The FA defines volunteering as any activity that involves spending time, unpaid, doing something that aims to benefit football.

This could be focused on creating a positive environment in which to play or supporting someone other than, or in addition to, close relatives to be involved in the game.

Central to this definition is the fact that volunteering must be a choice freely made by everyone. Everyone has the right to volunteer, and volunteering can have significant benefits for individuals.

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Volunteer Co-ordinator


Young Volunteer Support Form

If you're a young volunteer and want to take your first steps in football, our Volunteer Co-ordinator can help!

Whether this is to follow a dream career, or to give something back to your local community, fill in the form below and Jim will get back to you.

Young Volunteer Form

Volunteer Support Form

If you would like to volunteer within a club, or for support with your current volunteers - please complete the form below and our Volunteer Co-ordinator will get back to you.

You can also complete this form if you are a business/organisation and are looking at ways to support volunteers within your community.

Volunteer Support Form

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BCFA Youth Hub

Support and guidance for young people looking to volunteer in football
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Partner Message Sporting Connect
Volunteering is a great way to give back to the footballing community. It Is the platform that has given me the opportunity to develop my skills both professionally and personally. I wouldn't be the individual I am today without volunteering.
- Kirsty Dixon, Youth Council Lead