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OUR DECISION-MAKING BODIES
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TWEETS
Henry Winter
@henrywinter
Football Foundation does such fantastic
work. Stuar t Pearce now opening a 3G pitch
funded by £217k FF grant at Netherton United
Peterborough.
Andrew Stephenson MP
@Andrew4Pendle
Delighted to hear that @FootballFoundtn
have awarded Pendle Forest Sports Club
a grant of £49,601 #Fence #Pendle
http://www.pendleforest.com.
The FA
@FA
See how our investment through @FootballFoundtn
is improving the grassroots in @Manchester_FA and
across the country: http://bit.ly/XmVD3i.
Matthew Davis
@mdavisMEN
Premier League given 350k to project MUFC
Foundation, EPL, Football Foundation, Council,
Stretford High School, Leisure Trust are partners.
Stuart Allen
@MiddxFACDM
New 9v9 goals delivered to NPL in Teddington
just in time for the new season thanks to @
FA & @FootballFoundtn funding. pic.twitter.
com/27uU3KQT.
The Football Foundation’s Board of Trustees
Our Board has six Trustees appointed by our funding par tners, along with an
Independent Chairman:
Gary Hoffman (Independent
Chairman)
Roger Burden (The FA)
The Rt Hon Richard Caborn
(Government)
Jonathan Hall (The FA)
Peter McCormick OBE (Premier League)
Richard Scudamore (Premier League)
Phil Smith (Sport England)
The FSIF Board
Peter McCormick OBE (Chairman)
Jonathan Hall (The FA)
Richard Scudamore (Premier League)
The FSIF Safety
Improvement Panel
The FSIF Safety Improvement Panel (SIP) assesses
applications for FSIF grants over £20,000.This
panel is made up of the following people:
David Dent (Independent Chairman)
Ross Christie (Premier League)
Bob Knowles (Independent member)
Jack Pearce (FA National Game Board member)
Mark Pover (The FA)
Keith Sears (Spor ts Ground Safety Authority)
The Football Foundation’s Facilities
Assessment Panel
Tarun Kapur CBE
(Independent Chairman)
Tim Cantle-Jones (Independent member)
Dan Johnson (Premier League)
Peter Kay (The FA)
Bob Knowles (Independent member)
Sharon Louth (Independent member)
Nick Noble (Premier League)
Mark Pover (The FA)
BrianWhaley (Sport England)
The Facilities Assessment Panel (FAP) assesses applications for facilities grants over
£100,000.This panel is made up of the following people:
Premier League Community Facility Fund
Mick Dennis (Independent
Chairman)
Steve Bradshaw (Independent member)
Ross Christie (Premier League)
Peter Kay (The FA)
Bob Knowles (Independent member)
Steve Martin (Premier League)
The Premier League Community Facility Fund (PLCFF) provides £6m per year
to develop public facilities aligned to professional club community-led inclusion
schemes which increase sports participation and physical activity in deprived, inner
city areas.The decision making panel is made up of the following people:
The Football Stadia
Improvement Fund
The Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF)
is a non-charitable partner organisation of the
Foundation that provides grants to football
clubs to improve their stadium facilities for
the comfor t and safety of spectators, players
and officials.
The Safety Improvement Panel (SIP) has
‘delegated authority’ from the FSIF Board to
award grants of up to £250,000. Above that
amount, the application is considered by SIP
and a recommendation made to the FSIF
Board who make the final decision.
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