Jason became Vice Chairman in 2006 and later became Chairman in 2010.
Jason joined Swinton FC in 2000 coaching the U10`s, who many now actually make up the open age team today.
Jason brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the club, being actively involved in driving our Vision for the future.
Ken was appointed Vice Chairman in 2011.
Ken has also been one of Swinton FC's Child Welfare Officers since 2009.
Kens first involvement with Swinton FC was some 13 years ago as a parent watching his son.
In 2000 Ken became the manager for an under U8's team, managing them through to U16's.
In 2009 Ken took up the position of Holding Team Development Coach. The holding team is now a very successful part of the club coaching children from 4 - 6 year old which then feeds two under seven teams into the club each year.
Mark became Treasurer of Swinton FC in May 2010.
Mark has had an involvement with Swinton FC since 2007 as a players parent, team admin manager and representative.
Within Mark's role of Treasurer he is responsible for all administration functions, the day to day running of Swinton FC's club house and is actively involved in the on-going refurbishment of the club house and pitches.
Due to the recent changes in information security (GDPR) Mark has taken the role of implementing SFC's GDPR policies.
Craig joined Swinton FC as a parent in March 2016 and quickly began managing Swinton sharks football team under 7s.
Craig has been involved in many initiatives within the club including tournaments and taking a interest in the prepping for games and offering support throughout the age groups.
Craig is the main contact for all Safeguarding enquiries and all child welfare issues.
Since joining Swinton FC in 2017, Lisa has been the captain of the Ladies team. During her time as captain, she has worked hard on and off the pitch supporting the team with many tasks from collection of subs, organising friendlies and running the team Twitter account. Lisa is dedicated to making Swinton Ladies a successful team with development and progression for all players.
Within her role in club, Lisa hopes to develop the representation of females within Swinton FC by building up girl’s teams of all ages. This will allow the women’s team to continue to grow and build and become role models to future generations of female footballers.
John started life with Swinton FC as a parent back in 2008 when his son joined the ‘Holding Group’ and in 2011 was invited to join the management team. John has managed his team from under 7's reaching presently under 15's. John organises the annual Swinton FC Summer tournaments, which have become one of the best run tournaments in the North West. John recently took his team to Holland (2017) and more recently to Belfast.
John has recently joined the Swinton FC Committee as ‘Project Development Officer’, one of Johns first tasks is to progress the redevelopment of the dilapidated 5 v 5 pitch (MUGGA) which is sited next to the grounds of Swinton FC.