Coach and Players

Get into Volunteering

They are the workforce of Grassroots Football

Reasons to

Volunteer in football:

  • A love of playing and/or watching sport
  • The chance to meet people and make new friends
  • The chance to learn new skills
  • They enjoy the buzz and excitement of sporting events
  • They want to support something their children are involved in
  • They want to give something back to their community.
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club matters

Club Matters is Sport England’s one stop shop for sports clubs. Club Matters provides free, convenient, practical resources to help you develop and run a sustainable club.


Contact Hunts FA on 01480 414422 or, we will be able to point you in the direction of the football clubs which are local to where you live. Check out our Noticeboard to see the current clubs advertising for volunteers.

Anybody can help out, clubs are always looking for different people to help out with different roles. You will make a valuable contribution and boost your own well-being too.

No, you don't have to be good at Football of have any technical knowledge of the national game, to be able volunteer. Some of roles of coaching and offciating do require some knowledge but this can be gained, however grassroots football also relies on many people with lots of the skills. Including groundskeeping, administrative volunteers and fundraisers to name a few roles at a football club.

Get In Touch

By Phone: 01480 414422
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email:

The FA 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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