Grassroots football in England received a shot in the arm this month when the FA launched plans for a revolution in grassroots facilities and coaching, including the creation of hundreds of new 3G pitches and 150 new football ‘hubs’ in 30 cities by 2020.
As his England Commission published its second report, FA Chairman Greg Dyke spoke of a “radical new approach” that will see a 50 percent increase in 3G pitches nationwide and a 130 percent increase in urban areas at a cost of £230m over the next six years.
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Time is running out for grassroots football clubs in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to get their hands on a free kit as part of the McDonald’s Kit Scheme.
Accredited clubs with a youth team have until tomorrow (31 October) to apply for an adidas kit in the first year of the four-year programme, which could see up to 250,000 kits distributed across the four home nations.
A scheme giving grassroots football teams the chance to wear poppies on their shirts this Remembrance Day Weekend has raised over £18,000 for the Poppy Appeal.
Inspired by Premier League teams wearing poppies on their shirts in recent years, the ‘Poppies 4 Kits’ appeal was setup to give amateur teams the chance to pay their respects and show their support for the poppy appeal at the same time.