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Young Volunteer Club Hubs
Charter Standard Clubs have the opportunity to become a ‘Young Volunteer Club Hub’, providing opportunities for young people aged 16-24 to volunteer within grassroots clubs. If your club could help develop and support a young person through voluntary roles within your club.
Funding for new Disability/Mental Health Football Sessions
Funding is available to support clubs wanting to develop new disability or mental health Turn Up & Play sessions.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are taking expressions of interest from clubs that are interested in being part of the Wildcats programme in 2021. If your club is interested in providing opportunities for girls aged 5-11 to have fun, make friends and play football as part of the programme fill in the Expression of Interest form.
Online Groundskeeping Community
Have your grounds team signed up to the Football Foundation’s Online Groundskeeping Community yet? Connect anytime, anywhere with groundskeepers across different levels of the game, as well as accessing the latest best practice and advice from the FA, the GMA and the Football Foundation.
Middlesex Walking Football Leagues
Walking Football Leagues are returning for the 2020-21 season across Middlesex. Running from November until June there are opportunities to enter teams in both Over 50's and Over 60's categories. For more information, email email@example.com
October Charter Standard Club of the Month
Congratulations to Pinnstars for being awarded the Middlesex FA Charter Standard Club of the Month Award for October. Read more about the club.
Want to nominate your club?
Charter Standard. Built to Last.
The FA Charter Standard programme exists to positively improve people’s football experience through league and club accreditation. The FA embarks on a journey to grow, develop and support a collaborative and sustainable club and league network which unites communities by providing opportunities FOR ALL.
NSPCC Parents In Sport Week (PISW)
In support of the NSPCC Parents in Sport Week Middlesex County FA is asking every parent/carer with a child involved in the game to ensure they are clear about footballs safeguards.