Get into Volunteering with Oxfordshire FA

Get into Volunteering

​Make a difference in your local community

Reasons to Volunteer

Football in Oxfordshire wouldn't exist without the thousands of volunteers who give up their time each and every week to support the grassroots game. 

A football club or league is about more than just the players on the pitch. Here's just some of the benefits from becoming a football volunteer:  

  • Gaining experience in a certain area
  • Personal development
  • Chance to network
  • Giving back to your local community
  • Gaining a qualification, and much much more
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Reasons to Volunteer

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Frequently asked questions about Volunteering

If you’re new to volunteering, many other people within your club or league will be on hand to support you and help you out. Additionally, if you need further support, Oxfordshire FA are on hand to help.
Some roles can be carried out with as little as an hour a week, so there’s definitely a role out there for you!
The only roles where there is a requirement for qualifications are where there is constant contact with youth players (Under 18 and below), such as coach, manager, physio and welfare officer.
Have a look at our role descriptions page.
Volunteers can be as young as 12 when young leaders can complete the Junior Football Leaders course.

Get In Touch

By Phone: 01993 894405
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email: Development@OxfordshireFA.com

The FA Respect

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The FA's Respect programme provides a series of tools for leagues, clubs, coaches, players and parents from grassroots to elite football - to help ensure a safe, positive environment in which to play the game.