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The Football Association (FA) has joined forces with telecoms infrastructure group Shared Access for a £30m project delivering new or improved floodlights to grassroots clubs.

New and improved floodlights will allow Shared Access to extend broadband opportunities and mobile phone coverage through wireless technology housed in the structures.

It is hoped the joint scheme will benefit a number of English clubs, while also opening up a range of new communications channels in urban and rural communities.

FA general secretary Alex Horne said: "This partnership represents a unique opportunity for local grassroots football clubs to access new investment into floodlighting."

Shared Access chief executive officer Chris Jackman added: "This initiative will bring immense benefits to telecoms providers in England and, at the same time, to local clubs."

Details: www.thefa.com

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The Football Association (FA) has joined forces with telecoms infrastructure group Shared Access for a £30m project delivering new or improved floodlights to grassroots clubs.
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