Grassroots football will take centre stage this week as Kick it Out launch their 2010 Weeks of Action.
During their One Game One Community Weeks of Action, football’s equality and inclusion campaign will host three grassroots events aimed at encouraging greater participation in grassroots football.
Club Website is on the lookout for football’s most special volunteers as we join the hunt for this year’s BBC Unsung Hero.
The award, which is part of the BBC’s 2010 Sports Personality of the Year event, looks around the UK for a very special person working in sport.
Ever dreamt of scoring the winner at a Wembley final? There’s only one competition that gives you the chance to be the official 5-a-side champions of England.
The FA Umbro Fives is back, with Regional Finals open to women’s teams across the country. The best teams from the four Regional Finals will head to Wembley Stadium for the National Final.
Young footballers across England have been given the chance the represent their local Football League club in a new initiative launched this week.
England women’s Captain Faye White and TV presenter Ben Shephard launched The npower Football League Kids Cup and Girls Cup giving local schools in England the unique opportunity to represent their club on a national scale.
Kick It Out is running a number of consultation evenings around the country to help groups and individuals find out more about their Mentoring and Leadership Project.
The events are aimed at local grassroots clubs and community organisations looking to develop the people they are working with or play a bigger role in the football industry.