Grassroots clubs from across Scotland visited Hampden Park yesterday for the Scottish FA’s Club Together conference.
Scotland legend and UEFA Technical Director Andy Roxburgh and Scottish FA CEO Stewart Regan were among a host of guest speakers imparting their insight on how to nurture the grassroots game.
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Sir Geoff Hurst is one of a host of famous faces who adorn the walls of St George’s Park, the FA’s new National Football Centre.
Although the £100m centre in Burton on Trent has been designed to secure the future of English football, the past is not forgotten.
Scotland star Robert Snodgrass returned to his former school in Glasgow to launch a new initiative aimed at increasing participation of 12-18 year olds in football.
The Scotland and Norwich City midfielder returned to St Mungo’s Academy to help launch the Vauxhall School Futsal programme, run by the Scottish FA and National Team Sponsor, Vauxhall Motors.
The London FA is setting up a Young Leaders Council to create a voice for young people to help shape and develop football in London.
The County Football Association for the capital city want their council’s membership to be representative of London’s diverse community and will be looking to recruit members from all over London.