The FA and Budweiser have announced that the US firm will invest £1m directly into grassroots football in the UK over the next two seasons as part of their FA Cup sponsorship.
The new initiative, called ‘Budweiser Club Futures’, will help to fuel this grassroots support, giving 16 grants of £50,000 to non-League clubs across Steps 5-7 of the English football pyramid over the next two years.
Last season, Football Clichés detailed ten of the most mindless Sunday league phrases heard week-in-week-out in public parks up and down the country.
Inspired by #sundayleagueshouts prolifically trending on Twitter, here’s ten more Sunday league trademarks for the 2012/13 season…
If your football club needs some new training kit but doesn’t have a lot of money to spend, Kick It Out may be able to help.
Football’s equality and inclusion campaign has a selection of unused stock from previous Weeks of Action campaigns, including training vests, T-shirts, captain’s armbands and hats.
The popularity of women’s football continues on an upward curve following the London 2012 Olympics, research has revealed
A study by The FA Women’s Super League (WSL), which explored public perceptions of women’s football both before and after the Games, found a huge increase in both awareness and excitement in the sport.
Sports fans across the UK can become part of the Olympic legacy this weekend by heading down to where it starts for every great champion – their local sports club.
Sports clubs and community groups across the country are putting on special events or activities as part of Join In Local Sport – a new initiative aimed at capturing the enthusiasm for sport generated by the London 2012 Olympics.