#NFAStars is about recognising the inspirational work of volunteers across the county all-year-round.


Nominate the stars of your league, club, or team for an award in our new #NFAStars monthly volunteer recognition scheme.

#NFAStars is a volunteer engagement project to recognise the volunteers who keep grassroots football going in Nottinghamshire whilst showcasing their experiences and personal stories to raise awareness of the game and encourage new faces to get involved.

Each month we'll be taking to Twitter and asking for your nominations of those priceless volunteers that the grassroots game in our county depend on week-in, week-out.

The winner of each months category will have their story featured on our website and receive a £20 voucher followed later in the season with an invite to our end of season awards night.

How Does It Work?

We'll encourage nominations on Twitter in the first week of the month via a pinned post promoting the nomination period and award category.


At the end of week, we will collate all the nominations received and a panel will decide which four nominations will be put forward to a public poll/vote on Twitter. The vote will last for seven days and at the end of this period, the winner will be revealed in the vote results.

The winner will be contacted to confirm their prize and to feature their story on the Nottinghamshire FA website. We will also contact all nominees on Twitter to acknowledge their nomination and say thank you.


Nominations for the first #NFAStars Award is now open! There’s just seven days to head on over to Twitter and nominate the person at your club/league who dedicates their time and effort to this crucial role in a football club or league.

#NFAStars is about recognising the inspirational work of volunteers across the county all-year-round.

The roles we celebrate in #NFAStars are not always in the spotlight; and this initiative is not only about recognising individuals in those roles, but also focuses on showing you the behind-the-scenes side of the game you don’t often see.