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PLAY YOUR PART

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

There are loads of benefits to volunteering, including:

  • Building your CV
  • Making new friends from all walks of life
  • Giving back to the local community
  • Gaining qualifications
  • Personal development

Reasons to Volunteer

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

There are loads of benefits to volunteering, including:

  • Building your CV
  • Making new friends from all walks of life
  • Giving back to the local community
  • Gaining qualifications
  • Personal development

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The FA and County FA volunteering roles

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Volunteer FAQ's
Most volunteering roles in grassroots football clubs can be undertaken with no experience, although some roles do require training and safeguarding checks.

You can advertise volunteering opportunities through your local volunteering centres. Clubs can also advertsie on National Volunteering databases such as:

The Gloucestershire FA can also support recruitment through the Volunteering Opportunities Page. To place an advert, simply email the role to Support@GloucestershireFA.com

If you’re new to volunteering, many other people within your club or league will be on hand to support you and help you out. Additionally, if you need further support, Gloucestershire FA are on hand to help.

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