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Football Foundation Annual Review out now
It's that time again! Read as we take a look back at a record breaking year for community football in our 2018 Annual Review. Set over 32 pages, the review shines a spotlight on the tangible impact of Premier League, The FA and DCMS investment, highlighting some fantastic facts, stats and case studies from projects across the country. 
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Southgate supports Respect with new handbook
His trickiest press conference yet? Earlier this month, England Manager Gareth Southgate was interrogated by a group of school children as he launched The FA's 'We Only Do Positive' handbook. The Football Foundation Ambassador led the contributions to the handbook which focus on his own five positive principles of coaching.
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FSIF Annual Review released
The antecedent of the Football Trust, which was launched in 1990 in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster, the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) awards grants to ensure football stadia at the lower end of the football pyramid is safe and comfortable for all supporters. Funded solely by the Premier League, the FSIF has continued to lead the way over the past 12 months and we've summarised all the excellent work of the fund in our 2018 Annual Review. 
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Their players haven't had access to any facilities for the last 10 years, but thanks to a £379,385 grant from the Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund, Watford based Everett Rovers FC can now offer their players and local community access to a new clubhouse which includes: two team changing rooms, a clubroom, kitchen, servery storage area and toilets. 
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Earlier this month, we were joined by Burton Albion FC duo, Ben Fox and Jake Buxton to unveil an artificial grass pitch at local school, Pingle Academy. As well as being on hand to answer questions from students, the pair also faced the Football Foundation cameras to discuss their fellow Burton teammates. 

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Created by Turner Prize-winning artist, Mark Wallinger, the #OneWorld campaign celebrates the centenary of the end of the First World War through the unique creation of a bespoke football. In support of the campaign, we helped distribute a number of balls to Football Foundation projects and have selected some of our favourites below. 
Probably one of the cleanest crossbar challenges you'll ever see. Students from Laurence Jackson school pulled off this fantastic effort using their #OneWorld football. 
From a crossbar challenge to a different test of accuracy. Check out this video from Wycombe Wanderers sports and education trust who challenge soccer school students to try and hit the One World football. Watch to find out if any manage it. 
Now this is a must watch. Why kick the ball at the crossbar when you can do a front roll and launch it from behind your head instead? Bravo St Agnes AFC Dynamos Girls, bravo...
More skill on show here as Sheffield United Community Trust's year 13 students put the ball to work in their small sided tournament. 
For their One World commemoration video, the Peterborough United Foundation stuck their club mascot in goal and asked a young fan to try and score a penalty (using the one world ball) past him. 
Looking for a role in football? Check out our selection of the latest football-related vacancies — including two new roles at the Football Foundation:

Football Foundation — Insight Support Officer 
Football Foundation —  HR Manager
Fulham FC — Marketing Manager 
Staffordshire FA — Football Participation Officer

Stevenage FC Commercial Manager 
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