Rachel Brown is helping Rossendale United FC host a Goalpost Safety Awareness Day.
Rossendale United FC are hosting a Goalpost Safety Awareness Day this Saturday which will also help to promote England's Women's World Cup qualifier against France on 26 March.
England Women's Number 1 Rachel Brown will be joined by Burnley and Wales goalkeeper Danny Coyne at Dark Lane.
The day will start at midday with children taking part in a number of 5-a-side games whilst receiving goalkeeping coaching from both Rachel Brown and Danny Coyne.
The sponsors lounge will then be opened for both Danny and Rachel to sign autographs for the children before Rossendale United take on Mossley in the Unibond League Division one game.
At half-time Rachel and Danny will then present the children with medals for taking part in the event.
In June 2005 The Football Foundation announced its intention to invest £3.75m into providing goals, not on a new for old basis, but to replace goals which fail to meet the British Standards safety requirements and are thus deemed unsafe.
Following several deaths and tens of serious injuries over the past decade as a result of unsafe goals, The FA begun a lengthy and dedicated awareness campaign to all pitch providers, clubs, schools, Local Authorities, Town and Parish Councils and match officials at contributory league level.
Application forms for the replacement of unsafe goals can be obtained from either The Football Foundation website, their helpline on 0800 0277766 or through your local County FA.
The FA have also produced two documents entitled Goals for Football and Guidance and Technical Notes for Safe Goalposts which are available free of charge by clicking here.