Club Website and the Welsh Premier League have teamed up for the 2014/15 season to boost the online presence of Wales’ top clubs and strengthen the league’s brand.
The deal has seen a number of Wales’ top flight clubs already take advantage of Club Website’s bespoke club service for the start of the new 2014/15 season, with others to follow throughout the year.
Nottingham has been named as England’s first City of Football after outlining innovative plans for improving grassroots participation.
The city beat off competition from Manchester and Portsmouth to win £1.6m of Sport England funding for a two-year trial aimed at getting more people playing football regularly.
Grassroots football north of the border received a double boost this month as the Scottish Football Association renewed of two of its flagship programmes.
The SFA announced another four year Tesco Bank Football Challenge partnership, which aims to further increase participation in Scotland, before confirming another four year partnership with McDonald’s, which will aim to raise standards across the grassroots game.
Open top bus parades are synonymous with successful football teams everywhere, from Manchester City to Arsenal to Real Madrid, and now even Layton Juniors FC.
The Blackpool club – whose website is powered by Club Website – celebrated in style after picking up an FA Respect Award at Wembley last month.
Grassroots football clubs in need of extra funding have just a few days left to apply for a grant from the Mars Milk Play Fund.
Mars are donating cash awards to sports individuals and clubs in need of extra funding so, whether you need help with new kit, travel costs, coaches, training or competition entry fees, visit marsmilk.com and tell them why you need some funding help.