The London FA Youth Council is about providing a voice for young people across the county, whilst providing experiences and personal development opportunities which will benefit their future careers.
The Youth Council is made up of young people between the ages of 16 and 24, who passionately involve themselves within the grassroots football community, whether that is as a player, coach, referee, volunteer or fan.
Being a member of the Youth Council also provides opportunities to support the County FA. Examples include helping out at our County Cup finals, running workshops and helping with to run the London FA’s social media.
Role of the London FA Youth Council
- Youth Strategy – To support the London FA with their strategy on youth football, and help grow young people’s participation in the game;
- Youth Representation – To provide a voice for young people on football in London and influence London FA decision making;
- Youth Volunteers – To lead initiatives that benefit young people in football across London, encourage youth volunteering and to support London FA events/programmes;
- Youth Development – To support the upskilling of young people to enhance the future football workforce.
If you are interest in finding out more information about the Youth Council, or interested in building a partnership with the Youth Council, get in touch via the details above.