A grassroots group in Palmerston, Darwin is using basketball as a way to drive down juvenile crime. StreetBall is a youth diversion program funded by the territory government which has been trialling for a month in the suburb of Moulden on Saturday evenings. Children of all ages have been encouraged to come down to their…
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The Welsh Football Trust, entrusted by the Football Association of Wales with a major role in developing the future of Welsh football, has received a huge boost from UEFA in recognition of its work to develop grassroots football across Wales.
Three Club Website competition winning teams today fulfilled every footballer’s dream when they took the field to play at the new Wembley stadium.
Eythorne Rovers have shown other clubs around the country how to make the most of the Club Website’s fundraising potential. The boys’ football club from Kent have used their club website to raise over £500 which they used to treat all of their players to a luxury trip to Wembley.
Since hanging up his boots over 20 years ago, Sir Trevor Brooking’s career has been more interesting and varied than your average ex-footballer. After leaving West Ham in 1984, the ex-England star tried his hand – with some success – as a manager, pundit, businessman and sports administrator.
The Football Foundation has confirmed a new investment of £135 million into grassroots football in England over the next three years. The Foundation, the UK’s largest sports charity, will receive £15m per year from each of its investment partners – the Government, the Premier League and the Football Association.
Top London football clubs are urging footie fans to sign up to this year’s Keep Your Eye on the Ball 5km run, taking place at London’s Victoria Park on 1 June, to raise money for the Everyman Male Cancer Campaign.
The English FA have confirmed that the two goals scored by non-league Newcastle Blue Star in the opening 47 seconds of a game last week are the fastest they have on record.
The English FA today announced completion of the pilot of their ’Respect’ campaign aimed at improving behaviour in grassroots football.
The 10-week pilot scheme, created as part of the recent National Game Strategy, involved 4,500 players from 345 teams in 20 adult and youth leagues across England.
The Football Association have announced the largest ever investment into grassroots football in England with an unprecedented £200m to be invested in the game over the next five years.
Unveiling their plans for the future of the game last month, FA Chief executive Brian Barwick described the launch of the National Game Strategy 2008-12 as “a very important day in the everyday life of English football”.
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