Get into Volunteering

Get into Volunteering

Reasons to Volunteer

Grassroots football wouldn’t exist without volunteers - From secretaries and coaches, to line markers and tea makers, your local clubs and leagues need volunteers to keep running.

There are lots of benefits to volunteering, including:

· Creating new friendships in your local community.

· Gathering hands on football experience.

· Accessing new qualifications.

· Having a positive impact on people lives.

· Ensuring the next generation continue to play and enjoy local football.

The FA and County FA volunteering roles
The FA Respect

Respect

The FA's Respect programme provides a series of tools for leagues, clubs, coaches, players and parents from grassroots to elite football - to help ensure a safe, positive environment in which to play the game.

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You can use the FA’s Play Football search tool to find a local club in your area. You can access the club secretary’s contacts and send your enquiry to get involved. Alternatively have a look at our volunteer opportunities page to see if anything appeals to you. 

No, the club you contact will ask you what you would like to be involved with and provide you with any information you may need. Cheshire FA provide courses and workshops for volunteers and coaches throughout the year if you would like to gain knowledge further. 

Each of these can be found at the volunteer roles page by clicking here

Get In Touch

T: 01606 302012
9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday

E: Info@CheshireFA.com

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