Would you like to write for Club Website?

Club Website is on the lookout for talented writers with a passion for grassroots football.

If you want to get your name known within the game, then look no further than the UK’s largest grasssroots football social network.

With over 39,000 teams, 500 leagues and 1.6 million unique visitors on a monthly basis, Club Website is right at the heart of the UK’s football community.

Through our central news pages and our monthly newsletter, The Clubhouse, our grassroots football news coverage forms an integral part of our service and, this year, we are going to be making it even bigger and better!

We’re looking for people to join the team so, whether you’re a player, coach, referee or parent, if you’re passionate about grassroots football then we’d love to hear from you.

You don’t need to be Henry Winter or Martin Samuel (although we wouldn’t turn you away gents); you just need to know your subject matter, show a passion for the game and be able to string a half-decent article together (we can help out if you need it).

We cover grassroots football stories from across the UK, so anything relevant to the amateur game is on the table – from girls’ mini-soccer to men’s vets football, youth teams to Sunday leagues or wider football issues that impact on the whole game.

If you’re a qualified coach, referee, physiotherapist, psychologist or have any expertise within the game and you’d like to write about your specialist subject, that’s great.

We know how much knowledge is out there waiting to be shared so, if you want to voice your opinions or share your experiences, then we can help you do that.

All contributions will be written in your name and published alongside a profile of who you are and what you do. Plus we can even throw in a cheeky link to your website or blog if you have one.

So get in touch if you’d like to get yourself heard in the grassroots game.

If you’d like to write for Club Website, please email [email protected] with a short summary of who you are and what you’d like to write about.

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Dan Pope
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Freelance writer, editor and copywriter, specialising in football and with a passion for grassroots sport. Former editor at Club Website.

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3 Comments

  1. justin ford on March 2, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    Hi
    I am the match reporter for my sons under 11 football team…they are in the southampton tyro league…not in many years have i enjoyed doing something for no gain of my own….heres the link to their website….my match reports are on there

    http://winsorreds.com/

  2. Nigel Board on May 31, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    I run a veterans team in the London Veterans League, where the mind’s still got it but the old legs got relegated a few years back, just come back from a tour in Nottingham, brilliant fun, apart from the football bit which suffered because of the combination of hot weather, lager, and lack of sleep, the best moment was when me and an opposing player both chased a long through ball, as pass and move was out of the question, before giving up and letting the ball run out and both agreeing that being in the bar till 2am was not great preparation for the first sprint of the day.

  3. Dr Lewis Elford on May 31, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    The FA’s plan for grassroots football is getting rave reviews. I wonder if they could tell us how we are going to get uniformity when some teams play on school pitches, park pitches and their own club pitches.
    The FA should be carrying out a bigger survey before thay make such rash statements like this before working out how they can help clubs and teams to achieve this uniformity.
    Trevor Brooking et al should get out into the field to get a good survey of grassroots football before coming out with these great ideas. I am not saying they are not good ideas, I am concerned that across the whole of Grassroots, we will not be able to impliment it.

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