Grassroots clubs to get £2.1m FA funding | Leisure Opportunities
Leaderboard
Leisure Opportunities

Leisure Opportunities

Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
YMCA Fylde Coast
£8.65 per hour or £16,867 pa
Fylde/Wyre District, United Kingdom
ESPA International (UK) Ltd
Competitive
South East, United Kingdom
star job
Royal Horticultural Society
circa £70,000
Wisley, United Kingdom
star job
Hull Culture and Leisure
30,785 - £33,437
Hull, United Kingdom
Everyone Active
Self-Employed
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

Grassroots clubs to get £2.1m FA funding

Job opportunities
Nottingham City Council
£17,772 rising to £18,746
location: Nottingham, United Kingdom
South Norfolk Council
£21,963 - £24,964 per annum
location: Wymondham, United Kingdom
more jobs

Grassroots football clubs are set to receive £2.1m of funding from The FA to boast the development of clubs.

Grants of up to £5,000 will be available to grassroots football clubs through the Foundation’s Grow the Game scheme.

The initiative aims to increase participation by helping clubs to provide opportunities for new players, or training volunteers to support new players and teams.

The FA has extended the window for club applications to Friday 18 January. Clubs interested in applying for the funding are advised to visit the Grow the Game section of the Foundation’s website or speak to their local County FA.

The FA’s senior national game development manager, Peter Ackerley said: “The FA is committed to football for all and our £2.1m grant to the Grow the Game programme will make a real difference to grassroots clubs and their volunteers across the country.

“The FA has invested over £100m into the Football Foundation over the last decade and it’s an exciting time to be involved in the grassroots game and the positive changes to small-sided youth football all contributing to a bright future.”

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
Grassroots football clubs are set to receive £2.1m of funding from The FA to boast the development of clubs.
SAR
15535_799598.jpg