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Boys and girls as old as 15 will be able to play football in the same team in England next season following a change in the rules by the Football Association.
FA shareholders unanimously voted to raise the age limit for mixed football from under-14s to under-15s in a bid to increase the number the number of girls playing football.
A historic agreement on the future development of the non-professional game in Scotland has been made by all bodies involved in grassroots football.
For the first time, all Affiliated National Associations (ANA) and member leagues that lead the non-professional game have agreed to One National Plan – a strategy to ensure that the country’s most popular participatory sport continues to develop.
As Sir Alex Ferguson calls time on his record-breaking career, the man who brought the glory days back to Manchester United has been thanked for his support of the grassroots game.
The Football Foundation – the UK’s largest sports charity – has paid tribute to the most successful manager in British football history, outlining the support that he has provided to the Foundation throughout its 13-year history.
Budweiser has launched a new competition for non-league football coaches to learn from some of the biggest names in football.
Backed by the League Manager’s Association (LMA), Budweiser Coach the Coaches will give five amateur clubs the opportunity have a training session with a professional football manager.