Sports Minister Tracey Crouch and Sport England Chairman, Nick Bitel have joined FA Chief Executive Martin Glenn and Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Councillor Denise Fox to officially open the country's first Parklife grassroots football hub at Graves in ... Sheffield City Council, 1 month ago
Sports governing bodies could lose funding if diversity does not improve - WeAreTheCity, 1 month ago
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British Cycling has benefited from the funds, earning unprecedented success in recent Olympics, with Katie Archibald, Laura Kenny, Elinor Barker and Joanna Rowsell-Shand among the gold medallists in Rio Sporting governing bodies must bring in more ...BBC, 1 month ago
National governing bodies that receive more than £1m (US$1.2m, €1.1m) of public money over a set cycle such as the Football Association (FA) and Rugby Football Union (RFU) will lose their funding if they fail to adequately diversify their ...Leisure Week, 1 month ago
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The first of the new Parklife grassroots football hubs in England will be unveiled in Sheffield today (Wednesday). FA chief executive Martin Glenn will be joined by Sports Minister Tracey Crouch, Sport England chairman Nick Bitel and Lord Mayor ...Turf Business, 1 month ago Southgate's Parklife pride TheFA.com, 1 month ago Sheffield's Parklife launch TheFA.com, 1 month ago
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