volunteering

Young Volunteers

DEVELOP INTO A YOUNG LEADER

Looking to get involved in local volunteering? Want to learn leadership skills?

Local football is thriving thanks to the army of volunteers who turn out each week to support the running of the game.

Part of this army are young volunteers that fulfill a massive variety of roles within local football from coaching & refereeing, to finance & marketing... and the list goes on...

Now more than ever, local grassroots football can provide young volunteers with a no-pressure platform to develop professional skills in practical situations.

Another opportunity to volunteer is through Birmingham County FA Youth Council...

 

Birmingham county fa youth council

Birmingham County FA Youth Council is about providing a voice for young people across the County, whilst providing experiences and personal development opportunities which will benefit members in their future career.

BCFAYC hold monthly meetings where discussions take place on how to develop young people, to discuss where opportunities can be created in football whilst supporting the sport as a whole. Being a member of Birmingham County FA Youth Council also provides opportunities to support the County FA. Examples of this include helping out at our prestigious County Cup Finals, taking part in Charter Standard Workshops alongside participating in Youth and Adult Partnerships with clubs and leagues.

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Get In Touch

Phone

0121 357 4278
(Monday - Friday)

Email

support@birminghamfa.com

LEAD FROM THE FRONT

Develop Leadership through volunteering

So what are the benefits that volunteering will bring for me?   

  • Build your CV
  • Increase your employability
  • Get hands on experience in the football industry
  • Develop a network of people from all walks of life
  • A vehicle to assist gaining a qualification

Joel Richards FOUNDATION LEGACY FUND

The Joel Richards Legacy Fund, set up in honor of Joel, is now available to anyone in the Birmingham County, between the ages of 12 and 25, who need financial support to help them get involved with football.

ANSWERS TO YOUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FAQs

You can volunteer no matter what your age, volunteering is open to everyone!

You can gain a wealth of skills by volunteering!

Skills and qualities you could expect to develop:

  • Confidence
  • Self esteem
  • Communication skills
  • Presenting
  • Leadership
  • Event organisation

You can check out our volunteering opportunities page for a list of clubs and leagues looking for volunteers.

You never know what opportunity will be waiting for you!

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