The recruitment process is underway for year two of the Scottish FA Regional Performance School programme.
Boys and girls who will enter their first year of secondary school (S1) in August 2013 are invited to apply for the first round of trials now.
The Football Association has announced the fourth year of its Respect & Fair Play Awards.
The Respect Awards celebrate individuals, clubs, leagues and organisations at all levels of the game that have committed themselves to seeing the game played in a fair, safe and enjoyable way.
Sport England has shown its commitment to putting children’s welfare at the heart of sport by increasing its investment in the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU).
The government agency will provide £1 million to the CPSU over the next two years, alongside the funding awarded to 46 different sports to help more people take part.
The Scottish FA has laid out their blueprint for disability football over the next five years.
The strategy – entitled ‘Scotland United: Scottish Football’s Disability Future 2012-2017’ – will build on the success of the association’s first ever disability plan ‘Hitting the Target 2006-2010 – the future of disability football’.
The Football Association has announced the latest funding round dates for the FA Small Sided Football Development Fund.
Following the success of the FA SSF Development Fund in supporting over 100 small-sided football and Futsal projects over the last two years, there is now a further opportunity for applicants to access financial support for projects that will support the growth of new participants and team development.