What is a better way of improving the grassroots-level football than asking the stakeholders to voice their opinions through surveys?
The Surrey County FA brings the same opportunity for the players and coaches of the football workforce to have their say on the future of the grassroots game.
Subjects such as the FA’s work at a local level and the highly publicized Respect program are open for discussion at the FA’s Big Grassroots Football Survey.
The survey can be acccessed at www.critical.co.uk/cfasurvey and it will be available until 31st March 2011.
Ray Ward, County Secretary of the Surrey County FA, said:
“Our football workforce has shaped the FA’s National Game Strategy which resulted in a four year investment worth £220m across the country from the Football Association.
“Last year, 70% of out stakeholders thought we were doing a good job of promoting and developing the grassroots game in the county. Once again, we’re looking for the voice of local football people to tell us how we’re doing, also importantly, we want to know what people involved in the game think still needs to be done to keep the grassroots game heading in a positive direction.
It is crucial that stakeholders take part in the survey.”