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Football Foundation Briefing - January 2015

Football Foundation Quarterly Briefing - January 2015

Date published: 22/01/2015

Quarterly Briefing from the Football Foundation

£1.24bn of grassroots projects supported since 2000

Please find our January 2015 investment briefing below, for your interest.

This details the total funding invested into the grassroots through the Football Foundation since 2000 by its core funding partners (the Premier League, The FA, and the Government via Sport England, on whose behalf we deliver the Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund) and other CSR partners, such as Barclays and the Mayor of London/GLA. We have awarded nearly 13,000 grants worth £513m towards grassroots projects, attracting a further £728m in partnership funding, totalling more than £1.24bn of investment into community sport since 2000.

We have broken down how this investment translates into facilities on the ground, and it is also broken down by County FA region (with whom we work closely to deliver the investment.)

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