FA Football Futures Programme
The FA Football Futures programme will enable the FA to enthuse, retain and develop young people regardless of their background, gender or level of ability.
The programme will play a vital role in developing the volunteer workforce within the game by creating an effective pathway for young leaders to continue their volunteering experience in FA Charter Standard clubs or other appropriate agencies.
A football club is about far more than just the players on the pitch. A successful club needs volunteers to help with coaching, managing accounts, dealing with child protection issues, ground maintenance, first aid, fundraising, web design etc. All these roles play a vital part in the development of a successful club.
The Surrey County FA is committed to recruiting new volunteers that can have a positive contribution to football in Surrey. We have therefore set up a volunteers ‘Football Futures’ Programme which is designed to mentor new volunteers and provide them with the skills and experience required to make a real difference.
By simply registering your details and logging your volunteer hours you will become part of the Surrey County FA ‘Football Futures’ Programme and as a result will be kept up to date on volunteer opportunities local to you, together with new and existing training courses and special offers.
In addition you will also be invited to attend the annual volunteer’s celebration evening and will also have the opportunity to be nominated for the annual County, Regional and National FA workforce awards.
As part of the Football Futures programme we also operate the Surrey County FA Youth Forum - click here for more details.
If you are interested in registering for the Surrey County FA Football Futures programme please contact
For more information on volunteering, visit the Your Game section of the FA's website.
The Surrey County FA need administrators to help run & develop football and are working with Active Surrey and Pro-Active South London to recruit new volunteers aged 16+ through Sport England’s Sport Makers programme.
- Good organisation and management skills
- Ability to manage diary and deal with key correspondence in a timely manner
- Computer literate including Word, Excel and use of email
- Good oral and written communication skills
- Club/ League secretary
- League Fixtures secretary
- Club / League Marketing & Communications Officer
- Club / League Development Officer
- Initial introductory Sport Makers workshop
- Further training and support will be provided by the Surrey County Football Association Development Team and the club / league that you are placed with.
- Adidas polo shirt and bag
- Sport Makers wristband and pin badge
- Expenses paid
- Opportunities to gain experience in administration / football development
County Members and Committees
For a list of current Committees and Members, as well as the form to enquire about joining, click here (the form is at the bottom of the page).