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football is possible for all people no matter what situations you are in. LOCAL AND NATIONAL PROVISION The sport that I will be looking at is football. The national governing body for football is FA. The Football Association (The FA) is the governing body of football in England the FA governs all professional football clubs in England. The FA was founded in 1863 as the governing body of the game in England. The FA is responsible for all regulatory aspects of the game of football in England. The FA runs many grassroots development courses. The most recognised is there courses which help you become a qualified FA coach. There are different levels and you have to work your self up to get the top FA coaching badge. THE FOUR STEPS TO BECOMING A TOP COACH Lions FC Clubs are for young people aged 5-11 years old. They offer regular fun football sessions throughout the year for all abilities that are keen to get into Football meet new friends, learn new skills and above all have FUN. The sessions are run by FA qualified coaches who have undertaken child protection training, first aid and are CRB checked to ensure your children are in a safe environment to learn new athletic and football skills and have fun as part of The FA Football Development Programme. ...read more.

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They would then be playing in matches within the team in training. This would not be a tedious session as it will not be competitive, but it will be enjoyable. This is the stage where the player learns basic skills and puts them into practice to become a better player. At this stage the coach will be crucial in provide feedback to the player on what there doing good and how they can improve. After this the player should be involved in competitive matches and train in the environment they'll be playing for the season t adapt well. Then from this the player may be chosen to represent their district team. This will improve them even more as they'll be playing with players with the same capability as them. Also there will be competition in the team to get in the starting line up; his will lead the player to work and train hard to get into the team. This will lead to them gaining more skills and all aspects of the game will improve much more then before. If the player is lucky they may be scouted by a professional team and will be asked to play for them. ...read more.

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Leisure centres in Newham have special sessions where disabled people have time to there selves to practice football and other sports. To conclude every male female and disables participants have the opportunity to become elite athlete because of all the schemes run by the different agencies and all the facilities to participate in. football is growing fast all around the world no matter what your status, poor or rich. Everyone can enjoy this sport no matter if you're just kicking the ball around or playing at the top level in clubs. The provisions for those who are interested in football are very wide spread and it doesn't matter of race, gender or ethnic background it is possible for every one of all ages to get into football whether it is on a national or local level. You just have to be determined and carry on striving no matter what in order to achieve it. The FA has many provisions for males and females to get into football. There are also provisions for disabled people further supporting my analysis that football is possible for all people no matter what situation you are in. REFRENCE http://www.thefa.com/GrassrootsNew/Coach/Postings/CoachingPathway http://www.answers.com/topic/the-football-association?cat=technology http://www.footballfoundation.org.uk/our-schemes/kickz/delivering-kickz/ http://www.whufc.com/page/Community/0,,12562~1149993,00.html http://www.thames-gateway.org.uk/projects-content.asp?id=19 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/England_women's_national_football_team ?? ?? ?? ?? Masnun Sidddiqui Sports studies coursework 2 SID06033179 1 ...read more.

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