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Across all levels, from grassroots right up to the England team, we find and work with the right commercial partners to help fund the game. We sell our broadcast rights, engage sponsors and manage the retail parts of our business and the tours of Wembley Stadium so we can maximise the FA’s revenue, both at home and internationally.Explore opportunities
Using our brands, we work with fans, players and those who make the game happen to make sure we have great content to share and to build our customer base with exceptional engagement. Part of the wider Marketing, Communications and Corporate Affairs (MCC) department, we cover everything from bringing our fans along our England team’s journey, to getting a girl to play football for the first time at a Weetabix Wildcats event, or enhancing the brand perception of our competitions. We're able to connect directly with tens of millions of football fans, participants and enablers which continues to inspire the nation and grow football in England.Explore opportunities
The Finance team works with every part of the FA, managing all things money. That means ensuring business plans and budgets are kept on track, getting the right suppliers on board – and enabling investment in the game where it needs it most. From strategy and insights, to day-to-day, this team’s about more than numbers. They’re helping decide the game.Explore opportunities
Working to protect the integrity of football, this team supports the FA as a business, while acting as a regulator both on and off the field. They get involved in everything from behaviour and regulations on the pitch, to checking contracts – and to ensuring young people can enjoy the game in a safe environment.Explore opportunities
The IR team oversees our relationships in international football, notably with FIFA, UEFA, the confederations and their member association to build and nurture relationships through partnership initiatives, knowledge-sharing and hosting international delegations. It seeks to maximise leadership opportunities, giving English football a voice in key decisions which affect the game, and to put the FA in the strongest possible position to win tournament bids. IR supports all areas of the organisation which operate internationally, optimising opportunities to positively enhance our brand and reputation around the world.Explore opportunities
Technology is key to the FA’s transformation. From supporting grassroots via our day-to-day digital presence, to using data-led insights to drive the game – to developing future-focused platforms for professional football – our Digital Technology team is central to our future.Explore opportunities
Part of our wider Marketing, Communications and Corporate Affairs (MCC) department, this team promotes our positive impact on football, from grassroots to the professional game. Working closely with national and international media, they create innovative campaigns and liaise with the media to ensure our message is understood and well received. Our Corporate Affairs team develops and communicates our public policy messaging across the entire FA portfolio.Explore opportunities
We zero in on all aspects of men’s and women’s elite performance – including para football, the elite format of disability football that runs parallel to the mainstream game – so we can help England teams to win tournaments. Our team manages everything from identifying talent to the development and coaching of multi-disciplinary teams throughout the age groups, up to our Senior England teams.Explore opportunities
This team handles the day-to-day running and administration of the professional game – from making it easy for players to register, to regulating the game through licencing leagues and developing referees. They also help deliver world class competitions like the FA Cup and Women’s FA Cup.Explore opportunities
From first-time coaches to the big names operating at pro-level, we provide the English game with a workforce that reflects and inspires everyone who plays the game. Our team designs and delivers the coaching pathway, and manages coaching badge qualifications, to raise the bar for our national game.Learn more
Grassroots football is any football where the main driver is the love of the game and all the social and health benefits from playing, coaching, refereeing and volunteering. Essentially, this covers all nonprofessional and non-elite football. It is responsible for development across male, female and disability football; harnessing the club network, workforce, volunteers and facility infrastructure across the country.Learn more
Looking after our world class venue, the team is in charge of making sure everything is safe and operationally ready. From day-to-day maintenance and perfecting pitches for matches to overseeing world-class music concerts, flagship NFL events and facilities upgrades, they’re custodians of Wembley Stadium, the home of football.Learn more about Wembley
Built in 2012, St. George's Park is the home of England’s national football teams and FA Education. Looking after our world class venue, the team is in charge of the 14 outdoor pitches, including a replica of the Wembley surface and hosts a suite of rehabilitation and sports science areas, St. George’s Park provides world-class facilities for the England teams ahead of international fixtures and is the home of England Football Learning where FA Education delivers all national coach education courses.Learn more about St. George's Park
1. Professional Development
In-house training courses are just one way we help you to upskill.
2. Sponsored Development
If you need formal education to thrive in your role, we may be able to provide additional support.
Use additional leave days to volunteer in the community or with a charity.
4. Study Leave
Studying takes time, that’s why, where and when appropriate, we offer up to five days paid study leave to help you be your best.