2012 Grass Roots Football Show & FA Agree Major Partnership

By Community | March 1, 2012

Europe’s biggest grass roots football show has announced a landmark partnership with The Football Association (FA). 

The 2012 Grass Roots Football Show, mind which will take place at the NEC in Birmingham in May, medstore will be supported by The FA. 

The FA Zone at the show will be packed full of fun, interactive football activities for all the family and in recognition to the great grass roots support of FA Standard Chartered clubs and FA qualified coaches, The Grass Roots Football Show will be offering discounted entry to all three days of the event. 

Joanna Burns, Director of The Grass Roots Football Show, said; “We are delighted to announce the partnership with The FA. 

“This is a vital building block in the architecture of the 2012 show and we are looking forward to working with The FA and their community partners to deliver the most exciting Grass Roots Football Show yet. 

“Engagement with The FA Charter Standard clubs is a vital component to the show moving forward and we are looking forward to welcoming even more of them on board this year. 

“With St. George’s Park, The FA’s new inspirational home of football development, less than 30 miles away from the NEC we hope The Grass Roots Football Show with be a perfect showcase for their plans.” 

Peter Ackerley, The FA Senior National Game Development Manager commented: “The FA is delighted to be supporting The Grass Roots Show 2012 in what is a particularly exciting year for grassroots football in this country. 

“The FA and our partners are here to develop football for everyone and as such The Grass Roots Show is a great chance to show everyone the many ways they can get involved in our national game.” 

The Grass Roots Football Show 2012 is the biggest football event of its kind in Europe and takes place at the NEC in Birmingham between 25th and 27th May. 

Buy one ticket and receive another absolutely free until the end of March!! 

Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £6 for under 16’s.

by Ismail Uddin