We all have different things we are good at and so has your child when they play football.
The reason your child is plays in a particular position on the field is because they have a talent in a specific area of the game: defending, attacking, running with the ball, passing etc.
Club Website has teamed up with MiniMonos, the virtual world for kids who love to play and love the planet, to offer some exclusive online goodies for footie fans when they’re away from the pitch.
Kids visiting minimonos.com can create monkey avatars, make friends, decorate their tree houses, and play lots of exciting games while learning about the environment and world around them.
The world’s oldest football club, Sheffield FC, is 155 years old today.
Formed on 24 October 1857, the club is officially recognised by the FIFA and the FA to be the world’s first registered club that is still alive and playing football in amateur competition.
The Scottish FA’s new Regional Performance Schools will see a return to prominence for Scotland’s national teams at all age levels.
That is the prediction of Scottish FA Performance Director Mark Wotte, who attended the first Regional Performance Schools Festival at Glasgow’s Toryglen Football Centre last week.
New playing fields developed from former wasteland, waterlogged pitches and disused playing fields brought back into use are among the latest projects to benefit from Sport England’s Protecting Playing Fields fund.
54 playing fields across the country will share £2.4 million of National Lottery funding to create 165 high-quality sports pitches that will be protected from developers for at least 25 years.