The FA and McDonald's Grassroots Football awards are back!
Cornwall FA will be celebrating those people, clubs and leagues who make a positive difference across our communities. This is our chance to celebrate work that goes into the grassroots game – and say a big thank you to the incredible volunteers who inspire us to make the football better For All.
Nominate your Grassroots hero now!
Nominations are open from Friday 5th April until Friday 10th May 2019. Anyone can make a nomination. Individuals should be nominated by someone else (not themselves), while anyone can nominate their own club and/or league.
To make a nomination visit www.thefa.com/mcdonaldsgrassrootsawards
The awards are split into 10 categories;
- Grassroots Coach of the Year
- Grassroots Supporter of the Year
- Grounds Team of the Year
- Grassroots Club of the Year
- Volunteer of the Year
- Rising Star of the Year
- We Only Do Positive Respect
- Grassroots Project of the Year
- Grassroots Match Official of the Year
- Grassroots League of the Year
Nominate your grassroots hero now! Visit www.thefa.com/mcdonaldsgrassrootsawards
As part of the 2019 awards we are also welcoming nominations for two of our own awards;
- Football Administrator of the Year
- Outstanding services to Cornish football
The Club administrator is for those Chairperson, Secretaries, Treasurers and any other administrator who keep the club running, making sure the paperwork is up to date, players are registered, the club is affiliated and all the other jobs that can be taken for granted.
The Outstanding service to Cornish Football could be anybody who is involved in the game in Cornwall, someone who you think has gone above and beyond over the years and does it without fanfare, without fuss and just for the love of the game, that person who probably doesn't realise how valued and appreciated they are.
To nominate someone for either of these awards please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the person you wish to nominate and a reason for the nomination with as much detail as possible.
The categories for this year’s awards are chosen to reflect the diversity of our football communities and the positive impact of football.
The FA’s Progressive, Respectful, Inclusive, Determined, and Excellent, values and behaviours are the backbone of The FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards. We’re looking for people who make these values part of clubs, leagues and local communities.
When making a nomination think about how you can evidence the difference and impact on those around them. You can see more about the award criteria at