How does video analysis empower players?

By Teamer | November 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

In his paper ‘Coach Logic and athlete learning’, Dr Don Vinson of the University of Worcester and a team of academics explored the ways in which video analysis had an impact upon athletes’...

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£1.5m funding boost for grassroots football

By Kris Barnes | February 1, 2017

Underrepresented groups in grassroots football will soon have more teams to play in. The FA are investing £1.5m into the Grow the Game scheme – a programme that increases participation at the...

More women than ever getting active

By Dan Pope | December 15, 2016

Record number of women playing sport reflecting positive female initiatives in recent years

Football helping offenders to 'stay onside'

By Dan Pope | November 24, 2016

Irish FA using football to help Northern Ireland government to tackle crime and reduce re-offending

Northern Irish grassroots heroes honoured

By Dan Pope | November 18, 2016

Unsung heroes of grassroots football rewarded for their dedication at Irish FA Community Awards

Record turnout for latest FA Girls' Football Week

By Dan Pope | October 18, 2016

Latest installment of FA initiative demonstrates "huge appetite" for women and girls to play football

A record 130,000 girls and women turned out in 2016 to take part in Girls' Football Week -...

FA extends education partnership to boost grassroots

By Dan Pope | August 4, 2016

Partnership with colleges and universities will create more grassroots teams and boost participation

Record numbers offer double boost for female game

By Dan Pope | May 19, 2016

Grassroots and elite game get boost as record numbers turn out for women's and girls' football

Welsh grassroots scheme aims to capture Euro 2016 excitment

By Dan Pope | April 21, 2016

New FAW initiative aims to harness the buzz around Euro 2016 to boost the grassroots game

Girls sign up in force for FA week of football

By Dan Pope | April 6, 2016

Numbers on the up for the second FA Girls' Football Week, which takes place from 25 April - 1 May

Support strengthens for summer football

By Dan Pope | February 25, 2016

Worst winter disruption in recent years drives support for a change in grassroots football calendar