Chinnor Pavilion Opening - March 2016
Chinnor Pavilion Opening - March 2016
Chinnor Pavilion Opening - March 2016
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Developing the game takes money and help is at hand from a range of funding pots. Whether you are looking to start new teams, retain existing ones, develop coaches, purchase equipment, renovate facilities or develop new ones there are a number of local, regional and national opportunities out there including support from Oxfordshire FA.

OFA GrantFinder

Following feedback from our 2015 strategy consultation we have created a GrantFinder guide to support our clubs, leagues and delivery partners to access investment.

As the game changes, costs increase and volunteer time is at a premium we are fully aware that accessing funding is an increasing challenge for our members. To support this we have produced an easy to use, interactive funding guide containing 46 different funding schemes and grants that are available to football.

To access the guide click here


OFA Small Grants Fund

The Oxfordshire FA Small Grant Fund is administered by the OFA Development Committee and provides grants of up to £1,000 for up to 50% of a project’s total cost to our member clubs and leagues.

The Small Grants Partnership Fund is now fully allocated for 2016/17 and will re-open for applications in April 2017.


Charter Standard Team Development Fund

The Charter Standard Team Development Fund is in place to support the development of new teams within member clubs who are Charter Standard.

Funding will be given to teams within our priority areas:

• Female Football (all age groups)
• Disability Football (all age groups)
• Male Football (U12+ age groups)

The Charter Standard Team Development Fund is currently closed to applications for the 2016-17 season


OFA Ray Mills Trust Fund

The Trust Fund was set up in memory of Ray Mills, a past Chairman, Director and Vice President of the Oxfordshire Football Association of which he served over 25 years. The purpose of the Trust Fund is to encourage youngsters (boys/girls) aged between 16 and 19, who belong to Oxfordshire FA affiliated clubs/leagues for Coaching Course Bursaries to help provide quality coaching to players with Youth teams (boys/girls).

Also available are Bursaries towards the cost of Referee Courses for boys and/or girls aged between 14 and 19, living within the Oxfordshire FA boundaries, which cover the Local Authorities – Cherwell, Oxford City, South Oxfordshire and West Oxfordshire.

For further details and how to apply, please download the application form here

For further information on any of the elements listed on this page please contact The OFA Football Development Team on 01993 894406

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