What would we do without them? The coaches, volunteers, kit washers, lift-givers, tea ladies. The people who tirelessly dedicate themselves to the grassroots game, helping thousands of young people shine.
If you’re involved in grassroots football in the UK, now is your chance to recognise the game’s unsung heroes by nominating them for a prestigious award from your own Football Association.
The grassroots football community would welcome unlimited substitutions throughout the amateur game, a Club Website poll can reveal.
Earlier this month, the game’s law-makers, IFAB, approved a two-year experiment by the four UK home nations to modify the number of substitutions allowed in the amateur game.
Move over Peter Schmeichel and Jimmy Glass. Anything you can do, Paul Kemp can do better.
Goalkeepers occasionally grab the headlines by scoring late goals, but this amateur stopper from Jersey has outdone them all by netting twice in one game.
One-sided thumpings are part and parcel of grassroots football, but spare a thought for Nova 2010 FC who lost 58-0 recently.
The Torbay Sunday League side were hammered by local rivals Wheel Power FC – a record defeat for any side in British football history.
Club Website has launched a brand new Facebook page and grassroots football tops the bill.
The new timeline design – live now at facebook.com/clubwebsite – puts amateur football teams at the centre of attention, with our favourite grassroots photos taking pride of place at the top of the homepage.