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The Football Foundation Grass Pitch Maintenance Fund

Martin Hallam, Chairman of Aslockton & Orston FC shares his story of how the Football Foundation’s Grass Pitch Maintenance Fund has supported their club’s home ground grass pitch to go from poor to good.

For further information contact Michelle Marshall via michelle.marshall@nottinghamshirefa.com. You can also click here to find out more.

Football Stadia Investment Fund

The Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) provides financial support to football clubs towards their ground improvement projects.

Funded by the Premier League with an annual budget of £6m, the FSIF awards capital grants to clubs from the Football League down to the lower levels of the FA National League System to improve safety at their stadia and to enable them to satisfy The FA’s ground grading requirements.

The FSIF helps to pay for crucial work that can be very costly to clubs but which is absolutely essential to allow our national game to function, whilst maintaining its unique depth and richness. Most importantly, FSIF investment also helps ensure that players and supporters can enjoy our national game in safety and comfort.

FSIF grants provide financial assistance towards a wide range of stadia projects, including the construction of new stands, installation of floodlights, turnstiles, or even relocating to an entirely new ground.

The FSIF provides money for clubs in the Football League and The FA National League System down to step 7 who want to improve their facilities for players, officials and spectators

For Further information please visit www.fsif.co.uk.

Get In Touch

By Phone: 07534 268996

By Email: Michelle.Marshall@NottinghamshireFA.com

Sport england

Small Grants Fund

Sport England provide support by using National Lottery funding to make awards of between £300 and £10,000 to not-for-profit organisations to help more people play sport.

Community Asset Fund

Is a new capital fund dedicated to enhancing the spaces in your local community. Whether it’s the park, the hall or a pitch you play on, welcoming and accessible spaces have a big impact on a person’s sport and activity experience – and likelihood of coming back.

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