Take part in the FA's National Game Survey
10,000 people have already taken their opportunity to tell the FA what they think about the way the grassroots game is being developed across the country.
The FA’s annual stakeholder survey went live on 18 January and has already seen unprecedented levels of people responding.
The purpose of the survey is to help the FA and its affiliated County Football Association ensure that they are delivering the correct services and spending the £200m that they are investing in the grassroots game in the most appropriate manner.
This investment forms the central part of the FA’s four-year National Game Strategy that in the first year saw some key successes such as:
> 4,212 new mini soccer teams created
> 62% of young players in FA Charter Standard Clubs
> 1 million children trained through the FA Tesco Skills programme
> 1,658 more referees
> £196m invested in facilities through the Football Foundation
The stakeholders who play, coach, referee, administer and those who just have a view on the game have until 14 February to help shape the game.
To take the survey, click here.