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Key statistics
555,067
participants played football at Facilities Scheme projects
19,628
new football players due to
the GtG projects in 2011-12
15,538
participants expected to play
sport each week at the five
sites funded to date
3,322
courses completed by
volunteers through GtG
funding in 2011-12
£46
is the average cost for each
new player
63,702
qualifications gained from 6,582 courses held at Foundation-
funded sites in 2011-12
The Football Foundation’s Facilities Scheme
The Football Foundation’s Grow the Game
(GtG) Scheme
The Premier League Community Facility Fund (PLCFF)
people played sport each week at Facilities Scheme sites in 2011-12
741,801
new teams created through
GTG projects in 2011-12
1,279
is the number of times participation is
expected to increase by at PLCFF sites
3.5
partnership funding leveraged by the
PLCFF, which accounts for 82% of the
total project cost
£7.5m
8.8%
increase in participation at all
Facilities Scheme sites during
season 2011-12
7.3%
increase in football players at
Facilities Scheme sites (SPI
target was 5%)
13.3%
increase in the number of
participants taking part in
multi-sport activity (SPI target
was 5%)
85.6%
of projects meeting or
exceeding development
expectations (SPI target
was 90%)
32%
increase in the number of
players as a result of ASA
intervention at 37 sites
18%
additional income generated
per week as a result of ASA
intervention
100%
of all London Boroughs have received at least one
project funded through the MoL:FF (SPI target
was 100%)
14,060
participants at MoL:FF sites each week during 2012
Mayor of London: Facility Fund (MoL:FF)
of people playing at MoL:FF
sites who were previously
categorised as ‘inactive’ (SPI
target was 5%)
13.5%
of partnership funding
leveraged through MoL:FF (SPI
target was £11.5m)
£34.6m
26,185
participants played sport at Barclays Spaces for Sports
flagship sites each week during season 2011-12
Barclays Spaces for Sports
people gained qualifications as
a result of 188 courses being
delivered at Barclays Spaces
for Sports flagship sites
2,258
£351,000
awarded though the Barclays Sustainability Fund,
with an additional £208,125 leveraged through
partnership funding
increase in participants due to
ASA intervention, resulting in
3,848 additional participants
at Barclays Spaces for Sports
flagship sites
29.8%
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