Meeting your footballing heroes is a moment that every young fan dreams of.
So McDonald’s are giving away 100s of opportunities for young footballers to escort England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland’s players onto the pitch at international matches across the UK.
As the new football season rolls ever closer, we’ve had a number of people ask us about the best way to attract sponsors to their club.
Now here at Club Website, we know that getting sponsorship is the worst job in the club – been there, done that!
The London 2012 Olympics get underway this afternoon some two days before the Opening Ceremony and 160 miles up the road from Stratford’s Olympic Stadium.
More than 40,000 people are expected at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium to watch the women’s football match between Team GB and New Zealand – the first sporting encounter of the Games of the XXX Olympiad.
Cancer Research UK is currently testing a new challenge called ‘Man vs Everything’ and they want Club Website members to get involved and let them know what they think.
Quite rightly, they think that men have just as much right as women to have a bit of a laugh whilst helping raise money for the fight against cancer, so they’ve created a proposition that’s a little bit different.
Youth football teams wanting to play 9v9 football in England this season can now apply for funding for new goalposts from the Football Foundation.
A ringfenced funding pot of £1.5m – made available by the Foundation in association with the FA – will support clubs and leagues taking up the new 9-a-side format of the game – a key part of the FA’s new approach to youth football, announced in May as part of their Youth Development Review.