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Dates for next FA Level 1 course

The FA Level 1 in Coaching Football is the first stepping-stone on the core coaching pathway. It provides learners with an introduction to coaching the game and working with players from under 7 to open age.  You will gain an insight into the game in England, how it is played and how you can coach to better support the development of future players.

We will be hosting the course again on the following dates:

07/04/19, 14/04/19, 28/04/19, 05/05/19 & 12/05/19.

If you are interested in attending please email

Parm Gill wins 2018 UEFA Grass Roots Award

The 2018 UEFA Grassroots Award for Best Leader has gone to our very own Parm Gill!

The UEFA Grassroots Awards have been run annually since 2010, and invite national associations around Europe to put forward candidates in the following categories: Best Leader, Best Club and Best Project. The awards reward excellence in the grassroots field – viewed by UEFA as essential to nurturing football’s overall good health.

The criteria behind the Best Leader category, won by Parm, entail finding a person who actively works with a club or who has initiated, started or built up a club.

Click here to read the full article and video on the UEFA website.

Presentation Evening 2018 Awards!


Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Guru Nanak FC Annual Awards 2018 at Elite Venue on 3rd June. More than 200 attendees came to support and celebrate the phenomenal work that goes on in Guru Nanak FC every season and watched every team received awards in some tremendously competitive categories.  To check out which awards go to which players go to and click the trophies to see.

Manager’s Player of the Year

Player’s Player of the Year

Most Improved Player of the Year

Sportsman of the Year

Top Goal Scorer

Furthermore, awards for South East County Ladies Most League Man of the Match went to Rammy Mann, Best Fair Play Award went to Guru Nanak Ladies and League Player of the Season went to Eisha Atwal.