Comprehensive terms and conditions, or rules and constitution for any football club. Includes provision for property ownership and an alcohol license."

Template: Cricket Club Constitution and Rules

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"The template covers all the standard points you would expect in such a document as well as matters specific to cricket clubs such as ground ownership and supply of alcohol licensing. It has been written in such a way to be easy to edit. You can change or remove any provision that isn't applicable to the way your club works."

Template: Members' Club Constitution and Rules

Read what Net Lawman says about this template:

"Comprehensive terms and conditions, or rules for any club. Includes provision for property ownership and an alcohol licence. An unincorporated association means any two or more people, who have come together to form a club to pursue some common purpose. Mutual rights and responsibilities arise from the rules which they agree to – that is, this agreement. This agreement sets out the terms on which the club will be constituted, who controls its administration and its funds and specifies its purpose and goals."

Template: Parent-Teacher Association Constitution and Rules

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"This is a comprehensive template that can be used for creating the constitution of a parent teacher association, also known as a PTA. It is written in plain English, providing a modern, yet legally strong document. It covers all aspects of a modern PTA, and has been made in a way that is easy for you to edit and customise."

Template: Amateur Theatre Group Constitution and Rules

Read what Net Lawman says about this template:

"A comprehensive template for the constitution of an amateur theatre group, drama club or performing arts society. The document is written in plain English, and is easy to edit to suit your organisation. You do not need a background in law to be able to use this document template. It is drawn in a way that makes it easy to edit and customise according to your needs. Explanatory notes are also included to guide you through editing each part of the document."

Template: After School Club Constitution and Rules

Read what Net Lawman says about this template:

"Comprehensive terms and conditions, or rules for an after school group, club or association. The objectives of the group are variable. We have included provision for the organisation of: arrangements for the children after school including supervision, raising funds by way of fetes or raffles to help with the group objectives, providing refreshments and entertainment in a home environment, after school and so on."

Template: Riding Club Constitution and Rules

Read what Net Lawman says about this template:

"Comprehensive terms and conditions, or rules for an equestrian club of any sort, for example, a riding club. The exact purpose and objectives could are wide-ranging some could be, for example, to encourage and promote riding and equestrian activities, to organise instructional meetings, lectures and competitive events, to organise hacking under appropriate supervision, to be affiliated to the British Horse Society and so on."


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