Sol Campbell to join England U21 staff in FA diversity drive

Sol Campbell among group of black and ethnic minority coaches called up to work with England as FA look to increase diversity in national teams. The FA have fulfilled a commitment to increase the diversity of their coaching set-up and, as reported by The Times, four big names are on their way to St George’s Park. Campbell, former Wolves boss … Read More

FA Plans for Diversity

Pursuit in Progress is the associations new plan to improve equality, diversity and inclusion in football. The Football Association has announced its new three year equality, diversity and inclusion plan called In Pursuit of Progress. The new plan is part of The FA’s commitment, announced in January, to ensure the diversity of those leading and governing football better reflects what … Read More

England work placements for BAME coaches

Black, Asian and minority ethnic coaches (BAME) will be offered work placements with senior England teams to help increase diversity in football. It is one of the measures outlined by the Football Association in a new equality action plan. The FA said in January it was working on plans to increase equality in the organisation and the wider sport. “We … Read More

The Entire England Squad Donate Their World Cup Fees To Charity

The England Footballers’ Foundation was set up by a players’ committee in 2007 and has since raised over £5million Indeed, it is something which England’s national side has, as a collective, done for over a decade, through the England Footballers Foundation. The EFF was established by the players’ committee back in 2007, led by captain David Beckham and including the … Read More

England’s diverse World Cup team is something to celebrate

England kicked off their World Cup campaign  by putting their faith in youth as they took on Tunisia and won the game by 2 goals to nil with a late winner from the captain, Harry Kane. Gareth Southgate’s squad have the lowest average age and the fewest caps won of any of the 32 teams at the tournament. Only three of … Read More