The Welsh Football Trust is the organisation charged with developing grassroots football in Wales. Here they tell Club Website about how they plan to develop the next generation of Welsh internationals.
There has been a lot of coverage in the media recently around youth development.
The English FA have undertaken a Young Player Development Review and as a consequence made 25 recommendations to improve player development structures.
The FA’s proposed changes for youth football in England have won support from the majority of the grassroots football community, a Club Website poll can reveal.
If the proposals are accepted, the 2013/14 season will feature more small-sided football, including new 5v5 and 9v9 formats, no 11-a-side football until under 13 level and no league tables for under 11s.
The Welsh Football Trust are on the hunt for the unsung heroes of grassroots football in Wales.
If you know someone who goes above and beyond the call of duty to ensure the very best standards of football are achieved at their local club, then the Trust want to hear about them.
In 150 days time, the Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup will kick-off at the Champs de Mars, Paris.
64 teams from 53 nations will unite from 21-28 August to compete in the tournament that uses football to beat homelessness.
The English FA are making plans for grassroots football and they want the 7m-strong English grassroots football community to get involved.
The results of the Big Grassroots Football Survey will provide the basis for fresh investment by the game’s governing body for the next four year period.