To strengthen the infrastructure of sport in Tayside & Fife, to bring sustainable increases in participation and performance for our developing athletes.
Forfar Farmington LFC was the first girls and womens club to be awarded the SFA Quality Mark Standard Award on Sunday Night. The Club was established 1984, currently cater for more than 150 female players... Read more click here.
The Scottish Football Association Quality Mark programme will assist Clubs with their development and planning for the future. It is hoped that clubs can be encouraged to sign up to this programme and with assistance being provided at a local and regional level to support them through this process.
Dundee Football Development Officer, Kevin Lee, was delighted to present representatives of Broughty United FC and Craigiebarns FC with new team packs for the two girls and one boys team that the clubs will create as a result of the SFA McDonald’s Programme. Read more click here.
Forfar Farmington’s Colin Brown was recognised at the Sunday Mail / McDonalds Grassroots Awards dinner held at the Scottish National Stadium in Glasgow in January. Read more click here.
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