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The Football Foundation
The Football Foundation

Investing in the Game

The Football Foundation, together with its partner organisation the Football Stadia Improvement Fund, have now delivered projects worth over 350 million.  And, according to its latest newsletter, there are over 120 million of projects currently being assessed.

The Foundation and the FSIF are supported by annual contributions from the Premier League, The Football Association and Government.  The Foundation aims to harness the vital role that football can play in our communities, not only constructing a new infrastructure fit for the game in the 21st century, but also by boosting football's potential as a pivotal role in society through social welfare and education.

Following on from the work of the Football Trust, the FSIF has continued to invest in football grounds throughout the country.  The Taylor Report established minimum standards for professional grounds. 

The FSIF remit is "to create modern and safe facilities for fans to enjoy the game.  Boosting funding for the lower leagues and the non-league game.  Establishing better playing surfaces and modern changing facilities."

The FSIF has established funding criteria for applicants for grants.  The appropriate level of funding for each individual project is decided on the merits of each case.



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