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Football is enjoyed by millions of people every week and the football association is committed to developing the game at all levels to, ensure as many people as possible have the opportunity to play.
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Football is enjoyed by millions of people every week and the football association is committed to developing the game at all levels to, ensure as many people as possible have the opportunity to play. There are currently:
-3 million participants
-40 000 registered clubs
-2 200 leagues
-11 500 registered coaches
The football association has put a wide range of initiatives in place to help establish the development of the game at grass roots level through the National game division (established in 2000.)
National League System
England probably has the most competitive league structure anywhere in world football, with around 40 000 clubs in 2 200 leagues. The national league system describes the structure of the competitions below Football league level. This includes relegation and promotion ensuring clubs can progress (if they are good enough) from the lowest local league to the Football League. A key function identified by the F.A. is to support the development of the National League System is the provision of support for development of the administrative capabilities of leagues and clubs. £12 million is being invested to improve this.
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