The campaign will be supported across all of The FA's brands and channels including FA Education, whose staff will be sharing daily tips to keep you and your kids active, while The Boot Room will feature a range of insightful articles, guides and top tips from some of the most knowledgeable figures in the game.

If all that wasn’t enough, The FA will also be broadcasting classic Emirates FA Cup and Barclays FA Women’s Super League matches back-to-back across their social channels and The FA Player every Sunday afternoon.

We need you to get involved, too. We’re asking the whole football community – fans, players, parents, teams, leagues and County FAs – to get behind the campaign by creating their own content and using #FootballsStayingHome. The best posts will feature in an online hub at TheFA.com/FootballsStayingHome.

Courses & cpd

FA Learning YouTube channel has launched as part of Football’s Staying Home; offering coaches and learners a new way to keep learning while staying safe and staying home. Visit the channel by clicking here.

Register Your Interest For The FA Playmaker

The FA Playmaker is a new entry-level football course for volunteers in the grassroots game open to anyone aged 14 or over. It’s completely free, all online, and requires no previous football experience or qualifications to join. Click here for more.

First Aid and Safeguarding Children Courses

There are still a number of free online First Aid and Safeguarding Children Courses available to be completed during the break from football.

First Aid CPD

The fa safeguarding for committee members




Coach and Club Resources

Sport England - Club Matters

We are delighted to be able to offer the suite of Club Matters workshops for delivery online! The workshops will run for a maximum of 2 hours and we have relaxed the number of delegates required to run a workshop to 4. This number should include a minimum of 2 different clubs with a maximum of 12 delegates per workshop.

The workshop request form can be found here. We encourage you to read the terms and conditions prior to submitting your request. The online virtual workshops will be available until the end of June 2020 and we are continually reviewing the offer in light of COVID-19. 

In addition, we have three open workshops available to clubs and volunteers. Dates can be found below:

 Introduction to Legal Structures: Wednesday 6th May 2020 (6.30-8.30pm) 
 Leadership Teams: Tuesday 12th May 2020 (6.30-8.30pm) 

Please encourage clubs, organisations and volunteers to take advantage of these free workshops by booking on here. Further open workshops will be organised should demand exist.

Please contact us via clubmatters@sportstructures.com should you have any questions and we will be happy to help.

More from Club Matters

Keeping your Club & Organisation Running

From physical infrastructure, to making sure your committee is still functioning, there are lots of things that can be done during this time to ensure that your club can keep running or keep it in the best position possible. We have produced a series of resources and toolkits to guide you through what you may need to do.

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How can you or your club use The FA RESPECT programme to set up a positive season?

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