The NCFA recently spoke with Coach Dave Williams of Premier Skills Academy in Hatfield about a timely initiative to support children in developing a love for the game. A seasoned coach of over 20 years Dave has found himself on
The game of football is globally admired, locally revered and, no matter where anyone is in the world, sure to prompt a debate. But as the game has mushroomed, the spirit of tactics, technique, and confidence - the pillars that
UNOSDP Youth Leadership Camps Call for Applications Dear Applicant, As a potential participant for one of the UNOSDP Youth Leadership Camps taking place in Berlin, Germany (20-30 March 2014), Florida, U.S.A (07-20 June, 2014) and Gwangju, Republic of Korea (10-20
Written by David Ramzan. St George's Park and the Wembley Style Pitch As a Level 2 FA football coach, mainly working with children and young adults with special needs and disabilities, I had the opportunity to go along to the
The Man-The Game-The War. Walter Tull http://www.crossingthewhiteline.com National Children's Football Alliance is supporting the campaign to "Award Walter Tull his posthumous Military Cross". The first ever black professional outfield footballer in Britain is one of the most important historical heroes to
NCFA's Paul Cooper (PC) chats to Eric Kershaw (EK) (pictured above) of the NCYL FA snub for Volunteers claims the NCYL website. At the NCFA we believe that all voices in the children's game deserve to be heard whether we agree with it or not.
Mark Carter (Director, Ministry of Football) ministry-of-football.com I believe that the fundamental set-up for children's football is wrong. It is wrong for the children it is meant to develop, it is wrong for the families of football-mad children, and it is wrong for