The Cornwall FA recognise and values the volunteers that keep the game running at all levels on a day to day basis, which is why we have our FA Community Awards.

Introduction

Football could not run without the volunteers who take on the roles within clubs, leagues and schools they are the backbone of football. If you are a volunteer then without your time, dedication and commitment that you and many others show and give for our Cornwall FA then the clubs and leagues would not exist.

 

The FA Community Awards

The FA & McDonald's Community Awards aim to recognise and reward grassroots clubs, coaches and volunteers across the country. McDonald’s is the official partner for the Awards and invests many resources into helping grassroots clubs in football.

The FA Community Awards for the 2013/14 Season have already been awarded. Please keep an eye on our website for further information on the 2014/15 Awards coming soon! 

The FA Groundsman of the Year Award

The FA’s Groundsman of the Year is now in its 13th year. The Award was set up to recognise the contribution of these unsung heroes of the grassroots game and encourage the development of groundsmanship. The Groundsman of the year has already been awarded but look out for next years nomination instructions coming soon. 

The Cornwall FA Long Service Award

The very special FA Awards for 50 years' service to football has been given to four football volunteers from one club in West Cornwall. The club, Penryn Athletic was formed in October 1963. The enthusiasm and efforts of Anthony Retallack, Peter Young and Mike Young have been recognised and a club presentation was held at the Kernick Road Clubhouse in October 2013.

Anthony, Peter and Mike have been there from the beginning and are considered as the founders of the club. The club started off with not even a pitch but with commitment and passion the club has given many the chance of playing football and will continue to provide the opportunity.

Cornwall Sports Awards

The Cornwall Sports Award annual event was held in November 2013. The awards evening greeted over 200 people from Cornwall who give up their time and commit to being a volunteer, coach, club, officials and many others.

Terry Williams, Cornwall Football Association previous Board and Council Member won Lifetime Services to Sport

Rose Pannell-Hitchens from Illogan RBL Ladies Football Club won Community Volunteer of the Year U25.

St Agnes Athletic Football Club won 2013 Club of the Year

A massive congratulations to the above committed and worthy winners. The Cornwall Sports Award 2014 applications will re-open in the Autumn 2014.

FA Respect Award 2014

Cornwall FA is delighted to support the sixth year of the FA Respect and Fair Play Awards. The application process for the The FA's Respect & Fair Play Awards 2014/2015 is not yet open for entry, please come back soon to find out more information.

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