School and district football teams in England and Wales can now apply for a new Nike kit as the Premier League Players’ Kit Scheme re-opens for 2015.
Now in its fourth year, the scheme sees players from each of the 20 Premier League clubs donate full team kits to schools across the country. Any state school, college and district teams can apply online, provided they have not done so already in the last two years.
Casey Stoney has been celebrating the positive change in women’s football during her 117-cap England career.
The Arsenal Ladies star made her England debut 15 years ago and, speaking on International Women’s Day, she talked about the transformation in the game since then.
The Scottish FA has announced Brian McClair as their new Performance Director.
The 51-year-old joins the SFA after an illustrious 25-year career at Manchester United, where he served as a player, youth coach and, most recently, director of their respected youth academy.
Since 2002 Genesis Sports have been the exclusive licensee supplying PUMA kit to pro teams in the UK and Ireland.
In 2015 they became PUMA’s main UK partner for supplying kit and trainingwear to amateur and non-league football teams.
This April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and players and managers are backing the fourth annual Know the Score campaign.
Know the Score, supported by the Professional Footballers’ Association and League Managers Association, aims to raise awareness of bowel cancer signs and symptoms.