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Young Volunteers

The Hunts FA Football Futures programme is intended to support young people interested in volunteering in football by rewarding them for their volunteering and providing opportunities for them to receive training, gain experience and meet other young volunteers in the game.

Football Futures is currently open to any young person in Huntingdonshire between the ages of 14 and 24. Young people are encouraged to volunteer in one or more of the following themes:

Coaching and working with teams

  • Refereeing
  • Running and supporting events
  • Promoting the game (media)
  • Respect ambassador
  • Running and developing the game

Volunteering is a great addition to any young person’s CV and brings its own rewards, but being part of the Hunts FA Football Futures programme also gives some extra benefits which you can find in side our Football Futures guide.

For further details about FA Football Futures please contact Andy Coles, Football Development Officer via email: Andy.Coles@HuntsFA.com or by phone on 01480 447486.

The Huntingdonshire FA Football Futures programme is an excellent opportunity for young people to gain further knowledge and insight into various roles within football and can offer the start of a great adventure through volunteering in sport.

FAQs

The programme is available to any young person aged 14+ who has an interest in getting involved in football leadership. This can be in a range of environments be it at a school, college or university, attached to a charter standard club or league or other like-minded partner. Leaders can choose from a range of activities, from assisting with the coaching or running of a team, acting as the press officer for a junior league, developing a film to promote a new activity for young people to play, refereeing or being a Respect Ambassador to name but a few.

 

Through Football Futures, a young person will gain valuable experience and develop skills that can be applied to all walks of life. Leaders in the programme will be offered support to gain football related qualifications such as the Level 1 in coaching football or refereeing qualifications. Young Leaders can track their volunteer hours and get rewarded through The County FA, ISFA, British College Sport and British Universities and Colleges Football Development programmes at the following milestones;

10 Hours

25 Hours

50 Hours

75 Hours

100 Hours

125 Hours

150 Hours

175 Hours

200 Hours

Get In Touch

By Phone: 01480 447486

(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email: Andy.Coles@HuntsFA.com

 

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