Football is widely considered to be the most popular sport in the world. The beautiful game is England's national sport.
It's fast, skilful, fun and open to everyone. Most of us have kicked a football around at some point. One of the real beauties of the game is that it can be a sport for life. Friends and children in the park, jumpers for goalposts. Its free, fund and one of the best ways to keep fit and healthy.
The FA, the governing body of football in England, is responsible for developing and regulating the game at all levels from international football to the grassroots.
There are six international disability squads, one for each specific impairment. These squads represent England in friendly internationals as well as in European and World Championships.
Get involved in Football
Oxfordshire FA's purpose is to increase the participation, quality and enjoyment of grassroots football within the County.
Football development plays a key role throughout the county, creating a safe and positive environment, improving the quality and access of training and playing facilities as well as recruiting and developing better players, coaches, referees and volunteers.
Oxfordshire FA offers a wide range of opportunities to get into football and support services beyond this. To get involved in the beautiful game visit the below website:
Get into Playing
Whatever your age, gender, ability, race, culture or background there are always opportunities for you to get out on a pitch and kick the ball around!
From mini-soccer, youth football to the traditional 11 v 11 adult football, through small-sided, Futsal and Veterans football there is something for virtually everyone to participate in. The Oxfordshire FA has various opportunities for existing or new players across the county.
If you've ever wanted to start a career in football, Oxfordshire FA can help you get qualified through our comprehensive FA course education programme; developing your game through education and training.
Whatever football role you're interested in, whether it's becoming a Coach, Referee or Welfare Officer, or even simply keeping your current qualifications up-to-date, we'll have the course for you!
Please visit our Course Education page for more information on how you can become FA qualified.
FA Courses in Oxfordshire https://eventspace.thefa.com/oxfordshirefa/participant/s.aspx?eventlen=55
For more information contact:
Courses and Referees
Tel: 01993 894404
Mobile: 07852 722540
Tel: 01993 894405
Mobile: 07956 415583
Tel: 01993 894406
Mobile: 07432 721759
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