FA Grassroots Men

Get into Volunteering


Volunteering is a worthwhile experience, and clubs are looking for people just like you

Whether you're coaching a team or you're taking on the role of a club secretary, the people in grassroots football are what make it such a thriving community and enjoyable experience.

What's more, is clubs around the county could always use an extra pair of hands, whether your skills lie in the football itself or the day-to-day running of the club.

So why not look at what existing opportunities there are, and be one of the thousands of grassroots volunteers who are so valuable to making football happen week in, week out.

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Reasons to Volunteer

Volunteering really is the backbone of grassroots football; without the countless hours put in by people all over the county in differing roles, we wouldn't have a game.

Thinking of getting involved? The benefits include:

  • Making an active difference in the community
  • Improved social life from grassroots community
  • Development of key skills and CV boosting
  • Possible bursaries or courses paid for you

The FA and County FA volunteering roles

Get In Touch

By Phone: 01372 373543

By Email: info@SurreyFA.com


Check out our Volunteering Roles page for more of a look into the kind of roles you can volunteer for in grassroots football.

To find out what opportunities currently exist in Surrey, check our Volunteers noticeboard.

Meet peter

making a difference

In 2016, Surrey volunteer Peter Harding was awarded the Young Volunteer of the Year award.

Watch his story, and discover ways that you too can make a difference to your community.

Young volunteer of the year
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The FA's Respect programme provides a series of tools for leagues, clubs, coaches, players and parents from grassroots to elite football - to help ensure a safe, positive environment in which to play the game.

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