The FA have offered players, coaches and referees up and down the country the chance to have their opinion about the grassroots game in their annual online survey.
The survey, now in its third year, allows those involved at grassroots level to say what they think about the way their County FA runs the game, the services it provides and how it is implementing some of the key central initiatives, such as the highly publicised Respect programme.
Ian Watmore, The FA’s Chief Executive, said: “As we move into the third year of the National Game Strategy, which has seen a £200m investment into the grassroots game through the County FA network, The FA is committed to helping County FAs meet these targets. The annual survey is vital to ensure that we remain on track, and, by listening to the thousands of players and volunteers, it allows us to understand whether we are meeting expectations and whether we are getting it right.”
There are also prizes to be won including a signed England shirt, tickets to an England match at Wembley Stadium and £200 to spend at the online England store. The deadline for responses is 14 February 2010. To take part in the online survey, click here.