Football is played for fun by millions across England every week and is reliant on volunteers to deal with club administration. It may be a daunting thought to set up a new club, but there is lots of help available.
Setting up a club
Maintaining and developing club facilities is important to everyone, including players, parents and club staff.
Details on the Community Amateur Sports Club scheme.
Funding on various scales is available upon application, subject to meeting certain criteria, from organisations such as the Football Foundation and McDonald’s.
The FA Charter Standard programme is a kitemark, which recognises and rewards high quality levels of provision in club and league football.
A large area in which support is requested by clubs is the need for legal advice on a multitude of different matters.
The FA does not have any rules or requirements that specify that a club must be structured in one legal form or another. It is a matter for each club to determine the legal form.
There is a lot of work involved in running a club and the key to success is sharing the workload.
Find more ways to help raise money for you club.
The FA’s online club administration service allows you to track and monitor all areas of running a club.
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